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Category Archives: Microsoft

Review: Citizens of Earth


Citizens of Earth didn’t start as a success. The game appeared on Kickstarter but failed to reach its goal. Developer Eden Industries never gave up hoping and continued their work on the game nevertheless. They wanted to create something special and would do everything they could to succeed. Atlus noticed the effort and decided to publish the game as a digital download after all. We’re really glad they did!

Review: Tetris Ultimate


the Russian invasion never came with guns but with Tetris. Tetris is without a doubt the most globally spread Russian product. Short after its release, 30 years ago, people all over the world got addicted. It’s an easy to understand puzzle game but hard to resist. The game is still popular today and launches on as many consoles as possible. This time it’s up to Ubisoft to reinvent this classic with Tetris Ultimate.

Review: Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions


All great things start small; the same goes for Geometry Wars. What once was just a little bonus in Project Gotham Racing 2, became the best-sold Xbox Live Arcade game of the past generation. The new Geometry Wars isn’t a Xbox exclusive and that’s good news for the gamers. Since the last game in the franchise was so good, how good is this new entry? Let’s find out.

Review: The Crew


The Crew is a very ambitious game. It tries to combine the most massive racing map ever with a lot of online interaction. After spending some time on the roads of the United States, we can say that the game does a lot things right but still has its flaws.

Review: Dragon Age Inquisition


Erik didn’t know what to think about all that happened. All he wanted was to know where the toilet was, but before he knew it there was a big explosion and a tear in the sky. After he woke up, people started following in his search for a bathroom. He tried everything to get rid of those followers. He ran towards wolves, travelled through dark dangerous dungeons. Even went to see a dragon (who was in a bad mood by the way). But nothing helped, they won’t leave his side and grew in numbers. To make things worse, his hand started glowing and everyone started calling him “Inquisitor”. And they gave him a castle in the mountains. Worst of all, he still hasn’t found his toilet in his Skyhold!

Review: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris


It’s time to start a new adventure with Lara Croft and her partners.

We’ve played the game and made a special video review of it.

Review: Far Cry 4


Far Cry, the open world first person shooter is back and that’s good news. We’ve been to beautiful locations thanks to this franchise but the environment of this fourth edition is just mind-blowing. Welcome in Kyrat, in the Himalayan region. It’s a beautiful place for sure but don’t relax just yet… It seems like a crazy dictator is running things up in the mountains!

Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare


The Call of Duty- franchise has been around for some time and it hasn’t been always good. Still, no matter how hard they tried, they couldn’t create the BEST Call of Duty game out there. If it wasn’t the campaign, there were a few hiccups in the multiplayer game and vice versa. The best thing of the campaign were always the action packed scenes and the best thing of the multiplayer game was the high pace action and leveling up while unlocking tons of new weapons and gadgets. Still to maintain this big fan club, they were in need of a good jump forward in the franchise… Will Advanced Warfare get us there?  Let’s suit up our exo and find out!

Review: Assassin’s Creed: Unity


Paris, the city of love, the city where couples meet to enjoy a romantic time. In Assassin’s Creed: Unity, it isn’t this romantic just yet. Paris is at war, a civil war to start a revolution. Since this is the first ‘true next-gen’ Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft did the best they could to revolutionize the gameplay as well. Did they succeed in their mission or not?

Review: Assassin’s Creed: Rogue


Since Assassin’s Creed: Rogue released on the same day as Assassin’s Creed: Unity, a lot of the attention for Rogue went lost. That’s a shame to be honest. Although Rogue isn’t an innovating game in the franchise, it’s the closing chapter to the marvelous book set in the American history. Rogue forms the bridge between Assassin’s Creed III and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. It lacks innovation but remains a very enjoyable conclusion to an era.