Review: The Witness

Review: The Witness
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I remember playing Myst with my dad when I was five years old. We sat together in the computer chair, wandering throughout this enigmatic island with only our wits and a strange book chronicling the history of the island’s inhabitants. … read more

5 Awesome PSX Games We’re Stoked to Play

5 Awesome PSX Games We’re Stoked to Play
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For those unfamiliar, PSX is dedicated to the fans who have made PlayStation what it is today by throwing a private party filled with current and future titles for everyone to enjoy. … read more

Preview: Stories: The Path of Destinies

Preview: Stories: The Path of Destinies
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The wry narrator provides excellent commentary throughout Reynardo’s adventures, highlighting Stories’ tongue-in-cheek observation on traditional storybook tropes, like the convoluted logic behind naming weapons, or the narcissistic personality of would-be heroes. … read more

Review: Last Horizon

Review: Last Horizon
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Last Horizon’s introspective gameplay and perfectly composed ambient soundtrack make this a great little game that works well in bite-sized play sessions as well as extended periods of space exploration. … read more

Review: Race Driver 2006

Review: Race Driver 2006
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Race Driver 2006 Sumo Digital/Codemasters Reviewed On:PSP Street: 06.06 There are plenty of arcade style racers already here but Race Driver 2006 is one of the first attempts at a

Review: Xenoblade Chronicles X

Review: Xenoblade Chronicles X
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Within the first half hour, you’re treated to a sweeping view of Primordia, one of the five continents of Mira. The view is gorgeous, and it whets the appetite of any video game explorer—it’s hard not to spend all your time wandering, collecting and fighting the indigens. … read more

Review: Hard West

Review: Hard West
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Doom and gloom are omnipresent in Hard West. Every decision has a dark side, and every risk costs a bit of the player’s soul. … read more

Playstation Experience: KLAUS Preview

Playstation Experience: KLAUS Preview
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I don’t even want to think about the kind of person I would be today if the “Blue Bomber” was as conflicted with the very nature of his existence as Klaus. … read more

Review: Mordheim: City of the Damned

Review: Mordheim: City of the Damned
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Mordheim takes place in the Warhammer fantasy setting, which should sound familiar to those acquainted with tabletop gaming. … read more

Review: Knight Squad

Review: Knight Squad
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Knight Squad’s most attractive feature is the sheer amount of gameplay modes available to players. They’ve got your basics covered—deathmatch and capture the flag are available as team or free-for-all game modes—but it also throws a lot of interesting challenges into the mix. … read more