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Valkyria Revolution Review

Valkyria Revolution Review by Leif Johnson on PS4 and Xbox One.
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Darkest Dungeon: The Crimson Court Review

More blessing than curse, this DLC comes up with tough new ways to drive your team mad.
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Despicable Me 3 – Review

What did we think of Gru and his Minions’ latest romp?
Source: ING Feed

War for the Planet of the Apes – Review

What did we think of Caesar’s last stand?
Source: ING Feed

Nex Machina Review

Nex Machina reviewed by TJ Hafer on PC and PlayStation 4.
Source: ING Feed

Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit Review

Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit ReviewPublic transportation has never been my favorite part of city-building simulations. I’ve always treated it as something of a necessary evil–a hassle best dealt with by quickly laying down extra roads, bus lines, or whatever other available gimmick so that I could keep constructing the new subdivisions and industries necessary to keep my citizens healthy... Read More »

Star Trek: Bridge Crew Review

Star Trek: Bridge Crew ReviewFor better and worse, Star Trek: Bridge Crew is exactly what’s advertised–it’s a virtual-reality simulation of operating a Federation starship. For the first few moments, the sheer thrill of taking the Captain’s chair in VR, looking around you to see crew members all working away at their stations, and issuing your first commands is all... Read More »

Get Even Review

Get Even ReviewWhat if you could re-live your memories and the memories of others to see the world through their eyes? How would that make you feel about your own life decisions? Get Even, from Polish indie studio The Farm 51, tackles those questions and more. Get Even’s best element is no doubt its story. With plenty... Read More »

Nex Machina Review

Nex Machina ReviewNex Machina is a modern revamp of Robotron 2084 in all but name, and developer Housemarque even managed to collaborate with Robotron’s creator, Eugene Jarvis, to bring the high-quality homage to life. Conceptually, the two games are nearly identical, and every aspect of Nex Machina is appropriately chock-full of nostalgia; the gorgeously trippy graphics feel... Read More »

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

Michael Bay serves up another loud, brash, bot-filled slog. Source: ING... Read More »