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Tales From the Borderlands, Episode Two: Atlas Mugged Review (PC)

by Luke Brown March 17, 2015 @ 9:18 AM
Telltale Games
When last we left our heroes Rhys and Fiona, they'd uncovered a secret bunker in a bandit hideout rife with Atlas technologies. Unfortunately for the group, they weren't alone. At least after all the trouble our quartet of characters had gotten into, they'd finally had a lead on the potential fortune they'd been hunting for, right? Kinda? No? These poor, poor protagonists.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Review (PlayStation 4)

by Jon Ledford March 16, 2015 @ 11:42 AM
Square Enix
While everyone has been waiting for Final Fantasy XV to debut, Square Enix has ported Final Fantasy Type-0 to current-gen systems from its 2011 PSP release, marking the series' long awaited debut on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Type-0 HD's "Mature" rating and blood-filled imagery should be telltale signs that we're in for a different kind of Final Fantasy experience heading onto the new systems. Unfortunately, Type-0 HD doesn't rectify the shortcomings of its predecessors and simply rehashes the mistakes of the past while doing very little to update an already outdated PSP title.

White Night Review (PlayStation 4)

by Alex Langley March 16, 2015 @ 8:41 AM
OSome Studios
White Night, a horror-adventure game from OSome Studios, blends elements of noir films with old-school adventure gameplay and a striking visual style to create an experience that will feel altogether familiar to those old enough to remember gaming on floppy disks.

Codename STEAM Review (Nintendo 3DS)

by Jason Fanelli March 13, 2015 @ 9:50 AM
The team behind Fire Emblem has gone to some odd places in devising their brand new game, but they've also added some cool mechanics and a story straight out of Saturday morning cartoons to make the oddities fit right in. The game doesn't always flow perfectly, but Codename S.T.E.A.M is certainly a fun little strategy title.

DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition Review (PlayStation 4)

by Jon Ledford March 10, 2015 @ 8:44 AM
Ninja Theory
As a flood of HD remasters are hitting the current-gen market in an attempt to milk more out of yesterday's games that we already loved, DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition proves to be a noteworthy exception to the expected re-release formula.

Ori and the Blind Forest Review (Xbox One)

by Jason Fanelli March 9, 2015 @ 10:01 PM
Moon Studios
Ori and the Blind Forest is a massive undertaking on a scale that I had not anticipated. Where I expected a simple platformer instead lies a Metroidvania adventure sprawling across a map that doesn't fully fit on the screen. From the Forlorn Ruins to the Ginso Tree and everything in between, this is a massive and beautiful world inhabited with wonder and danger.