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Sunset Overdrive Review  (8.5)

In today’s generic and over saturated video game market it’s become common place to simply re-release the same game we saw years ago and call it a day.  New generation consoles have been out for over a year now and what really big new games have come out?  I can’t think of much off the […]

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review  (0.0)

One of the very first things you’ll see upon starting The Vanishing of Ethan Carter from developer The Astronauts is “This game is a narrative experience that does not hold your hand.” There have never been a truer quote than this because right from the get go, you’re left alone completely to figure out what to […]

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Monomino Review  (0.0)

Monomino is a block based puzzle game developed by a group of final year students at Nanyang Polytechnic, School of Interactive & Digital Media in Singapore. It was a project that was deemed so good that it needed to be published and in 2012 the students became the first PlayStation First Academic Partners in Asia. […]

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Lovely Planet Review  (0.0)

First person shooters are practically everywhere we look, and let’s be honest, they’re practically all the same. Lovely Planet, however, is something new and different that has me hooked. Developed by QuickTequila Computer Video Games, this FPS is wacky and colorful in all the right ways. When I opened the game I was not prepared […]

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BenQ RL2460HT Gaming Monitor Review  (0.0)

One of the most important pieces of equipment any PC user will need is a monitor, and to your surprise there’s actually a huge difference between the ones packaged in with your Dell’s and HP’s compared to ones by companies like BenQ. You might ask yourself, “but what’s the difference?” Well, you’ve come to the […]

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