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By Hook As A Crook

Flinthook is something of a roguelike training regimen. Rather than present you with one long-winded, daunting task at the outset, it first presents you with a series of lighter, shorter challenges to let you dip your toe in the genre. It doesn’t nail the long-term replayability of the genre, but

By Hook As A Crook – Flinthook

Flinthook is something of a roguelike training regimen. Rather than present you with one long-winded, daunting task at the outset, it first presents you with a series of lighter, shorter challenges to let you dip your toe in the genre. It doesn’t nail the long-term replayability of the genre, but

Falling A Little Flat – Harmonix review

From Kinect to Apple TV, Harmonix has gained a reputation for supporting fledgling platforms. Following the revival of the Rock Band franchise in 2015 with Rock Band 4, the studio turned its eyes toward another new piece of hardware: the Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset. After releasing Harmonix Music VR, a

A Little Too Familiar – Guardians of the Galaxy

Since its inception in comic form, and later in its cinematic incarnation, Guardians of the Galaxy has always flown by the seat of its pants, both in creative decisions and narrative arcs. Frantic pacing, weird characters, and over-the-top situations somehow coalesce and triumph through pure pulp craziness. Telltale’s Guardians of

ReCore – online game review free (images)

ReCore is one of the most frustrating games I’ve played in a long time, and not because it’s overly difficult. Here’s this charming marriage of Japanese and Western design philosophies–mixing fast-paced platforming and cutesy robots with pretty deep RPG-style crafting and customization, respectively–tied together with a story about saving the

Grow Up Review – free Games online 2017

I didn’t want to live in a world where the sequel to Grow Home was the slightest bit disappointing, but even goofy little climbing robots can’t always get what they want. Grow Up is built around the same tactile hand-over-hand climbing mechanic that made Grow Home one of 2015’s best

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

Nintendo has never introduced a true disaster to their core Legend of Zelda series, but most of the last ten years has felt lacking in inspiration. Games like Skyward Sword and Spirit Tracks were perfectly solid on their own merits, yet they paled in comparison to the more impactful entries

Drawn To Death game Review free online

The best thing Drawn to Death has going for it is the aesthetic, which thoroughly lives up to its promise of vast, wild worlds crafted from the classroom notebook scribblings of a teenage delinquent. It’s a world of kittens controlling giant robots, unicorn/teddy bear/cyclops abominations, and hideous caricatures of classmates

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands is probably only worth caring about if you’re willing to play through the game with three friends, with voice chat enabled. You should know that up front. You can, of course, enter into public matchmaking. In fact, the game constantly encourages you to do so.

Mr. Shifty – game Review free (+images)

Mr. Shifty’s influences are easy to identify. In one sentence, it’s “Hotline Miami meets that opening Nightcrawler sequence in X-Men sequel film X2.” It’s high-concept, but Mr. Shifty lives up to the expectations that description might instill. You play as the eponymous Mr. Shifty, a gun-averse thief with the power

Falling A Little Flat – Rock Band VR game

From Kinect to Apple TV, Harmonix has gained a reputation for supporting fledgling platforms. Following the revival of the Rock Band franchise in 2015 with Rock Band 4, the studio turned its eyes toward another new piece of hardware: the Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset. After releasing Harmonix Music VR, a

A Little Too Familiar – Guardians of the Galaxy

Since its inception in comic form, and later in its cinematic incarnation, Guardians of the Galaxy has always flown by the seat of its pants, both in creative decisions and narrative arcs. Frantic pacing, weird characters, and over-the-top situations somehow coalesce and triumph through pure pulp craziness. Telltale’s Guardians of

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