Reviews

Inateck Bluetooth 3.0 Ultra Slim Keyboard

Inateck Bluetooth 3.0 Ultra Slim Keyboard Review: A Smarter Option Than Apple's Wireless Keyboard

Apr 17, 2015 04:06 PM EDT

These days, it helps to have a keyboard that’s versatile. Sure, you can buy a USB keyboard for your computer, but what about when you’re on your tablet, or even your phone? What if you’re on the go and don’t want to lug around a giant keyboard?

Tiny Guardians

'Tiny Guardians' Review: Tower Defense Without The Towers Mobile Game Looks Familiar, But Carves Its Own Path

Apr 16, 2015 11:08 AM EDT

A new take on the tower defense genre takes the towers out of the equation for a challenging, if visually familiar, mobile title.

Affordable Space Adventures

‘Affordable Space Adventures’ Review: ‘Limbo’ In Space? Finally, A Game That Fully Utilizes The Wii U Gamepad

Apr 13, 2015 02:55 PM EDT

KnapNok Games’ Affordable Space Adventures has the distinction of not only being one of the best games to use the Wii U Gamepad, but a remarkable adventure through an alien world.

Evolve

'Evolve' Review: Two Months Later, Is The Future Still Bright For The 4v1 Shooter?

Apr 10, 2015 12:07 PM EDT

Four hunters, one monster, two new maps, and a billion skins added to the game later- what will Evolve need to ensure we keep playing?

Dark Souls 2 Scholar of the First Sin

Dark Souls 2 Scholar Of The First Sin Review Roundup: Is The Upgraded, DLC-Filled Re-Release Worth Your Time?

Apr 09, 2015 06:01 PM EDT

The reviews are in for the Dark Souls 2 re-release, which improves various aspects of the game on all systems and includes previous DLC.

Apple Watch

Apple Watch Review Roundup: Well-Designed, Attractive, And Feature-Filled--But Do You Need One?

Apr 08, 2015 12:21 PM EDT

After much hype-building by Apple and speculation on the part of the press and potential consumers, reviews for the Apple Watch are rolling in.

Game of Thrones

Telltale 'Game Of Thrones' Episode 3 'A Sword In The Darkness' Review: Finally, The Game Shows Its Promise

Apr 07, 2015 02:20 PM EDT

It took three episodes but it's now fair to call Game of Thrones among the best games Telltale Games has done. A spoiler-free review.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D Review Roundup: How Does The Acclaimed Wii RPG Fare On The Small Screen?

Apr 02, 2015 01:15 PM EDT

The 3DS remake has to fit a big game on a small screen, and requires the New 3DS hardware--is it worth your purchase?

Cities XXL

Cities XXL Review: Serviceable But Dull, This City-Builder Proves To Be Nothing More Than A Re-Release

Apr 01, 2015 01:42 PM EDT

Cities XXL's existence was murky from the start, but it's especially clear in the face of a better alternative that this is nothing more than a rehash.

Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Review Roundup: Is The New Smartphone Top Of The Android Class In 2015?

Mar 31, 2015 03:32 PM EDT

Smartphones iterate each year, but it seems like Samsung might have made something special this time around.

Bloodborne

Bloodborne Review Roundup: Is From Software's Twist On 'Dark Souls' As Challenging & Deep As Its Predecessor?

Mar 30, 2015 04:40 PM EDT

From Software launched a new IP much in the vein of Dark Souls--does it carry the same successes?

Axiom Verge

'Axiom Verge' Review: Not a Metroidvania Game, But A Straight-Up 'Metroid' Game

Mar 30, 2015 12:40 PM EDT

Axiom Verge hits PS4 this week, and is a 2D retro-style game that you absolutely need to play.

Pillars of Eternity

'Pillars Of Eternity' Review Roundup: Did Obsidian Strike Gold With Its Wholly Original CRPG?

Mar 29, 2015 09:31 PM EDT

Obisidian, developer of many well-received RPGs in the past, seems to have done it again with its newest effort, Pillars of Eternity.

Hand of Fate

An RPG? A Card Game? 'Hand of Fate' Is Unlike Anything You've Ever Played [REVEW]

Mar 25, 2015 09:45 AM EDT

Hand of Fate is a wonderful game, but it’s nearly impossible to describe. According to the developer it's a "card based roguelike" which may be the closest and simplest description, but it also incorporates elements of deckbuilders, RPGs, and even action titles, to become what's easily the most unique game we've had the privilege of playing in a very long time.

Spirits of Xanadu

'Spirits Of Xanadu' Review: An Unnerving Descent Into Madness On The Far Side Of The Universe

Mar 24, 2015 03:51 PM EDT

The latest game from Night Dive is an unnerving, at times frustrating and brilliant, exploration into the dark reaches of space, and our very humanity.

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