Video Game Reviews

Face Noir Review

Face Noir Review

Playing Face Noir, a new to America adventure game for the personal computer, is like looking back in time to the first golden age of adventures. Face Noir refuses to hold your hand through its puzzles, no matter how insanely obscure some combinations of items might seem. It places names and numbers in the environment, [...]

The Night of the Rabbit Review

The Night of the Rabbit Review

While there may be some other fantastic titles out there, Germany really does seem to be the force that is keeping point and click adventure games alive. Daedalic Entertainment is at the forefront releasing games at what I would swear is a per month basis, but is actually at a much more sensible pace. They [...]

Rush Bros. Review

Rush Bros. Review

Once I got over my initial disappointment that Rush Bros. was not a game in which you take the Legion of Doom to Wrestlemania to win the Tag Team Championships, I was left with what Rush Bros. actually is – a musically themed platformer, a strange mixture of Super Meat Boy and Audiosurf that doesn’t [...]

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 Review

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 Review

Summer is upon us in the world of Magic, and that means it’s time for another Duels of the Planeswalkers game. The past few entries in the series have each been fundamentally the same, with new decklists and a new mode, but not much else. Duels 2014, however, shakes things up with the addition of [...]

Pool Nation Review

Pool Nation Review

Ah, pool. Billiards. The gentleman’s game. Is that what they call it? I think that’s what they call it. Anyway,  there has been no shortage of pool games on modern consoles, and Pool Nation is yet another one. Pool Nation features both 8 and 9 ball modes across its single-player cups, endurance mode, and multiplayer. [...]

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review

Animal Crossing always has been a rare breed of video game. After four entries in the series, I still don’t know who these games are for or why I love them so much. In true Nintendo fashion, each entry fails to drastically move the franchise forward,  yet we continue to buy them and cherish the days we lose to our charming little towns [...]

The Last of Us Review

The Last of Us Review

Last Friday I managed to nab myself a copy of Naughty Dog’s new game, The Last of Us. Having been dying to play this game for well over a year and half now, I couldn’t wait to get sucked in. Was it worth the wait? Let’s find out. The Last of Us is a Sony [...]

State of Decay Review

State of Decay Review

State of Decay seems to have popped up out of nowhere, at least for me. The first I’d heard of it was on the day it was released, and that’s more often than not a very bad sign… or just a sign that my mind is slipping thanks to old age.  Zombie games are a dime [...]

Combo Crew Review

Combo Crew Review

The Game Bakers’ Squids series were an excellent take on the tactical RPG genre and showed how the mobile platform can put an interesting twist on genres we are familiar with. We had the opportunity to speak with them at PAX East 2013 about their new game Combo Crew and it looked like they were [...]

Sanctum 2 Review

Sanctum 2 Review

The original Sanctum was a gem that stood out from the rest of tower defense games on the PC and Mac in 2011. It blended the hectic action of first-person shooters with the strategic placement and upgrades of the tower defense genre. While it was a great game that certainly felt unique, it suffered from [...]

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