South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review

South Park: The Fractured but Whole

2014’s South Park: The Stick of Truth was a fantastic game for South Park-fans and RPG-lovers. The Fractured But Whole, now developed by Ubisoft is more of the same but with a lot more polish, bigger and better gameplay ideas and laugh out loud jokes that no other game or TV show dares to let loose. Let’s buckle up and fart our way through this review. 

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Decay – The Mare review

Decay: The Mare 

 The Swedish developer Shining Gate Software brings its point-and-click game Decay: The Mare for Xbox One, an adventure where you play as Sam, a patient from an institution called “Reaching Dreams” who’s trying to get rid of drugs and change his life for good! But in his first night at this new home, he’ll discover there’s something very odd about this place. Unable to distinguish reality from his imagination, guide Sam throughout the corridors ofhis nightmare and search for a way out of this building, before it’s too late. But first, read what we thought about this game in this review. Continue reading Decay – The Mare review

Mages of Mystralia Review

Mages of Mystralia

You can bet on it that I’m always playing as a mage in video games, when possible. The power from magical elements have always allured me, I think it all started with my Undead mage in World of Warcraft. But I digress. Mages of Mystralia let’s you control a mage in training, named Zia, was this magical journey worth it? Find out in this review! 

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Bulb Boy review

Bulb Boy

Sometimes you have to admire the creative work from developers, with some games you wonder what kind of drug they were using. Bulb Boy is one hell of a LDS-trip, and while I definitely don’t want to encourage doing that (seriously, don’t) for this game it’s freaking awesome. Read more about this scary-looking point-and-click game in this review!

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N++ review

N++ 

October 2017, Canadian studio Metanet Software brings the third entry in N series to Xbox One: N++ is the successor of N+, one of the best indie games available for Xbox Live in 360 era. Prepare to put your nindo, your way of the ninja, to test in one of the most challenging platformers you’ve ever tried. Take your scarf and follow us into this adventure to become a ninja master! Continue reading N++ review

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite

2017 has been a great year for fighting fans, another game that joined the fighting lineup is Marvel vs Capcom; Infinite.  In March the remastered Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was released on Xbox One, it is a little weird to see both of them release in the same year but Infinite is an entire different beast. Let’s find out in this review if that’s a good or bad thing.  Continue reading Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite

The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game review

The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game

The release of the Lego Ninjago movie coincides with a new Traveller’s Tales game based on that same movie. The Lego games are a well-known entity and should probably have their own game category by now. We channel our Spinjitsu and meditate on what this new Lego game brings us.
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Forza 7 review

Forza Motorsport 7

Last year Forza Horizon 3 was fantastic, now the time has come for Motorsport. Turn 10 has never really disappointed gamers (Arguably Forza 5 could have been better) and Forza 7 is another huge milestone in the racing genre. Turn 10 has another poleposition and every other racing game developer will have to respect the battle for the second or third place because Forza 7 is miles ahead of the competition. Continue reading Forza 7 review

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