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Right from Greedy Guns’ opening seconds, you're thrown head-first into the action, loaded with rapid-fire gunplay and a stylish, retro-reminiscent soundtrack.
While .hack//G.U. Last Recode is mostly a remaster of the three games released for the PlayStation 2, it isn't made up of only old content. Check out the brand new chapter in action.
Amidst the news of developer Telltale Games laying off 25 percent of their staff, I feel motivated to be more mindful of the layoffs within the video games industry and their implications.
Story is at the centre of the .hack//G.U. series, and those able to look past its gameplay issues are likely to find a lot to love while logged in to The World.
SwapQuest finds a fun balance between the systems of an RPG and the classic tile-swapping gameplay of Pipe Mania.
36 Fragments of Midnight doesn't offer the player enough value to justify the purchase. Worst of all: it can be completed in as little as five minutes.
Twin Robots is over in a couple of hours, and its lack of personality means that it’s unlikely to stay in your memory for much longer than the time spent playing it.
After reviewing the first episode of Pankapu, I was interested to see how the second and final episode of the game would bring the...
Mask of Truth is a lengthy adventure with some fantastic characters, an intriguing narrative, and a simple but enjoyable strategic battle system.
As someone who played, beat, and loved both of Supergiant Games' previous titles, I’m inclined to argue that Pyre is their best game yet.
Along with its improved visuals, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age comes shipped with a few new bells and whistles – one of which is the impressively difficult Trial Mode.
Arguably the most defining feature of Final Fantasy XII – and even more so its brand new HD remaster, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age – is its upgrade system: the Zodiac Job System.
Whether you’re a long-time fan of Final Fantasy XII or a total newcomer, The Zodiac Age marks a triumphant and memorable return to Ivalice.
Thanks to some much-appreciated quality of life additions to the game, I am optimistic about returning to Ivalice once again.
While Tokyo Xanadu never manages to stand out as anything remarkable or unique, the general foundation of the game is actually quite solid.
While Perfect Universe lacks the variety needed to feel long-lasting, it still manages to be a fun multiplayer romp.
Masculine bravado is not enough to make up for all of Tango Fiesta's shortcomings.
Developer Lizardcube chose to recreate 1989’s Wonder Boy III: The Dragon’s Trap with painstaking detail, and the end result is something quite remarkable.
Between music that caters to your own playthrough and its collect-'em-up nature, Uurnog surprised me with its unique style and charm.
Never has a puzzle game caused me to rage so little. I like that.