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Blair Witch Review: Waking The Witch

The immediate and justified response to a Blair Witch game was one of skepticism. Here was a tie-in video game to a film franchise that changed the face of horror, only to quickly lose its footing and...

Control Review: Good, But Not Weird Enough

Control is a third-person shooter from Finnish game studio, Remedy Entertainment. Control is a sci-fi, horror-lite game that fits in with the studio's previous two titles Alan Wake and Quantum Break a...

Gears POP! Review: The Year Of Gears

2019 is dubbed “The Year of Gears.” Microsoft is slated to deliver a number of Gears-related games and comics this year, all in support of September’s Gears 5 release. Stepping up to the plate earlier...

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Fez Review: A Hat In Space

It would be easy to write off Fez as a game that clings to a single gimmick throughout its runtime in order to distract from the fact that it's just a regular platformer, but there is so much more goi...

Wreckfest PS4 Review: Console Carnage

As someone who is not necessarily drawn to the genre of racing games - most likely due to the fact that I’m just not very good at them - any games with racing features are, by default, compared to the...

RAD Review: Functionally Radical

Double Fine Games, the developers behind titles like Broken Age, Psychonauts, and Brütal Legend have created RAD. It's 3D action game that takes some elements from dungeon crawlers like Rogue. The gam...

Superhot Switch Review: Slow-Mo On The Go

When Superhot came out 3 years ago, it was one of the most fresh and innovative takes on the FPS genre in quite some time. A game where your movement was what sped time up - basically turning you into...

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