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“Overcooked 2” Review

“Overcooked 2” Review

When it first came out in 2016, Overcooked‘s unquestionable combination of infuriating players while having fun ended up making the game one of the best party games this generation.  Overcooked 2 is more of the same, if not even more chaotic and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

“Mario Tennis Aces” Review

“Mario Tennis Aces” Review

Mario Tennis Aces just might be the deepest tennis game ever made, but a bunch of eyebrow-raising decisions hold it back from being an all-around fantastic game.

[SDCC 2018] “Overcooked 2” Hands-On

[SDCC 2018] “Overcooked 2” Hands-On

One of the coolest offsite features at San Diego Comic-Con is the Nintendo Lounge located at the Marriott Marquis.  It’s been getting more popular every year, as I was able to simply walk in during my first two SDCCs.  Nowadays, you have to stand in line for an hour to get in if you don’t make that your first destination, which is hardly surprising considering Nintendo’s new wave of popularity thanks to the Nintendo Switch—not to mention the fact that […]

[SDCC 2018] “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” Hands-On

[SDCC 2018] “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” Hands-On

The fact that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be Nintendo’s biggest release this year is definitely no secret.  This series constantly sees endless amounts of hype, it’s hard to not feel excited after getting our hands on the game at San Diego Comic-Con.

“Lumines Remastered” Review

“Lumines Remastered” Review

Lumines took Sony’s handhelds by storm and with the Switch being the success that it is, it’s only right to finally bring the addictive puzzler to Nintendo’s hybrid platform–as well as the higher resolution PS4 and Xbox One.

“Detroit: Become Human” Review

“Detroit: Become Human” Review

Despite what pundits think about David Cage and his directorial style when it comes to video games, his projects with Quantic Dream never seem to fail at providing a polarizing reaction.  This time it’s with Detroit: Become Human, a sci-fi look at slavery.

“Vampyr” Review

“Vampyr” Review

Dontnod Entertainment is a modern-day example of a studio rising from the ashes to become a relevant name in the gaming industry. After Remember Me‘s mixed reception, the episodic teen drama stories in Life is Strange were met with monumental success, leading to a lot of growth for the French development team. The developer’s latest project, Vampyr, is one that should inspire interest because of its intriguing setting and unique gameplay mechanics, but its pacing and bland combat woefully bring […]

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