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[REVIEW] Thanks to Handheld Mode, ‘Outlast’ is More Terrifying on Switch Than Anywhere Else
Outlast: Bundle of Terror Developer: Red Barrels Publisher: Red Barrels Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Release date: February 27, 2018 Price: $24.99 USD Having already played Outlast on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, I was surprised by how excited I was to jump back in for a fourth go when developer Red Barrels stealthily released … Continue reading [REVIEW] Thanks to Handheld Mode, ‘Outlast’ is More Terrifying on Switch Than Anywhere Else
[BITE-SIZED REVIEW] >OBSERVER_
>OBSERVER_ Developer: Bloober Team Publisher: Aspyr Media Reviewed on: PS4 Release date: August 15, 2017 Price: $29.99 USD Bite-sized Reviews differ from our more traditional, full-length reviews in that they’re restricted to smaller titles and, as the name implies, trims the fat in favor of getting straight to the point. What is this game and why … Continue reading [BITE-SIZED REVIEW] >OBSERVER_
ADR1FT Developer: Three One Zero Publisher: 505 Games Available on: Windows, PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One (releasing later) Price: $19.99 After Adam Orth's departure from Microsoft in 2013, he and his team at Three One Zero began working on a first-person adventure game called ADR1FT, which recently released on Windows and Playstation 4. Finding inspiration within his … Continue reading REVIEW: ADR1FT
Guacamelee Dev’s Vita Exclusive ‘Severed’ Releases Tomorrow. Yes, I said Vita Exclusive.
The Vita is dead. Or is it? Indie developers don't seem to think so, and neither do I, as new games arrive on a near weekly basis. Just recently we saw ports of Axiom Verge, Civilizations Revolution 2, Risk of Rain, and XCOM: Enemy Unknown, along with the release of Day of the Tentacle Remastered, … Continue reading Guacamelee Dev’s Vita Exclusive ‘Severed’ Releases Tomorrow. Yes, I said Vita Exclusive.
Why did I wait so long to pick this up?
I've been reading for years about how Mirror's Edge is a fantastic game with an amazing art style and plays like a first person shooter where you hate to actually shoot things. Every time I visit a Gamestop and peruse the used section I always pick up the box, look at the back, fail to … Continue reading Why did I wait so long to pick this up?