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LEGO Jurassic World review

LEGO Jurassic World Review – Dino Crisis

July 8, 2015 | by Aidan Fundamenski

I used to be one of those old codgers who just didn’t get what LEGO games were all about. Yeah, one of those guys. Not since Kingdom Hearts combined the movie licenses of Disney with the role-playing of Square Enix had a game featured such a bizarrely disparate concept. But I was quickly won over by the brand’s comic charm and simple gameplay…

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt review

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review – Glorious Geralt

May 26, 2015 | by Aidan Fundamenski

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the third action role-playing epic from Polish studio CD Projekt RED, makes you feel like you’re playing so many of your past favourites at once. And though some of its emulations feel like thinly scraped butter individually, as a whole this is still one of the best sequels you’ll play this year…

Ziggurat review

Ziggurat Review – Retro Sorcery

May 5, 2015 | by Aidan Fundamenski

Combine the first-person shooting mechanics of DOOM with the dungeon crawling and action role-playing elements of the equally classic PC hit Diablo, and add a dash of D&D card-playing. Assuming you have a fair affinity for alchemy, your resultant synthesis of celebrated nerd-dom should be Ziggurat…

Slender: The Arrival review

Slender: The Arrival Review – You Can Run…

April 22, 2015 | by Aidan Fundamenski

Few things ignite such an animalistic terror within us as being chased. Most will have memories of being pursued relentlessly by their schoolyard cohorts or bratty cousin in some variation of hide-and-seek. And though our hunters were hardly the demons of a darker hand, as we found ourselves running for our ‘lives’…

Comix Zone retro reflection

Comix Zone Retro Reflection

April 2, 2015 | by Aidan Fundamenski

Cult classics, almost by definition, have the misfortune of being overlooked critically or commercially at the time of their release, yet snowball in select popularity long after their benefactors…