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Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Review – A Flawed Port but Great Nonetheless

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round
Team Ninja

I’ve been playing the Dead or Alive series since way back in 1996, when its first incarnation graced me and my gaming buddies. 1,335 more words


Carmageddon: Max Damage Review – An Attempted Love Letter from 1997 Lost in the Mail

Carmageddon: Max Damage
Stainless Games

The year: 1997. What can I say? It was a golden year forever etched in my younger gamer’s data banks. Any of you fellow gamers who were playing video games back then may have remembered it as well, most likely as fondly as I. 1,083 more words


Dead by Daylight Review – Good Concept in Search of a Good Game

Dead by Daylight
Behaviour Interactive

I actually came across Dead by Daylight by accident. As a filmmaker, I was doing some research in order to see if anyone had made any decent horror video games based off of horror films. 1,233 more words


Breached Review – Interesting Premise, Bad Execution

Drama Drifters

“That’s it?” I said as I pushed my chair back and away from my gaming PC and literally scratched my head.

That was my reaction a few days ago upon completing… 1,202 more words


Rust Review – A Rage-Quitter’s Paradise

Facepunch Studios

As I stated in another recent review, I’ve experienced my share of lackluster games as of late. I’ve had time to reflect on this for a while now, and I still can’t seem to wrap my head around what’s at the heart of the issue. 1,344 more words


The Technomancer Review – Interesting Setting & Technical Pitfalls

The Technomancer
Spiders Studio

It’s strange—it seems as though lately, I’ve been running into a lot of games that feature really interesting backstories, but fail to pull the trigger when it comes to translating their narratives over into the digital realm. 1,231 more words


Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Review – Only the Patient Need Apply

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
Frogwares/Bigben Interactive

Having recently played and reviewed the dreadful zombie-splattering offering, Capcom’s Umbrella Corps, I hungered for a completely different gaming experience. 1,085 more words