The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review

In some ways, you have to applaud the attempt at a darker storyline and an emphasis on fast-paced combat. After all, that's really what the market demands, isn't it? However, when you're still rooted in archaic stereotypes, the humor remains

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Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode 2 Review

In the first episode review I said that it didn't feel like a true return to Rapture. This time we are definitely back. Enter Rapture once again as Elizabeth to uncover the truth that belies the connection between Columbia and

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Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Review

Ninja Gaiden is a legendary name in the realm of video games. To present the world with an antihero whose goal it is to destroy the famed Ninja Gaiden protagonist, Ryu Hayabusa, is a unique, intriguing approach to this series.

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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Review

Hey, I remember this! This is Final Fantasy . This is a series I’ve often called “the greatest franchise in video game history.” It’s the series that first got me involved in role-playing and for years, continually delivered. And when

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Dark Souls II Review

The world of Drangleic beckons. It doesn’t invite you to casually explore its many mysteries. It doesn’t extend a helping hand to guide you across the diverse, intertwining landscape. In fact, it doesn’t care in the slightest if you sink

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South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

I’ll be frank: I’m not the biggest “South Park” fan. I mean, I was but over the years, the gutter humor has worn a little thin. And as the latest video game adaptation isn’t exactly light on the disgusting, potentially

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