Review: The Division: Last Stand

Review: The Division: Last Stand

Review: The Division: Last Stand Cracks in the foundation ; Instanced, competitive multiplayer has been one of the most highly requested features for The Division since it launched last March. The Dark Zone’s player vs. player vs. environment structure was intriguing,...
Review: Roccat Suora

Review: Roccat Suora

Review: Roccat Suora Is there such a thing as too minimalist? ; Update: Since this review went up, Roccat has released an LED-lit model called the Roccat Suora FX. It is functionally the exact same as the original Suora, but now features high-quality configurable...
Review: Horizon: Zero Dawn

Review: Horizon: Zero Dawn

Review: Horizon: Zero Dawn A stunning experience I struggle to fault ; While I’ve always been able to see the quality of the titles Guerrilla Games has developed, I’m going to honest upfront that their games have just never been my cup of tea. The Killzone...
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: Ladykiller in a Bind

Review: Ladykiller in a Bind

Review: Ladykiller in a Bind Consent questions and sexy queer ladies Ladykiller in a Bind is a fantastically written visual novel about queer romance and consent dynamics… which fails to ever address its most core discussion of romantic and sexual consent....
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