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Reviews Archive (2010-2016)
Primal Carnage: Extinction you're either the hunter or the hunted.
Fans of Descent and Forsaken my want to check out Sublevel Zero for their fix. Here are our thoughts about the six-axis shooter.
Transformers gets the Platinum Games treatment in this fast-paced, stylized throwback.
Critical Bit delivers a hectic, highly customizable shoot'em up that's as much fun as it sounds.
Episode 1 of Blues and Bullets gets Noir right according to Dre. That doesn't mean it doesn't have it's problems, though.
Galacide mixes a match game and a shump to create one rewarding experience.
Andres from Double Tap dives into RONIN and gives us his thoughts on the turn-based stealth strategy game.
MKX brings fluid movement, fine-tuned mechanics, and more to the Mortal Kombat series.
The Show returns a little light on innovation, but heavy on the polish.
Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty isn't just an HD remake, it feels like a new Oddworld.
Aperture Tag: The Paint Gun Testing Initiative puts you back in chambers with new tools and ways to solve them.
Navigating the beautiful, serene swamp of Zeppelin Studio's Schein is brutally challenging for both the reflexes and the mind. It's not always fair, though.
Boot Hill Heroes has some of the most involved, interesting, and challenging combat the RPG genre has ever seen.
Shovel Knight is a dream amalgamation of every good idea from retro games, deserving a place among the greatest games of the NES era.