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A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4/Xbox One) Review

    It is not often that I am generally pleased by a game that I hadn’t read much about, and therefore had low expectations for, before I finally played it. That’s the case with A Plague Tale: Innocence, Asobo Studio’s 3rd person action adventure game available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. […]

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The Witcher 3 (PS4) Review

The Witcher 3 might have been the most powerful reason that drove me to switch from the PS3/360 era to the PS4 this past holiday season. Having finished Skyrim, I wanted to experience the next great open world fantasy RPG, and The Witcher 3 provided an opportunity to do just that. The witcher 3 is […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (N64/GC) Review

While the 16 bit era came and went with only one Zelda title, the legendary A Link to the Past, the 32-64 bit era was a bit kinder to Zelda fans as it featured two great Zelda titles. One of them was of course (Arguably) the greatest game of all time Ocarina of Time in […]

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Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance (GC) Review

The Baldur’s Gate series has been around for a while now and the PC control on a console was ingenious, and I do believe that if you like games such as: Never winter nights and Diablo II, then you should play this game… The game play of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance was very basic. It […]

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Alundra (PS1) Review: A 2D Action-RPG Masterpiece

Alundra is a special game in many ways. The game was released in North America by Working Designs in 1997. At the time I wasn’t really into Action RPGs, so I paid no attention to the game. Unfortunately, Working Designs released a limited amount of copies of the game which at least by my estimation […]