Author: Daniel Podborochynski

Phantom Trigger Review

  A 2D action game, Phantom Trigger’s combat provides the player with three types of attacks to help take down enemies

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Adjacency Review

Adjacency is a puzzle game, pure and simple. The game presents the player with a series of puzzles that can be solved using a mix of critical thinking, experimentation, and knowledge gained from previous...

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FIFA 17 Review

Sports games are like cell phones, or Fast & The Furious movies, or the Call of Duty franchise. Every year a new one comes out, a version slightly altered from its predecessor.

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Persona 5 Review

Very few games can deliver a long story that continually surprises, introducing new plotlines, characters, and complexities that add depth to the narrative. Even fewer can do it while sneaking in a satisfying combat...

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Drawn to Death Review

It used to be the case that if a game was free, it ran through an internet browser and delivered about ten minutes worth of entertainment. Times have changed, however.

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Yakuza 0 Review

Very few games have as much packed into them as Yakuza 0, and even fewer manage to deliver an experience that is so much fun. Along with darts, bowling, real-estate and entertainment club management,...

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