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Category Archives: Reviews

Review: Mega Man Legacy Collection

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Capcom decided to dig out Mega Man from its shallow grave and put him to good use in the Mega Man Legacy Collection. This collection includes Mega Man one to six and is done by Digital Eclipse. And while it’s missing the Playstation Mega Mans, Mega Man 9 and 10 AND the most important game of all Mega Man Soccer it still has enough games to keep you occupied. But is this Collection a Legacy or does it deserve to be buried right next to Mega Man?

Indie Corner: The Deer God


Since a so-called ‘hunter’ shot down the lion Cecil, there’s a lot of talking going on about hunters worldwide. Deer God starts with a hunter shooting down a deer only to be killed by wolves seconds after his shot. After his death he faces the Deer God and gets one other chance at life. He gets reincarnated as a young deer and needs to learn the ways of the animal.

Indie Corner: Whispering Willows


Whispering Willows was released for PlayStation 4 and Vita a couple of months ago but comes to Xbox One and PC as well. We’ve played the Xbox One version and were charmed by the gorgeous graphics and thrilling story. Time to meet Elena, the girl who can shift between our world and the world of spirits.

Indie Corner: Life of Pixel


Life of Pixel is an interesting indie game that takes you to a trip down memory lane. It takes you to the history of gaming and features some of the best-known gaming devices. It’s released on Wii U today and it’s definitely worth checking out.

Review: Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson


Let’s get right to it, Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson is a game filled with boobs and jokes about touching them. The physics of the boobs can best be compared to a pudding during an earthquake and the females are willing to show them almost all the time. You never see them naked but the clothes aren’t leaving much to your imagination. Yes, boobs are a major part of the game but the gameplay itself is rather good as well.

Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3


One Piece has always been one of my favorite manga. I’ve never watched the anime on the other hand so the colorful designs in Pirate Warriors 3 are new to me. Pirate Warriors 3 is a game like Dynasty Warriors or the more recent Hyrule Warriors, meaning you’ll face a lot of enemies as a lot of famous One Piece characters. It’s the perfect game for the fans but also the perfect game for newcomers since it covers the entire One Piece saga.

Review: Until Dawn.

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Until Dawn is a game along the lines of games like Heavy Rain or Indigo Prophecy. However those games seem to hit a few snags along the way. Does Until Dawn fall for the same mistakes, or does it have some intelligence? It sets up a great atmosphere and mystery but does the most important part of this game (namely the story) have what it takes to be enjoyable?

Review: Risen 3: Titan Lords – Enhanced Edition


Risen 3: Titan Lords was released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC not that long ago. The game had its moments but wasn’t extremely good or anything, some enjoyed it a lot while others hated everything about it. Not a lot of people asked for a remaster but the Enhanced Edition is just that. It brings Risen 3 to the PlayStation 4 and manages to upgrade the graphics a lot.

Review: Gears of War: Ultimate Edition


The Gears of War franchise was one of the most important Xbox 360 franchises ever. You know a game is good when it’s used as an example for other games in its genre. Gears of War was the founder of the cover-based third person shooter and the badass heroes. It’s been nine years since we’ve played the original game but we’re very glad to see it return in this gorgeous Ultimate Edition.

Review: Zombi


ZombiU, once marketed as the most hardcore Wii U exclusive at launch, isn’t exclusive anymore. Three years after the release of the original, Ubisoft decided to bring their horror story to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam. The original game used the Wii U GamePad a lot to create tension; so the most important question for this Zombi version is without a doubt: “Did the tension remained the same?” Well, not the same but it’s still scary as hell.