Kalimba: PC Release | Review

The divide between the prospects of the future and the relics of the past is smaller than ever. Games such as Smash, Shovel Knight, and Rogue Legacy use the building blocks of retro platformers to perpetuate the platforming, arcade-style gameplay many of us grew up with, and the level design of non-isometrics uses platforming influences to create interactive, vertical terrain like […]

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Bloodborne: Bloody, Bloody Fun | Review

Several years ago my friend and I were playing through Dark Souls, our wits tied to no end, when I turned to him and said something on the lines of: “You know what would be absolutely rad? A Dark Souls with muskets.” With little provocation, and a stellar idea, we spent that entire night coming up with ways this could work. Needless to say, […]

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Dark Souls II | Review

  Dark Souls II(DkSII), the younger sibling to Dark Souls(DkS) in many respects, trying to be much more than its predecessor, but flowing in the veins of Soul-Vania, was probably the second game I had ever bought on release for Xbox 360. I garnered much respect and experienced much enjoyment for this next installment, and if you haven’t checked out Dark Souls II: Scholar […]

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Dark Souls: Prepare to Die | Review

With the recent release of Bloodborne I thought it fitting that I should write reviews on Dark Souls, Dark Souls II, and Bloodborne in order to express the gratitude I have for this trying serial experience. I might do Demon’s Souls and King’s Field, but we’ll see. Players may remember “Prepare to Die” as the chief slogan for From Software’s release four years ago, as it even […]

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection – Struggling online servers lead to frustrating launch | Review (UPDATED)

Halo The Master Chief Collection is at first glance one of the best deals ever to hit the Xbox platform. Containing every game of the Master Chief saga and encompassing all the multiplayers into one easily accessibly interface. This is what was expected of the first-person shooter upon its initial launch and while the collection of games does execute the […]

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Magic 2015 – Duels of the Planeswalkers | Review

Magic has always been known for its passionate fan base and expansive global community, and Magic 2015 – Duels of the Planeswalkers is a good continuation of the series that maintains the core gameplay elements while fine-tuning the experience. This most recent iteration of Magic is currently available on PC, Xbox 360, and iOS and Android devices right now and will be coming […]

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