Review: Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess (Sony Playstation 4)

Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess Genre: Action/Puzzle Developer: Tecmo Koei Publisher: Tecmo Koei Release Date: 07/14/15 Tecmo's Deception franchise has been around for quite some time. From its first person debut on the original Playstati »»

Review: Lost Dimension (Sony Playstation 3, Playstation Vita)

Lost Dimension Genre: Turn-Based Strategy RPG Developer: FuRyu Publisher: Atlus Release Date: 07/28/15 Well, here we are, nearly a month removed from our initial coverage of Lost Dimension in a 10 Thoughts piece, and some fifty hours of gamepl »»

Review: Game of Thrones: Episode 5 - A Nest of Vipers (Sony PlayStation 3)

The penultimate episode gets it half right, and it might just be worth sticking it out to the end. »»

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight (Sony PlayStation 4)

A little bumpy at times, but still one of the best games of the year. »»

Review: Fort Meow (PC)

A short but sweet physics-based puzzler. »»

Review: J-Stars Victory Vs+ (Sony PlayStation 4)

Where the "J" doesn't stand for "Jpop". »»

Review: Her Story (PC)

Her Story Genre: Detective/Visual Novel Developer: Sam Barlow Publisher: Sam Barlow Release Date: 6/24/2015 Full motion video has always had kind of a weird relationship with video gaming; while its original implementation (through games like »»

Review: Lego Jurassic World (Sony PlayStation 4)

Lego Jurassic World Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Developer: Traveler's Tales Genre: Adventure Release Date: 06/12/2015 Another year, another Lego game, right? Wait. They don't even wait a year between the releases of t »»

Review: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Three - Catch a Ride (Sony PlayStation 3)

Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Three - Catch a Ride Publisher: Telltale Games Developer: Telltale Games Genre: Interactive Drama Release Date: 06/23/2015 (Note: As with all episodic games, certain parts of this review will be carried over »»

Review: This Starry Midnight We Make (PC)

This Starry Midnight We Make Publisher: Carpe Fulgur LLC Developer: Cavyhouse Genre: Sim Release Date: 06/01/2015 In many ways, calling This Starry Midnight We Make (Starry for short) a video game does it a disservice. Sure, it has a user »»

Review: Portal Pinball (Sony PlayStation 3/Vita/4)

Portal Pinball hits the PSN. You should own this already. »»

Review: Catlateral Damage (PC)

Catlateral Damage Publisher: Chris Chung Developer: Chris Chung Genre: Simulation Release Date: 05/27/2015 When Catlateral Damage showed up in the staff forums, I immediately loaded the trailer to see what it was about before taking the plu »»

Review: Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven (Nintendo 3DS)

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Developer: Marvelous/Neverland Publisher: XSEED Genre: SRPG Release Date: 06/02/2015 Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is a swan song for Neverland, who also developed the Lufia and Rune Factory games. It almost never »»

Review: Operation Abyss: New Tokyo legacy (Sony Playstation Vita)

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Genre: Dungeon Crawler RPG Developer: Experience Inc Publisher: NIS America Release Date: 6/9/15 There are plenty of reasons to remake a game, especially if the first time around the game was made on a shoestr »»

Review: Norna (PC)

An unassuming, but challenging puzzler. »»

Review: Game of Thrones: Episode Four - Sons of Winter (Sony PlayStation 3)

This is the best episode so far, although it still has issues. »»

Review: Nihilumbra (Nintendo Wii U)

Nihilumbra Developer: Beautifun Games Publisher: Beautifun games Genre: Adventure/Action (read as: Puzzle with platform elements) Release Date: 04/14/2015 Ted: We're both stumbling around together in this unformed world, whose rules and ob »»

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