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Paperbound review

Paperbound Review – Bookend Brawler

May 13, 2015 | by Ryan Dean

Paperbound is an easy to pick up, fun to play brawler that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The sheer simplicity that the game opts for in terms of its control scheme makes it the ideal game for a casual few rounds with friends. That same simplicity, however, is also the root of its greatest flaw…

Tropico 5 review

Tropico 5 Review – Viva La Revolution

May 7, 2015 | by Joe Martin

Power has always been an alluring prospect for some people. The dictators of history may be known for wielding horrific amounts of it – not to mention performing some rather ethnically questionable acts with it – but what people often overlook is the years of struggle needed to obtain it, and later, to hold onto it…

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…

Dungeons 2 review

Dungeons 2 Review – Flattering Fun

April 30, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

I generally try to avoid carbon copy games. Thankfully, this practice is less rampant in the PC and console space than it is on mobile, but occasionally we get one coming through the pipeline that manages to offer the most sincerest form of flattery in honour of its tribute…

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’…

Atari: Game Over

Atari: Game Over Sets its Version of the Record Straight

April 21, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

E.T. has long suffered the notoriety of not only being labelled as the worst video game of all time, but also as being the catalyst that lead to Atari falling on its sword in the early ’80s. Further salt in the wound was the urban legend of millions of E.T. cartridges being dumped in a landfill outside of Alamogordo, New Mexico…