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Pro Evolution Soccer is released every year almost as soon as a new championship of football is on the way. PES 2017 is aiming to take football games to a whole new level, but can it attain these lofty goals? Yearly franchises rarely feature drastic changes, but tend to have many small tweaks to perfect them,...

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 expands on the original Championship Edition game, but brings it to the current generation. Is there enough here to keep...

Warband is a stand-alone expansion to the original Mount & Blade role-playing game that released around 8 years ago. It also comes to next generation...

On the surface, Hue is a simple 2D puzzle-platformer, but look a little deeper and you will find a lot of depth. In this platformer, you play as “Hue”,...

God Eater 2: Rage Burst is a PS4 and Vita remake of the original God Eater 2 which released for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Portable several...

In an age where games target the masses, and try to welcome as many players as possible, it seems as though any sort of challenge is masked behind a difficulty...

The first Carmageddon was released just less than 20 years ago. If memory serves me well, it was always part of the video game violence controversy,...

CyberConnect2 has got quite a good reputation when it comes to anime games, with the Naruto games being both fun and well made. So we were coming into...

Deadlight Director’s Cut brings the last generations Xbox console exclusive to a Sony console for the first time. Now almost 4 years old, does this...

We all know when Mighty No. 9 was announced that it was a Mega Man clone. The game came to light when Keiji Inafune, Mega Man’s creator, went on...

When Kick & Fennick was announced we were happy to see an old school style platformer coming to the PlayStation Vita. Jaywalkers Interactive has now...

I have tried getting into the One Piece anime once before. What drew me to it was all the talk about it being one of the longest running anime shows ever,...

The original Dead Island was a bit of a surprise hit. The game was a fresh take on the zombie genre, and the first person interface worked better than...

Homefront: The Revolution looked to be a game with elements of Dead Island, which sounds very intriguing and much larger in scope than the first game...

Lumo is unlike any other game I have played, the best analogy I could use would be if Trine was a dungeon crawler. But even then this wouldn’t encapsulate...