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Review: Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia

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Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia is the third and final episode of the Chronicles franchise. A franchise that already brought us to China and India. Russia is an entirely different experience since we play during a darker era. Mother Russia is about to lose its last Tsar to the Templars and it’s up to assassin Nikolai to rescue and guard the valuable princess Anastasia. Prepare for a dark and gritty Assassin’s Creed story!

Review: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4


Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 marks the end of a gorgeous era. The Ninja Storm games spanned multiple console generations and delivered true Naruto happiness to its players. Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 marks the end of the franchise and is CyberConnect 2’ goodbye to their beloved franchise. It still follows the path of its predecessors but it’s safe to say that Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is the most perfect Narotu game, one you simply need to play.

Indie Corner: Sparkle 2


Last year, 10tons games brought us a solid ‘match three’ game with Sparkle: Unleashed. The game was pretty solid but we didn’t like everything. If you want to learn more about Sparkle: Unleashed, be sure to read our original review. That being said, we’re here to talk about the sequel, Sparkle 2 now. Sparkle 2 follows the same path as its predecessor but manages to innovate and optimize the gameplay.

Review: Resident Evil Zero(HD)

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This game was packaged with REmake as the Resident Evil Origins Collection. If you want to read our thoughts about that game you can read our review here.

After the success of the Resident Evil Remake remaster, Capcom decided to re-release Resident Evil Zero. Along with some new costumes, a new mode and a smooth resolution bump you get the same experience you got in 2002. However a spit-shine and extra clothing don’t fix the problems Zero has. While still a solid game, one sole mechanic and area make it the weakest of the classic Resident Evil games. 

Hands-on: Tom Clancy’s The Division – Beta


I’ll be honest here, I knew that “The Division” was getting released, but asked me what it was about and I’d have uttered a long drawn out “Uuuuum” sound.

Indie Corner: Adventures of Pip


The world of Pip is created with pixels. The ‘normal’ people have a few pixels to get around with, while the rich and powerful have most pixels. There’s a big difference between ‘high definition’ characters and standard pixelated characters. It’s an interesting setting that got even more interesting when a powerful witch stole all pixels. It’s up to Pip, a single pixel, to save his gorgeous world.

Review: A Boy and his Blob


A Boy and his Blob originally released on the NES back in 1989. In 2009 however, WayForward released a re-imagination of the game exclusively on Wii. Those who’ve played it will always remember it as an incredible cute platformer with difficult puzzles. Now, years after the original, the game lands on modern consoles and PC. Things haven’t changed that much so it’s still

Indie Corner: The Banner Saga

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The Banner Saga is a tactical RPG by Stoic games who consist of former staff of the western RPG studio Bioware. It’s a game inspired by other titles such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Fire Emblem. It’s setting is inspired by Norse Folklore and Mythologies ans is filled to the brim with interesting lore. People who like not only a good and deep Strategy RPG but also like to make story altering decisions should definitely check this one out.

Indie Corner: Unepic


The moment I started up Unepic, it  immediately hit me with this overwhelming feeling of “back to the old days”… Colorful but simple graphics, easy-to-jump-in-and-play and yet challenging due to the brutal damage of dark creatures. The game takes you back to the “dark ages of video gaming” where you learn from your mistakes, taking note of every location or creature you encounter and give that sense of ” I achieved something”. Unepic is a classic adventure/ RPG- game inspired by favorite 2D action games like Mystic Quest or even The Legend of Zelda that’s played on the first ever gaming handheld, the classic Gameboy.

Review: Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles – India


Assassin’s Creed is a very important franchise for Ubisoft. It started years ago and brought us to gorgeous locations such as Rome, London and the early America. If we can believe the rumors, we won’t see another main Assassin’s Creed until 2017 but that’s nothing to worry about since the colorful Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles: India is definitely worth your time.