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The Outer Worlds Review – Over The Moon

The Outer Worlds Review – Over The MoonThe Outer Worlds plays just like a Fallout game. That’s a pretty tepid description and an obvious comparison. It’s easy to take one look at the game, which strongly echoes the mechanical form of the Bethesda RPGs, and think you know what to expect. The developer, Obsidian Entertainment, was responsible for the cult-favorite Fallout: New... Read More »

The Outer Worlds Review – Sharp Space Western

The Outer Worlds Review – Sharp Space WesternThe Outer Worlds plays just like a Fallout game. That’s a pretty tepid description and an obvious comparison. It’s easy to take one look at the game, which strongly echoes the mechanical form of the Bethesda RPGs, and think you know what to expect. The developer, Obsidian Entertainment, was responsible for the cult-favorite Fallout: New... Read More »

Felix The Reaper Review – Grim Adventures

Felix The Reaper Review – Grim AdventuresFor an agent of the death, Felix is an oddly loveable goofball. He doesn’t wear a pitch-black cloak or brandish an ominous scythe, but his job is pretty much what you think it is. He inserts himself into everyday life, manipulating events from the shadows to execute a well-orchestrated plan of death. It’s grim work,... Read More »

Little Town Hero Review – Small Deck Energy

Little Town Hero Review – Small Deck EnergyLittle Town Hero, developed by Pokemon studio Game Freak, tries to do a lot with a little. Fast-traveling from the mines near its titular town to its main street, the two furthest points on the map, only saves you about a minute or so of travel time. But the game wants its small village to... Read More »

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – Wind's Howling

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – Wind's HowlingThe dichotomy of beauty and violence has always been a driving theme in The Witcher series. The Northern Realms’ gorgeous vistas are dotted with war-torn battlefields, kindness–no matter how fleeting it may be–is often juxtaposed with savagery, and even the warmest characters have a cold and calculated side to them. That neverending tug-of-war is ever-present... Read More »

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – Summon The Switches

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – Summon The SwitchesThe dichotomy of beauty and violence has always been a driving theme in The Witcher series. The Northern Realms’ gorgeous vistas are dotted with war-torn battlefields, kindness–no matter how fleeting it may be–is often juxtaposed with savagery, and even the warmest characters have a cold and calculated side to them. That neverending tug-of-war is ever-present... Read More »

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – The Wind's Howling

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – The Wind's HowlingThe dichotomy of beauty and violence has always been a driving theme in The Witcher series. The Northern Realms’ gorgeous vistas are dotted with war-torn battlefields, kindness–no matter how fleeting it may be–is often juxtaposed with savagery, and even the warmest characters have a cold and calculated side to them. That neverending tug-of-war is ever-present... Read More »

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – The Last Wish

The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – The Last WishThe dichotomy of beauty and violence has always been a driving theme in The Witcher series. The Northern Realms’ gorgeous vistas are dotted with war-torn battlefields, kindness–no matter how fleeting it may be–is often juxtaposed with savagery, and even the warmest characters have a cold and calculated side to them. That neverending tug-of-war is ever-present... Read More »

Killer Queen Black Review – 'Cause I'm Having a Good Time

Killer Queen Black Review – 'Cause I'm Having a Good TimeIf you’re fortunate enough to have a barcade in your neck of the woods, you have probably seen it: a huge, imposing pair of arcade cabinets with “Killer Queen” emblazoned on the marquee in blue and gold. Maybe you’ve even seen or played a versus session, with five players gathered around each screen attempting to... Read More »

What The Golf Review – Swing And A Hit

What The Golf Review – Swing And A HitWhat the Golf prides itself in being a golf game for people who don’t like golf. Its absolute irreverence means that, for long periods, it only resembles golf in that the controls are similar to other touch-screen golf games, especially Desert Golfing–you aim in a direction, pull your finger back to gauge your distance, and... Read More »

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