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Review: Yo-Kai Watch

Yo-kai Watch is a role-playing game where you collect and train monster-like creatures called Yo-Kai, to fight other Yo-Kai. I know, it really sounds like Pokémon although this game is totally different.


Indie Corner: Olympia Rising

Olympia Rising once started as a successful Kickstarter campaign, promising to bring back the traditional 2D action games. If you look at the screens, you know the developers went all out to succeed in their goal. The game combines the Greek mythology with an interesting pixel-art but is it fun to play? Time to find out in our new Indie Corner.


Review: Disney Infinity 3.0 – Marvel Battlegrounds

Disney Infinity 3.0 is a huge success, with new figurines offering the best of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars in one bundle. Until now, Star Wars was the main focus of Disney Infinity 3.0 but that’s about to change in Marvel Battlegrounds. It’s time to call in the Avengers and their friends and enemies; it’s time to enter the arena!


Review: Hitman: Episode 2

“A murder in paradise” would suit the new episode of Hitman perfectly. With the pleasant release of the first episode of Hitman in March, we knew we were in for a treat with the next episodes. The last episode was a decent start to this episodic release game but it didn’t really live up to the past game experiences of “agent 47”. The first episode got a “tech demo” vibe to it, showing off the new “Opportunities” system. It backfired a little since this murder improvisation system was followed by the amount of disguises. Let’s see if this game can remind us of the real hitman that we truly love…


Indie Corner: Severed

Severed is one of the last real efforts that seems to utilize the Playstation Vita in an interesting way. If you feel in the mood for a somber romp through an Alice In Wonderland or Pan’s Labyrinth inspired setting you are in luck. With a unique battle system and a world that balances between hell and night terrors, Severed is here to impress.


Review: Ratchet and Clank movie

We got invited by Sony to see the new Ratchet and Clank movie. Since video games-based movies have this reputation for being bad, a lot of people thought it was going to be really bad. While others thought this might be the one that will finally be good. So what’s our consensus? Did we like it? 


Review: Star Fox Zero

It has been a while since a Star Fox game was released but after 10 years Fox Mcloud and his loyal crew finally came out of retirement to fight an evil force and restore peace to the galaxy.


Impressions: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta

When you say “Game Beta”, you immediately think “Multiplayer Beta” because… That’s what Betas are for right? To test the Multiplayer, the servers, getting rid of some possible glitches, exploits and bugs, etc…

So why does a game that is singleplayer exclusive have a Beta? I asked myself that question while I played Dark Souls 3 during the time that it took for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst to download. Now the boss-man had asked for to make an impressions vid, so I complied. I set up my Elgato and waited for the game to install.


Review: Alienation

Alienation brings an interesting game to PlayStation 4. It comes at a cheaper price but it never feels like a low-budget game. Thanks to the new realistic fluid mechanism and the big explosions, this game feels right at home on the PlayStation 4. Call in some friends and prepare to take back what belongs to us!