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Yooka-Laylee (PS4) Review

Yooka-laylee

When Yooka-Laylee was announced as a spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, I knew I wanted it. I didn’t realize, just how close of a successor the eventual game would end up being. Yooka-Laylee is at times beautiful, expansive and charming. There are other times, however, when the game has strong quirks …

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Divide (PS4) Review

Divide is a rather tragic story. I don’t mean to say that the story is especially tragic in the way of a classic Greek tragedy, I mean that the gameplay cannot possible live up to the epic score and writing present throughout the game. Inside a rather tough first hour …

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Yakuza 0 (PS4) Review

Conspiracy, action, and an open world set in 1980’s Japan. Welcome to Yakuza 0. Conspiracy, action, and an open world set in 1980's Japan. Welcome to Yakuza 0. Yakuza 0 is an open-world game set in rad 1980's Japan at the boom of its economic reconstruction. The Japan in Yakuza 0 …

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Amnesia Collection (PS4) Review

The horror of Amnesia returns in collected form. The horror of Amnesia returns in collected form. Collective Amnesia It has been six years since Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the first entry in the psychological horror franchise, landed on PC.  Considered one of the scariest games ever made, the series is …

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Destroy All Humans! (PS4) Review

Destroy All Humans! (DAH) first released in June of 2005. 11 years later, the parody of cold-war era alien invasion films lands on the Playstation 4 as a PS2 remaster. The game holds up pretty well, too. Seeing as DAH is a rerelease of a game that originally launched on …

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ABZÛ (PS4) Review

What can compare to the beauty of the deep? What can compare to the beauty of the deep? This is a question I asked myself several hours into Giant Squid's foray into the deep blue sea in their freshman outing, ABZÛ. As described by it's creators, "ABZÛ comes from the oldest …

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Daydreamer Finally kind of Arrives on Consoles

Daydreamer Finally kind of Arrives on Consoles

Get ready for some sleepless nights as Daydreamer finally, kind of, arrives on consoles. On July 12th, the Roland Studios developed game lands on the PS4 for its full release. Unfortunately, Xbox One owners must search elsewhere to satisfy their 2-D horror needs since Daydreamer is officially PS4 console exclusive. The game will be published by Atlus. …

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