Review: Severed

Categories: 3DS, Reviews, Wii U

DrinkBox Studios’ Guacamelee! was one of my favorite indie games of recent years – fun, fluid, and full of zany luchador humor, it was a Metroidvania well worth the time. So when I heard about the company’s next endeavor, I assumed it would be a similarly light hearted, theatrical romp….

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Review: Axiom Verge

Categories: Reviews, Wii U

Spiritual successors can be a tricky business. At best, they’re fond love letters to games of yore, expertly capturing the intricacies that made classic games so memorable. At worst, they’re cheap, lazy efforts that prey upon the nostalgia of longing fans to deliver a subpar experience that only makes one…

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Review: Zero Time Dilemma

Categories: 3DS, News, Reviews

When one thinks of games that use the medium to express themselves in a way that no other media can, few can match up to the creativity of the Zero Escape series. Starting with 2009’s Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, director Kotaro Uchikoshi created a thriller-adventure hybrid with shades…

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Preview: Pokémon GO

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Mobile, News, Reviews

Disclaimer: This preview is based on the first build of the game when servers were extremely strained. We’ll continue to update the preview as the mobile experience smooths out. Pokémon GO, a joint effort from Niantic and The Pokémon Company, was announced back in September of 2015, and seemed like…

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Review: BOXBOXBOY!

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: 3DS, News, Reviews

Last year, HAL Laboratory treated us to a lighthearted puzzle platformer that was one of the true gems of 2015 on the 3DS. That game was BOXBOY!, a fun and simple puzzle game that had us controlling Qbby, a sentient square with the ability to spawn boxes from his body….

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