Review: Sniper Elite 4

Review: Sniper Elite 4

Review: Sniper Elite 4 Right on the mark ; Ever since Sniper Elite V2, the series has always had an interesting blend of schlocky gore and overly macho characters and tense, thoughtful sneaking. Finding the perfect spot to wait for the perfect moment to strike is...
Review: A Normal Lost Phone

Review: A Normal Lost Phone

Review: A Normal Lost Phone An experience of conflicted execution. ; When I first played a demo for A Normal Lost Phone back at EGX 2016, I blew through the demo far faster than anyone else the developer had watched play it. The fact I was able to do so is both a...
Review: Fire Emblem Heroes

Review: Fire Emblem Heroes

Review: Fire Emblem Heroes A smart adaptation for a divided audience. ; Fire Emblem Heroes has been my most anticipated Nintendo-published mobile app in a while, primarily out of interest in seeing what it said about its view of mobile as a platform for traditional...
Review: Dishonored 2

Review: Dishonored 2

Review: Dishonored 2 Chaos theory ; I fell hard for Dunwall. Huddled in the shadows of dank street corners, watching as rats scuttle across cobbles and the city’s sick, dying and dead lie unceremoniously dumped along the gutters, 2012’s Dishonored unfolded before me...
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