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March 27, 2017 | PS4 Reviews
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8.0
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Planet Coaster Review

Though initially skeptical, I find myself pleasantly surprised with Planet Coaster. It hails a return to what RollerCoaster Tycoon inspired in players many years ago. Planet Coaster – The Context Earlier Millennials might remember the first hit that kicked off the management genre’s namesake, “Tycoon.” It involved making profitable (and at times amusingly dystopian) theme parks. Although initially utilizing a 2D isometric perspective, the third installment of the […]

8.0
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Watch Dogs 2 (PS4) Review

The original Watch Dogs turned heads during its preview at E3 2012. Everyone looked to as a marvel, the next step forward in video games. When the game debuted, however, it fell short of reaching expectations. The original Watch Dogs failed to give players the hacking fantasy they envisioned, feeling uninspired and rough around the […]

8.5
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Beholder Review (PC)

Keep Everyone Close Beholder by Siberia-based Warm Lamp Studios is yet another game claiming every in-game choice has consequences. A game set in a world controlled by a totalitarian government means that consequence is generally death. Your position as a state-installed apartment manager offers little protection, from both the government and the inhabitants you’ve been tasked to […]

8.7
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Dishonored 2 Review

When Dishonored came out in 2012, many players realized isn’t wasn’t a game as much as it was an engine for chaos and experimentation. While it was a fine enough story, the real joy in playing it came out in experimenting with its strange, wonderful powers and exploring it’s creative, well-realized world. Dishonored 2 is […]

9.0
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (PS4) Review

It all started in my game room back in 2007. Three friends were huddled on a run-down couch in a dark, musky basement around a CRT playing the newest game. Flashing lights lit up the room and anger induced shouting was a common occurrence. I remember my character sprinting to cover as a helicopter came […]

9.5
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Hokkaido, Japan – Hitman’s Season Finale Review

Welcome to Hokkaido, Japan, 47. Mission codename: Situs Inversus. Situs Inversus is a rare medical condition where a person’s organs exist on the opposite side of their body. In theme with the mission name, this assignment is often the reverse of what we’ve come to expect. Hokkaido, Japan The mission is set in a private hospital facility […]

4.5
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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4) Review

Following the current trend of futuristic warfare, Call of Duty has decided to push their series even further by focusing on outer space. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare may look different in grand scheme of things, but holds back any true potential by sticking to its traditional mechanics. Despite the new setting, setpiece moments, clichéd […]

9.0
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Titanfall 2 (XB1) Review

The first Titanfall was a success for Respawn on Xbox One and PC. It also ushered a new era for first-person shooters making mobility not only fun but also accessible. Pilots can wallrun and double jump in the multiplayer maps taking down opposing pilots or AI bots. Robot-sized titans were icing on the cake to […]

8.5
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition (PS4) Review

Welcome back Dragonborn Back in 2011 many of us poured hours, days, months, and our entire lives into The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Now in 2016, Bethesda has released Skyrim: Special Edition asking us once again to take up the role of Dragonborn. But is it worth it? Maybe. As an avid fan of the Elder Scrolls […]

5.0
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Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel Review

Dark Souls III in itself is a loaded experience. Players can spend hours upon end, crafting their perfect warrior and fight against bosses larger than life. The most avid of fans, by now, would’ve exhausted Dark Souls III of all of its content. Yes, the game is huge but it isn’t without its ending. That’s […]

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