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Hades review: Let’s get the hell outta Hell

Hades review
Hades is a spectacular action Rogue-lite that offers various ways to progress, but there's little reason to keep playing once you escape Hell. Right now, it feels like we're all living in an endless lockdown we wish we could escape. So it's the perfect time for a game like Hades,...

Former Blizzard CEO unveils his new game company Dreamhaven

Former CEO and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment, Mike Morhaime, along with other industry veterans, has unveiled a new game company called Dreamhaven, located in Irvine, CA. Dreamhaven will both develop and publish new video games. Game development will take place in the company's two new studios: Moonshot and Secret Door.

Deadly Premonition 2 review: York and Zach’s Bogus Journey

Deadly Premonition 2 review
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise retains the charm of the original, but suffers from a considerable downgrade in the overall quality. The original Deadly Premonition was a cult hit, a weird game that took a lot of inspiration from two other cult classics, namely, Twin Peaks and Silent...

Indivisible review: Somewhat divisive

With a promising combat system and incredible visual design, indie title Indivisible has potential. But as it progresses, it becomes harder to ignore its problems. Indivisible, a role-playing action game from Lab Zero Games, creators of the popular beat 'em up Skullgirls, came out after a successful Kickstarter campaign and several years of development.

Azure Saga: Pathfinder review: Straying from a promising path

Azure Saga: Pathfinder review
There is a lot of potential in this JRPG-style title, but Azure Saga: Pathfinder ends up painfully average in almost every way. When I started playing Azure Saga: Pathfinder I didn't know what to expect. It is an RPG game created by an Indonesian company that is marketed as an old-school JRPG title. I soon found out that this JRPG-style game is indeed...

Persona 5 review: Will steal your heart

Persona 5 review
The Persona series is much darker in tone than most games we're used to play these days, and Persona 5 is not different. It deals with world-changing events and unfriendly gods, and the group of school kids that manages to stand up to them. Now all that's left to establish is whether the sixth installment in the Megami Tensei spin-off series is...

Nier Automata review: 2B or not 2B

Nier Automata review
Nier Automata is a philosophical journey that keeps you glued to your screen just to see what it will throw at you next. With plenty of religious symbolism and existential questions raised throughout the story, one might think Automata is an overly-complicated and boring game. However, beneath all this philosophizing lies a really, truly great game. The game is both a sequel...

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