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“Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass” DLC Review

“Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass” DLC Review

They Shall Not Pass is the first expansion for Battlefield 1. Focusing on France’s contributions to the war, players get a brand new look at the French countryside as it gets ravished throughout the expansion’s many new maps and modes. The French lost an estimated 1.4 million soldiers during World War I, and They Shall Not Pass helped showcase the country’s immense sacrifice as well as the brutality that the war had upon their homeland. They Shall Not Pass proves […]

“Anima: Gate of Memories” Review

“Anima: Gate of Memories” Review

Anima: Gate of Memories is a semi-open world RPG developed by a very small indie team in Kai Nesbit. It takes you inside the fantasy of bringing a decade-old card game to life. It isn’t perfect, nor is it very impressive either. Did they bite off more than they can chew?

“NieR: Automata” Review

“NieR: Automata” Review

Japan has given birth to some of the most unique and eccentric game developers in the field. Hideo Kojima, for example, went a long way in adapting and articulating the language of film in his games. Fumito Ueda, whose minimalist storytelling and fantastical worlds invoke the atmosphere of dreams. There’s late Kenji Eno, who gained a reputation for extremely unconventional game design and strange marketing techniques supplemented by his notoriety as a musician. Then you have Taro Yoko, also known […]

“FAST RMX” Review

“FAST RMX” Review

Intended or otherwise, Shin’en Multimedia’s FAST Racing League has quietly become Nintendo’s unlikely marquee arcade racing franchise in the now generations-long glaring absence of the first party F-Zero and Wave Race.

“Shovel Knight: Specter Of Torment” Review

“Shovel Knight: Specter Of Torment” Review

Yacht Club Games has come a long way since their Kickstarter. The Shovel Knight series illustrates one of the few successful projects, and we’ve seen nothing but good stuff from their studio since then. The new Shovel Knight expansion is one with a lot of value and charm, and people with a nostalgic itch for a classic platformer on modern consoles will have that itch scratched by Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment.

“1-2-Switch” Review

“1-2-Switch” Review

Showcasing different games that take advantage of the different features of the Nintendo Switch is always a great way to generate interest, and Nintendo does exactly this with 1-2-Switch. However, does this game have enough substance to make it a part of your Switch library?

“Blaster Master Zero” Review

“Blaster Master Zero” Review

Nintendo turned quite a few heads with last week’s Nindies Showcase when they announced Blaster Master Zero would not only come exclusively to both the Nintendo Switch and 3DS, but also be out less than a week after the system hits retailers. Well, it’s here and it’s great.

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