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Watch Dogs Review

Watch Dogs made a big impression when it burst onto the scene at E3 in 2012. Taking control of a city by way of hacking sounded awesome and the graphics shown in the E3 demo were gorgeous. Everyone believed this game was bound to be the next great open world title. With so much hype Watch Dogs had a lot […]

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

Licensed video games never seem to pan out. For whatever reason the final product turns out be highly disappointing. The challenge of creating a video game that manages to capture the essence of the show, comic or movie and at the same time be enjoyable to play is a challenge very few developers have managed to accomplish. But somehow South […]

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

In today’s video game industry it takes a very large leap of faith to produce a new non-first person shooter IP. As of late the industry has become so diluted by sequels and first person shooters that it has become a rarity for a company to invest into an original title. Namco and Ninja Theory did just that with their […]

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review

The JRPG genre has been lacking in triple-a titles as of late. Once a dominant genre with the likes of Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger and Phantasy Star constantly pumping out great titles, the genre has hit a low point over the last few years. Many fans of the genre had put high expectations into Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the […]

Journey Review

You are a traveler; you have no name you don’t know where you came from, who you are or why you are here. You are crossing through a gorgeous desert with a stranger you don’t know anything about or have any way to communicate with but you have one goal, to reach the top of a mountain in the far […]