Reviews Archive

  • I am what some might call a zombie aficionado. If it has zombies in it, there’s a great chance hat I’ve seen it or at the very least am aware […]

    Review: The Walking Dead: Long Road Ahead

    I am what some might call a zombie aficionado. If it has zombies in it, there’s a great chance hat I’ve seen it or at the very least am aware […]

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  • This time of year is always daunting for gamers with so many highly anticipated AAA titles flooding the market week in, week out. Many would advise that this time of […]

    Review: Legasista

    This time of year is always daunting for gamers with so many highly anticipated AAA titles flooding the market week in, week out. Many would advise that this time of […]

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  • The decision whether to delay a game or not is an arduous one for developers. The balance between getting a product out the door and into the hands of the […]

    Review: The Walking Dead: Starved for Help

    The decision whether to delay a game or not is an arduous one for developers. The balance between getting a product out the door and into the hands of the […]

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  • Episode two of The Walking Dead, titled The Walking Dead: Starved For Help, is set to be released later this month. In light of that, I decided to pick up […]

    Review: The Walking Dead: A New Day

    Episode two of The Walking Dead, titled The Walking Dead: Starved For Help, is set to be released later this month. In light of that, I decided to pick up […]

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  • In light of how Pokémon Black & White Version 2 are set for release in Japan on June 23, Crystal and Mel of Gaming Bus have decided to review their predecessors, […]

    Review: Pokémon Black & White

    In light of how Pokémon Black & White Version 2 are set for release in Japan on June 23, Crystal and Mel of Gaming Bus have decided to review their predecessors, […]

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  • Even the most traditional gamer would be hard pressed to deny the growth of mobile devices as competent gaming devices, and Apple’s iOS devices are the front runner in this […]

    Review: SPLIT!

    Even the most traditional gamer would be hard pressed to deny the growth of mobile devices as competent gaming devices, and Apple’s iOS devices are the front runner in this […]

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  • The one thing about the video game industry is that there will always be a market for even the most niche titles. It may not be huge, but if you […]

    Review: Naval War: Arctic Circle

    The one thing about the video game industry is that there will always be a market for even the most niche titles. It may not be huge, but if you […]

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  • I’m a big tennis fan. In fact, I played three years of tennis in high school and ranked sixth place in doubles in Europeans. I’ve always been disappointed that there […]

    Review: Mario Tennis Open

    I’m a big tennis fan. In fact, I played three years of tennis in high school and ranked sixth place in doubles in Europeans. I’ve always been disappointed that there […]

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  • I first delved into the world of Minecraft in December of 2010. I joined the community a mere week after the alpha period ended and the game went into beta. […]

    Review: Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

    I first delved into the world of Minecraft in December of 2010. I joined the community a mere week after the alpha period ended and the game went into beta. […]

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  • As mentioned in my previous preview, Warlock is a 4X turn-based strategy game set in the world of the Ardania, the setting for the Majesty series of games which shows […]

    Review: Warlock: Master of the Arcane

    As mentioned in my previous preview, Warlock is a 4X turn-based strategy game set in the world of the Ardania, the setting for the Majesty series of games which shows […]

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