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Whispering Willows Review: The Midnight Society Would Be Proud image
Whispering Willows is packed with the makings of a campfire ghost stories. Thereís a haunted mansion, a kidnapped father, a worried daughter, secrets around every corner and spirits aplenty. A Kickstarter success and previously launched through Steam and Ouya, folks in the mood for a light, creepy adventure can now head into Willows Mansion on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Ryan Winslett 2015-06-30
Batman Arkham Knight Review: A Fitting End image
It's common practice for game franchises to be driven into the ground with endless sequels. Batman: Arkham is fortunately the exception, with Arkham Knight ending the series on a high note.
Pete Haas 2015-06-26
Lord Of Magna: Maiden Heaven Review: A Lighthearted SRPG With A Twist image
If youíve grown tired of dark RPGs with brooding characters, menacing monsters and a plot thick with copious details, then Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven may be the change of pace youíve been looking for. Itís a lighthearted, colorful SRPG romp from the folks at Marvelous Inc. and, while it suffers from a handful of drawbacks, Maiden Heaven proves to be a charming, fun distraction for the Nintendo 3DS.
Ryan Winslett 2015-06-12
Zen Pinball Portal Review: Fun With Science image
Oh, hello there [test subjectís name], welcome to the Aperture Science Heuristic Portal Pinball Device, better known as the Portal pinball table for Zen Pinball 2 and Pinball FX 2. Testing will begin soon, designed to gauge your reflexes, index finger dexterity, sense of humor and tolerance for pain.
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-25
Destiny House Of Wolves Review: Leader Of The Pack image
Taking a sort of ďkitchen sinkĒ approach to DLC, Bungie's latest expansion for Destiny, House of Wolves, offers a little bit more of pretty much everything the first-person shooter already has to offer. But even with a bunch of new gear, new missions and new modes, is that enough to warrant a return trip to this solar system torn by war?
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-24
Lost Orbit Review: Fast, Furious And Tons Of Fun image
Floating out in the unforgiving vastness of space, your objective in Lost Orbit is simple: Return home. To do that, youíll need to blast through the galaxy at break-neck speeds, dodging cosmic debris and all sorts of other obstacles on a quest for salvation.
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-18
Toren Review: A Flawed Tower That's Worth The Climb image
The world is full of stories. Sometimes those tales coalesce, forming something wholly new and full of wonder. Thatís the case with Toren, the first game from Brazilian indie developer Swordtales, which combines many familiar bits of folklore into a new legend built on a foundation of growth and transformation. Itís a bold and frequently beautiful adventure, despite being bogged down by unfortunate technical issues and underwhelming challenges.
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-14
TowerFall: Dark World Review: It's A Bullseye image
TowerFall: Ascensionís first big batch of DLC, Dark World finally launched an assault on the arrow-flinging arena combat game this week, bringing with it more characters, new levels and power-ups, as well as a fresh cooperative experience for up to four players. In short, itís more of the same; and thatís a very, very good thing.
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-13
Attack On Titan: Humanity In Chains Review: Swingin' And Slicin' image
The city is being destroyed by giant, grotesque monsters and you are humanity's last line of defense. Zipping around the city like a medieval Spider-Man, you and your comrades must fight back against unfathomable odds and an enemy that cannot be reasoned with. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains for the 3DS is an intriguing game of David vs. Goliath that sometimes soars and sometimes crashes into the side of a building.
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-11
Marvel Future Fight Review: A Mobile Brawler Worth Playing image
Just in time to coincide with the North America launch of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Netmarble's latest free-to-play mobile game, Marvel Future Fight, is all about putting together a team of various heroes and villains from the legendary comic book universe, and then using them to beat the stuffing out of lots and lots of bad guys.
Ryan Winslett 2015-05-03
Zen Pinball Star Wars: Rebels Review: The Force Is With This One image
The whole world has Star Wars fever these days, so it makes sense that Zen Studios would release its latest table set in a galaxy far, far away for Zen Pinball 2 and Pinball FX 2. This latest Star Wars table is themed after the popular Rebels animated series, perfectly capturing the showís fast-paced action and sense of adventure.
Ryan Winslett 2015-04-30
Zen Pinball Age Of Ultron Review: Not The Earth's Mightiest image
Zen Studios has been on a roll lately, putting out some fantastic virtual pinball tables based on various well-known properties, as well as some completely original concepts. And just in time for Marvel's latest superhero flick, they've got a brand new table based on Avengers: Age of Ultron for Pinball FX 2 and Zen Pinball 2, across a wide variety of platforms. So now for the big question: Does Zen's latest effort live up to the epic action of Earth's mightiest heroes waging war against a robot army?
Ryan Winslett 2015-04-28
Story Of Seasons Review: Growing In The Right Direction image
Growing crops, raising livestock and racing against the clock to finish all of your chores before the sun goes down. While it may not bear the same name, Story of Seasons is the latest in the long line of life simulation games known as Harvest Moon. But does this latest offering for the 3DS live up to the seriesí pedigree?
Ryan Winslett 2015-03-31
Dead Or Alive 5 Final Round Review: One Last Fight image
They say that every great fighter has one final match burning deep in their belly. Then again, they also say that itís important to know when the time has come for retirement. The third iteration of a fighting game from 2012, itís time to find out which statement rings true for Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.
Ryan Winslett 2015-03-04
Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review: Your Wish Has Been Granted image
Like many folks who grew up in the 90ís, I found myself glued to the television every afternoon, excitedly watching Dragon Ball Z and wondering how many more episodes would pass before Goku finally stored up enough energy to launch his next big attack. The show sported lots of action, a bit of fluff and an addictive structure that kept me coming back for more. A lot of video games have tried to capture the feel of that classic anime over the years, but none have come as close to nailing the formula as the recently released Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
Ryan Winslett 2015-02-27
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