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‘Ramboat’ Review [iOS & Android]

A good ol’ fashion mobile arcade game is hard to come by these days. Well, at least one that suits my flavor. The classic mobile games such as Jetpack Joyride or Gravity Guy were some of my favorite games to cover with its action-packed ...

Tokyo Ravens Part One Review

Tokyo Ravens Part One Studio: 8-Bit Publisher: FUNimation Format: Blu-ray/DVD Combo Release Date: April 7, 2015 Price: $64.98 – Available Here Overview Creating a story where magically gifted students attend a school to teach them how to handle ...

Evo 2015’s Tentative Pool Assignments Are Now Ready for Review

After a long day of grueling work, the organizers behind this year’s Evolution Championship Series are ready to present their first public draft of pool assignments. With around 7000 unique[...]

Halo: Spartan Strike review

Halo just shouldn’t work as a top-down, twin-stick shooter No related posts :( ...

Noir Complete Collection Blu-Ray Review

Noir Blu-Ray Complete Series Studio: Bee Train Publisher: Funimation Format: Blu-Ray Release Date:  April 14, 2015 Price: $49.99 USD – Available Here Overview Noir is an anime unlike most on the market. I’d classify it as a ...

Tales From The Borderlands: Episode 3 – Catch A Ride Review

At the very beginning of Tales From The Borderlands‘ first episode, the game’s omniscient narrator explains a little bit about narrative. While folks’ varying accounts...

Anna’s Quest Review

In recent years it seems that the growth of gaming on mobile devices has brought about a renaissance of the more simple approaches to game...

LEGO Jurassic World PS4 Review

Publisher – Warner Bros. Interactive Developer – TT Games Genre - Action Adventure Players – 1-2 Age Rating – 7+ Other console/handheld formats – Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Vita It’s been a long time since we’ve had a Jurassic Park ...

Mortal Kombat X #8 Review

DC's Mortal Kombat X prequel comic reaches a major turning point as Scorpion goes head-to-head with Havik.

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) (Wii U) Review

Despite some questionable AI, this is well worth playing.Now here’s an interesting game: developed by Upper One Games in Seattle with a ton of input from the Cook Inlet Tribal Council and Inupiaq writers and artists, Never Alone seeks to educated ...

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