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Category Archives: Reviews

Review: Dragon Quest: Heroes


The Dynasty Warriors games are known for their action-packed levels filled with enemies. It’s been a long time since a true Dynasty Warriors game released but we’ve seen a lot of great spin-off lately. Hyrule Warriors and One Piece: Pirate Warriors are just two examples of those. Dragon Quest: Heroes is the newest in line but is far more than just a spin-off. Dragon Quest goes its own way with the Warriors gameplay and creates something entirely new and different. It’s one of the best Dragon Quest games in years to be honest.

Review: Skylanders: SuperChargers


It’s hard to imagine that the Skylanders franchise started as a spin-off to the popular Spyro franchise. The first Skylanders released in 2011 and was a huge success right from the start. Nowadays, Skylanders is one of the most important players in the toys to life market. The concept was strong from the start, but Activision constantly looked for innovation in new installments. SuperChargers is the first to bring vehicles to the franchise.

Indie Corner: Castle Crashers Remastered


2008 marked the year of the digital push of smaller Xbox Live Arcade games. It was in that era we’ve played incredible XBLA games such as Braid and the original Castle Crashers. Castle Crashers was a huge success and one of the best sold Xbox Live Arcade games to date. There was something with the combination of cartoony humor and button mashing that won over the crowd. Now, seven years after the original release, it’s time to rediscover the Remastered version.

Review: Blood Bowl II


Some of the best sports games launched the past couple of days. With FIFA 16, Pro Evolution Soccer and NBA2K16, sports fans already got a lot of new games in their favorite genre. Blood Bowl II offers a different take on the sports genre. It’s based on American Football but goes its own ways with it. Forget everything you know about American Football and give this Warhammer inspired version a shot.

Review: Saint Seiya: Soldiers’ soul

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Namco Bandai once again shows great support to their fans by localizing yet another niche game based on an anime license. These game usually do well when they’re based on other Shōnen franchises like Dragon Ball, Naruto, One Piece and even Jojo. Saint Seiya however isn’t as popular or well know as the previously mentioned titles so it’s a bit surprising this game even got made let alone localized. But Namco Bandai once again took a risk just to please its fans but was it worth it?

Indie Corner: Nova-111


For those who’ve played PixelJunk Shooter, Nova-111 won’t appear to be something new. Both games do the same; they put the player in a strange underground setting filled with aliens. It’s no surprise both games look the same since Nova-111 is created by ex-PixelJunk creators as Funktronic Labs. So the game isn’t that innovative or creative but it mixes some interesting genres together as one.

Indie Corner: Extreme Exorcism


The indie games are on a roll on Wii U. With games like Shovel Knight and Runbow, it looks like Nintendo’ newest console is the perfect home for Indies. Extreme Exorcism is another of those fantastic new indie games on the console and comes with a nice twist. In this game you fight ghosts that mimic your previous moves, sounds easy but nothing is as it seems.

Indie Corner: Guns, Gore and Cannoli


Guns, Gore and Cannoli is the first Belgian Xbox One game so it’s something special. Besides of being the first, it’s actually a game that manages to innovate the zombie gameplay. Zombies have invaded a lot of genres and franchises the couple of years but the run-and-gun genre was left alone. The Claeys Brothers thought it was time to bring the zombie invasion to this genre. Welcome to Guns, Gore and Cannoli.

Review: Disney Infinity 3.0


Disney is a huge force in the toys to life business thanks to Disney Infinity. Where both Nintendo and Activision are forced to use first party characters, Disney can go all out with Disney characters, Marvel characters and Star Wars characters. The database of character is insanely huge and that’s the power of Infinity of course. This year it’s time for the Star Wars franchise to shine, not only in a new movie but also as star of Disney Infinity 3.0!

Indie Corner: Year Walk


A Year Walk, or “Årsgång is a mysterious ritual found in the Swedish folklore. During a Year Walk, somebody takes a walk in the forest to find out more about his future. It’s believed that this works best during certain night and under certain circumstances. The person willing to do a Year Walk can’t eat, sleep or drink during the day, to enforce the visions of the Year Walk during the night. Year Walking isn’t always a good idea however since the future might not be what you wanted it to be.