Tagged: Playstation 4

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Preview

Killing Harmony is the newest entry from the minds of Spike Chunsoft in their brutal and sadistic Danganronpa video game franchise, a series of visual novels that center around high-school aged kids being trapped...

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Oh, the Prospects – An Absolver Review

Devolver Digital has produced a plethora household titles. From Hotline Miami, both Shadow Warrior and its sequel, The Talos Principle and many more, the publisher has been prolific in its production. Its latest from Sloclap, is Absolver, an online brawler, of...

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Praise Ganesh! – Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review

Naughty Dog’s first single-player DLC for the Uncharted series finally dropped and–like the last iteration of Nathan’s saga–hits all the right notes with playful, plundering gusto. Chloe is a treat and the dynamic between...

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CSG Quick Look: Forma.8

Forma.8 recently released for PC on Steam and it releases on the Nintendo Switch next week. Watch our gameplay video to know why you need to play this immediately. 

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Dirt 4 Review

Building upon the foundation of Dirt Rally, Dirt 4 reaches down to its roots to create a true rally experience. Passing up the flashy experience of Gymkhana and offering variations of the painfully difficult...

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Valley – A Life-Giving Review

Blue Isle Studios is not a household name. To date, the indie team has only two games under their collective belts: Slender: The Arrival, and its latest, Valley. With only 13 members, Blue Isle’s foray into the first-person...

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Tony’s Games of E3

E3 2017 was a slow-burner. Anti-climactic, in fact. Not from lack of great presentations, or enthusiasm, but from content. There were few surprises this year and those few made mostly negative ripples among the...

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