Screencheat Review: Cheaters Prosper
Apr03

Screencheat Review: Cheaters Prosper

If you grew up video gaming in the 90s then you should be familiar with the split-screen, multiplayer shooter and the caveats that stem from sharing the screen with your opponents. Screencheat turns this experience on its head, embracing what was previously a limitation, by integrating the screen watching of other players into the game as a deliberate gameplay mechanic. What results is an enjoyable multiplayer experience that’s fun in...

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Gunscape Review: Purposelessly Retro
Mar20

Gunscape Review: Purposelessly Retro

If you’ve ever played Goldeneye, Doom, Wolfenstein, Quake, or any of the first person shooters that come to mind when you flash back to the 90’s, then you’ll understand the experiences that Gunscape attempts to replicate. Unfortunately in this case, the replication Gunscape is offering is largely derivative, without merit, misunderstanding many of the reasons that these classic titles were popular within their own...

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Assault Android Cactus Review: Arcade Evolved
Mar10

Assault Android Cactus Review: Arcade Evolved

With the decline of western arcades, shoot em’ ups and similar titles have become fewer and further between. Fewer still are titles that attempt to innovate within this space, with the majority hearkening back to the arcade roots of a long passed era. With this, titles in this genre can often seem somewhat inaccessible, offering brutally punishing difficulties and a very steep learning curve for newcomers. Assault Android Cactus...

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Garden Warfare 2 Review: Almost All Roses
Mar04

Garden Warfare 2 Review: Almost All Roses

The original Garden Warfare was something of a surprise. I don’t think many expected the Plants Versus Zombies series to transition into a third person shooter, let alone, to do so successfully. However that’s exactly what happened, and in our review of the original game, we praised the colourful, frantic combat, while criticizing the online only, and built-for-micro-transaction elements of the game.  As its sequel, Garden...

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Nuclear Throne Review: Long Live the King
Dec20

Nuclear Throne Review: Long Live the King

Independently developed roguelikes are not entirely uncommon in today’s market, boasting a variety of charming, retrographic artstyes these titles come in many shapes and sizes. Ranging from 2 dimensional side-scrolling affairs like Rogue Legacy, to isometric dungeon crawlers like The Binding of Issac, these games all have key traits in common. Each of the offer procedural generated environments and loot, where the player faces...

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Rainbow Six Siege Review: Extreme Home Makover
Dec12

Rainbow Six Siege Review: Extreme Home Makover

You have one life, and a single bullet can take that away, this is Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Brought to us by Ubisoft, unlike previous installments in the series Siege places its focus on a competitive multiplayer environment, tasking players to take turns attacking or defending various objectives. The way in which you go about this, is where Siege finds its success, as through environmental destruction Siege creates a...

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