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Retro Review: Asura’s Wrath

Quick Time Events, barely clothed characters, one post launch DLC, over the top anime screaming, and Godly pantheons being decimated by one individual, all these ingredients make up the recipe for a typical single player game from 2012. Asura’s Wrath is a title you’d...

Retro Review: DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION

DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION is a prequel to one of the greatest sci-fi epics of all time. It's a tactical first person shooter with stealth elements, set in the future of a neo-dystopian Detroit. Developed by Eidos-Montreal and published by Square Enix back in...

Retro Review: Dark Souls 2

The genre defining minds over at FromSoftware started development on a sequel to the highly regarded and cult classic Dark Souls. This sequel would come to divide the fan base as many believed it was a step in the wrong direction in many of the games core aspects....

Retro Review: Gears of War

'Mobility, Gore & Lots of muscles.  For a game that was originally envisioned as a class-based multiplayer shooter, Gears of War has a significant amount of campaign time and lore surrounding it, reaching almost 30 hours for those who are more inclined to head for...

Retro Review: The Last Remnant

Over at Square Enix, the devious minds behind some of the most well-received RPG’s of all time had come up with a new idea. The Last Remnant started development sometime in 2006 and would release in 2008. It would be the first game from Square Enix to be developed for...

Dark Souls Retro Review

IntroAlmost everyone has heard of the terror-inducing difficulty of the Souls series. From gigantic dragons, vast landscapes, and magic of all kinds, the Souls series has it all. Dark Souls is technically not the first entry in the Souls series, that honor is reserved...

A whole new world with Final Fantasy: X/X-2

IntroThrust into the strange world of Spira, Final Fantasy: X sees us play as Tidus, a young man who suddenly finds himself in a new world. Spira is unlike the bustling metropolis of Zanarkand from which he hails, technologically less advanced and more primitive in...
Retro Review: Asura’s Wrath

Retro Review: Asura’s Wrath

Quick Time Events, barely clothed characters, one post launch DLC, over the top anime screaming, and Godly pantheons being decimated by one individual, all these ingredients make up the recipe for a typical single player game from 2012. Asura’s Wrath is a title you’d...

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Retro Review: DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION

Retro Review: DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION

DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION is a prequel to one of the greatest sci-fi epics of all time. It's a tactical first person shooter with stealth elements, set in the future of a neo-dystopian Detroit. Developed by Eidos-Montreal and published by Square Enix back in...

read more
Retro Review: Dark Souls 2

Retro Review: Dark Souls 2

The genre defining minds over at FromSoftware started development on a sequel to the highly regarded and cult classic Dark Souls. This sequel would come to divide the fan base as many believed it was a step in the wrong direction in many of the games core aspects....

read more
Retro Review: Gears of War

Retro Review: Gears of War

'Mobility, Gore & Lots of muscles.  For a game that was originally envisioned as a class-based multiplayer shooter, Gears of War has a significant amount of campaign time and lore surrounding it, reaching almost 30 hours for those who are more inclined to head for...

read more
Retro Review: The Last Remnant

Retro Review: The Last Remnant

Over at Square Enix, the devious minds behind some of the most well-received RPG’s of all time had come up with a new idea. The Last Remnant started development sometime in 2006 and would release in 2008. It would be the first game from Square Enix to be developed for...

read more
Dark Souls Retro Review

Dark Souls Retro Review

IntroAlmost everyone has heard of the terror-inducing difficulty of the Souls series. From gigantic dragons, vast landscapes, and magic of all kinds, the Souls series has it all. Dark Souls is technically not the first entry in the Souls series, that honor is reserved...

read more

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