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4:00 PM on 07.18.2014

Review: Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (Patch 2.3)

The last time we left off in our assessment of Final Fantasy XIV's patch 2.3, I had experienced most of the tertiary level content, ready to face off against the big boss Ramuh himself in his true form, alongside of playing m...

Chris Carter

5:00 PM on 07.17.2014

Review: One Piece Unlimited World Red

One Piece games are kind of up in the air at this point in terms of quality. Just when I thought Pirate Warriors had solidified that seal of quality from the franchise, Romance Dawn snuck up and stole most of that g...

Chris Carter

2:00 PM on 07.15.2014

Review: Abyss Odyssey

One thing you can't accuse Chilean developer ACE Team of doing is ploughing the same, well trodden ground as other indie devs. Its debut hit Zeno Clash combined a surrealistic art style with first-person, melee combat, while ...

Alasdair Duncan

4:00 PM on 07.11.2014

Review in Progress: Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (Patch 2.3)

MMOs are constantly evolving beasts. Particularly in the subscription realm, developers are always searching for ways to keep players hooked, usually in the form of major updates -- big content patches that help ease the wait...

Chris Carter

5:00 PM on 07.09.2014

Review: 4PM

If you're like me, then you'll have staggered out of a pub, wandered home, and then tried to fill in the blanks but, like a favorite song of mine says, it's just the best bits that are colored in. I can't honestly say there's...

Alasdair Duncan

10:00 AM on 07.09.2014

Review: Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn

When I was a kid, I loved watching Gundam Wing and the original Mobile Suit Gundam on Cartoon Network. The mecha genre has always been a personal favorite of mine so I tried to capture the same feeling while playing a video g...

Brittany Vincent

12:30 PM on 07.08.2014

Review: MouseCraft

At first glance, MouseCraft reminds players of two classic puzzle games: Tetris and Lemmings. The pieces are there on a superficial level. Three mice walk blindly forward under a specific set of rules; meanwhile, the player r...

Darren Nakamura

12:00 PM on 07.08.2014

Review: The Wolf Among Us: Cry Wolf

The Wolf Among Us has been one hell of a ride. Although Tellltale's The Walking Dead managed to craft a grimdark world worth seeing time and time again, Wolf has a more nuanced take, with larger-than-life fairy...

Chris Carter

4:00 PM on 07.07.2014

Review in Progress: WildStar (Mid-levels)

[We'll be reviewing WildStar over an extended period of time. For more details, check out our Reviews in Progress program.] As we all know, MMOs can drastically change not only over the course of months of...

Chris Carter

7:00 AM on 07.06.2014

Review: Monster Monpiece

Too often, unique and engaging games are passed over due to their risqué content and gimmickry, and Monster Monpiece is inevitably one that will fall victim to this curse. It's not difficult to see why some may be turn...

Brittany Vincent

9:00 PM on 07.03.2014

Review: Killzone: Shadow Fall: Intercept

Killzone: Shadow Fall was a respectable launch game. It showcased the power of the nascent PS4 with scintillating visuals, and paired its aesthetic beauty with a competent campaign and sound multiplayer component.  The s...

Kyle MacGregor

5:00 PM on 07.02.2014

Review: Sir, You Are Being Hunted

"Man is the most deadly of prey" -- whoever said that probably never thought they'd be chased around the desolate British countryside with robotic dogs snapping at their heels. Sir, You Are Being Hunted is the debut game from...

Alasdair Duncan

8:10 AM on 07.02.2014

Review: Armillo

After following a number of indie developers who decide to go with the Wii U or 3DS eShop, I'm noticing a lot of the same sentiments in regards to loyalty to Nintendo. Not only have some of these developers grown up with Nint...

Chris Carter

4:00 PM on 07.01.2014

Review: Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark

High Moon Studios set a decent bar with its Activision-published Transformers games in terms of quasi film tie-ins (though the crown still goes to X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in my book). None of them were mind-blowingly g...

Chris Carter

2:00 PM on 06.30.2014

Review: The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II

The first Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing wasn't a bad game, however it did have crippling technical issues that held it back. Those issues have since been fixed, and developer Neocore Games has learned a lot i...

Patrick Hancock

6:00 PM on 06.27.2014

Review: The Rhythm of Fighters

Over the past few decades, SNK has created a vast stable of memorable characters and franchises. I remember going into an arcade as a child for the first time and spending $10 on Fatal Fury, finding the fighters there more ap...

Chris Carter