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Five Nights at Freddy's


Average: 7.5
Comments: None
“Five Nights At Freddy's is one of the biggest games of 2014... at least on the internet, especially amongst Let's Players such as PewDiePie. In fact, it's easy to think that this game was made purely for them to promote the hell out of since even God's Youtube channel has less subscribers and I can't name controversial hate videos that pull in more views. I mean, there's also the want to create something innovative in the indie horror market, to really try and spook the crap out of whoever's playing it by having creepy monsters lurk about a dark pizza restaurant. But instead of exploring this restaurant like you would in Resident Evil, you get to sit in the security room to watch the monitors! I guess the idea is to make you defenseless for when you do get caught by these monstrosities without it essentially being Clock Tower but in a pizza place... but you know what? I would've preferred that over this. It's not like this is a bad game. In fact, when you first play it, you'd think that this would be a...”


Average: 8.0
Comments: None
“After the somewhat more experimental affectations of Chain Of Memories, Square-Enix had found themselves back to the drawing board in regards to how they'll really follow up the first Kingdom Hearts game. Do they dare to make things bigger and badder with more explosions, or do they simply quote themselves? Personally, I'd not bother and just try something new, but Square-Enix don't like the idea of trying something new – coming up with new ideas is hard work! So what they'd decided to do was make Kingdom Hearts bigger and better than ever, with a more involving storyline and more intense combat so that it can compete with the God Of Wars and Devil May Cries of the world. It's an admirable goal considering that they were reasonably high grossing games in 2005, plus Kingdom Hearts 1 itself was a best seller (hence this game's existence). In fact, it's a sensible move on their part and on paper, Kingdom Hearts 2 should be a fantastic followup to the fantastic Kingdom Hearts 1. In practice, however, Kingdom...”


Average: 3.7
Comments: None
“With everything that was said and done about the first Lords Of Shadow game, Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow – Mirror Of Fate was Mercury Steam doing everything they could to fuse all three Castlevania styles. You got the battle system inspired by Lords Of Shadow, the level designs inspired by the Metroidvanias like Symphony Of The *bleep*ing Night, and you got moments inspired by the Vintagevanias like the NES Castlevania games. Sounds like a golden deal, right? Sadly, that's not the case as Mirror Of Fate *bleep*ing sucks. It's not a technical nightmare, but its haphazard attempt to mesh all three eras of Castlevania together just to appease the fans ultimately comes across as soupy mashed potatoes. It's runny, it tastes disgusting and you'll be puking that shit out half an hour later. I find that it's because Mercury Steam really wanted to please old school fans while pleasing fans of current Castlevania, that they're tripping over their shoes. Now, that's not to say that it's an innately bad idea to...”


Average: 7.5
Comments: None
AvatarProfessor, please. I saw her face.
Written by Spook on Oct 13, 2014
“Nanashi no Game Developer: Epics Publisher: Square-Enix Release Date: Jul 3, 2008 (JP) Platform(s): Nintendo 3DS Nanashi no Game (lit. Nameless Game) is a first-person survival horror game developed by Epics and published by Square-Enix for the Nintendo DS. The story unfolds with the player assuming the role of a university student living in Tokyo. When an absent classmate, Odaka, sends the player a package containing a nameless videogame for the fictional Twin Screen handheld, normalcy goes out the window. After booting up the game, Odaka's girlfriend interrupts the player and tells him to visit their apartment. Upon arrival it is clear that Odaka met with a grim fate, when he is found drowned in the bathtub, TS in hand. Shortly after, it is revealed that he in fact was not the person responsible for sending the game to the player, but was instead trying to stop it from spreading and killing others. Over the course of the next week it becomes apparent that anyone who plays the game dies...”


Average: 10
Comments: None
AvatarGame of the Century
Written by daveyd on Oct 12, 2014
“Video games are supposed to be fun. For me, they don't get any more fun than RPGs. To take on the role of a character and gradually progress in power as they explore a world and complete quests makes for a really immersive experience no other genre can offer. And yet, as a long time RPG fan, I have to admit that many RPGs, even most of the greats, contain elements that aren't much fun. Modern RPGs often start out with a tutorial dungeon or area that isn't very exciting or challenging but exists solely to teach you the game's rules and mechanics. If you ever start a new game you'll likely skip it if given the option... It is common to see RPGs riddled with fetch quests. They're not usually fun either but we put up with them because we're rewarded with some exp, new equipment, or money to buy gear with. Many RPGs essentially require players to grind, killing random / re-spawning enemies until their character/s are strong enough to defeat a boss enemy and advance the story. While some RPG fans may actually...”
Forge of Empires


Average: 7.0
Comments: None
“The gameplay of Forge of Empires makes it easy for any new player to start his or her own empire. Although it seems tedious to drag buildings on adequate space, each player quickly finds out that their resources are severely limited. This, I think, serves as the greatest reinforcement to the fact that Forge of Empires is one of the most strategic games out there. I found that I couldn’t carelessly build anything unless I wanted to set it up for failure; I had to incorporate factors like efficiency, amount of resources, and to a lesser extent, aesthetics. The phrase, “great power comes with great responsibility”, personifies in Forge of Empires’ gameplay; your decisions influence your kingdom for ages to come. Forge of Empires’ gameplay made me think probably the most amount of time I’ve ever spent thinking about what to do. Exciting as this sounds, this feeling of power fades away regretfully fast. As you progress, well you don’t even have to progress very far, into the game, probably most of the available...”


Average: 8.5
Comments: None
“A very fun Zelda themed beat-em-up to say the least. If you are a fan of Dynasty Warriors or The Legend of Zelda it's worth it's hefty price tag. Not to mention the lackluster library for the Wii U unless your a hardcore Mario fan. Some people look badly upon DLC, which this game has, but a $20 Season Pass is a pretty good deal for 4 Packs and a Dark Link costume for Link. Not to mention it has free title updates which add a new weapon for Link, a few new options, a new game mode and 4 playable characters....”


Average: 6.9
Comments: None
AvatarDeus Ex makes cyborgs cool!
Written by Hell_Fire on Oct 7, 2014
“Deus Ex: Human revolution has been around for a while, but for me, there has always been ‘something else to play’. As a sequel to the critically acclaimed Deus Ex of 2001, it naturally generated a lot of public interest, and is a game that I probably should have played a lot sooner. In a time when RPG-shooters are becoming increasingly popular, Deus Ex: Human Revolution (DE:HR) stands out as one of the better titles which could quite easily eat away into your spare time. Sci-Fi has always fascinated me, and I particularly like it when a setting really grabs me. Set 25 years before the original game, DE:HR revolves around the development of biomechanical augmentations. The world is split down the middle with those who believe it is mankind’s only hope of evolution, and others who believe it is taking the human race down a disastrous path. You play the role of Adam Jenson, who is stuck right in the center of it. You see, he is a security officer for Sarif Industries (one of the world’s leading...”

Recent Comments

Avatarre: Now I get to pull his teeth out!
Commented written by Taake on Oct 16, 2014
“Aye yai yai... although in all actuality, the Nintendo 64 Bomberman games were quite abhorrent. Funny enough, I actually have a soft spot for Bomberman Hero despite its somewhat generic appearance. With that being said, I do recommend that you do play the Super Nintendo and Gamecube Bomberman games as they are quite a bit of fun not to mention that, especially the Gamecube ones, are more to your fitting based on what you've written about Bomberman Hero.”
Avatarre: Kleptomania: The Game
Commented written by Taake on Oct 16, 2014
“Going to have to keep my eye on this since you make it sound like a rather lovely game.”
Avatarre: A good sequel if I ever saw one!
Commented written by ValeskaNyx on Oct 4, 2014
“I agree that Fable II is awesome. So far, my favorite of the Fable games. The gender choice is great and there is even a potion later on in the game that can change your gender if you want. Great review, by the way.”
Avatarre: Karts Are So Last Gen
Commented written by GameOver on Sep 23, 2014
“I didn't expect a score like that. Nice review, IP.”
Avatarre: A Super Powered Romp
Commented written by Solid Snake 4Life on Sep 16, 2014
“Minds yeah the moral choices were definitely a missed opportunity on Sucker Punches part. Nothing you did really seemed to make an impact. From a narrative standpoint there was little reason to replay the game. And thanks for the feedback! It's always appreciated.”