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Splinter Cell: Blacklist review: Stick to the shadow or to your guns

Super-spy Sam Fisher is back to save the day once again, but somehow things don't feel the way they used to. It’s almost as if Sam is a completely different person than the one we met more than 10 years ago. He sounds different, acts different and even looks a bit different. But hey – people change. Consequently, Splinter...

Rayman Legends review: Fun in the purest sense of the word

In an industry of brownish, greyish action titles, Rayman Legends stands out like an exotic flower in a nuclear wasteland. It’s a bizarre little flower that keeps changing colors and smells (for better and for worse) and makes strange quacking noises from time to time. It’s weird and every bit as unusual as it sounds, but it is still...

SteelSeries Apex review: custom-make your dream keyboard

Right from very first look it’s easy to see SteelSeries’ new Apex gaming keyboard means business. It’s big, black and glowing with so many colors in practically demands your attention. And you’d be wise to comply, since the Apex is probably one of the fastest, and certainly most customizable, membrane keyboards in the market today. The first thing you’ll notice,...

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified review: Some tactical difficulties

Ever wondered what it would be like to the take the role of one of the soldiers in XCOM: Enemy Unknown? To actually run from cover to cover while shooting plasma weapons and keeping the world safe from aliens? Well, neither did I, but someone over at 2K Marin sure did; so they made The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. Turns...

DuckTales Remastered review: Rewrite history

DuckTales is an animated kids TV series that aired back in the late 80's, and as a kid I used to watch it regularly. When the DuckTales video game came out to the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System), I remember playing it over and over again. Today, 23 years after the original game was released, Capcom has decided to launch...

Deadpool review: Would you like some more Deadpool with that?

Those who don’t know Wade Wilson, also known as Deadpool or The Merch with a Mouth, should better fix that; after all, this is his game and he’ll make sure you know that. A quick introduction: Deadpool is a former mercenary turned anti-hero when his body was infused with Wolverine’s DNA. The procedure left him horribly scarred and bat-shit...

Grid 2 review: Realistic and still satisfying

I think we all can agree racing games split into two categories: in one we have games like Fortza Motorsports, Grand Turismo and the likes, while in the other there are games such as Burnout and the legendary Carmageddon. The main difference between these two categories is the driving experience; the first ones are more realistic and are usually...

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon review: The future smells like the 80’s

It's hard to describe a game like Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. You can just dismiss it as "another brain-dead FPS", but it is so much more than that. If I had to choose just one word to do so, I'd choose "Epic". Why Epic? Just keep on reading. Right from the start it is obvious Blood Dragon isn't your...

Poker Night 2 review: The stakes have never been higher

Imagine a round table. Around it sit a small robot with a God complex, a psychopath with an affinity for knives, a zombie hunter with a mechanical arm and a retired detective with a weird little sidekick; and they are all playing poker… with you. You mustn't forget the malicious A.I. that oversees the game. This is Poker Night...

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel review: Forgettable fun with a friend

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is pure, yet very forgettable, fun - especially with a friend. The action is always abundant, the weapons are powerful and destructive, and the annoying “bro-fest” from the previous two games was toned way down. The third entry is somewhat of a departure from the series’ formula, and some might even argue The...

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