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Taichi Panda: Heroes Review

The core of Taichi Panda: Heroes is, of course, the RPG, and if you're the kind of player who loves all of the crunchy bits that come with certain JRPGs and tactical RPGs, you're going to like what Taichi Panda: Heroes has to offer.The main form of interaction and progression in Taichi Panda: Heroes is, of course, combat -- and this is really where the game shines.

Offworld Trading Company - A Financial RTS that will get you hooked

Offworld Trading Company is an Economic RTS based on corporate expansion on Mars.There is also a very limited number of resource claims, which makes your early game choices matter until the very end.

Pocket Card Jockey Review - Just in Time for Derby Day

It's been years since I've encountered a horse racing game of any sort.This horse racing game is developed by Game Freak which is best known for being the primary developer of the Pokemon series.

Homefront The Revolution lets you make America great again, open-world style

Somehow its been six years since the previous Homefront game came out, and now we finally get a sequel.In this version of the Homefront experience with an alternate timeline, the United States became reliant overly-reliant on Korean technology, including military hardware.

DOOM Review: Scuffing the luster of a franchise

In Synzer's review, he really punctuates on what it is about DOOM that gives us the classic take on first person shooters.I feel that while there is nostalgia to be reached, this is the game's biggest error.

Life Goes On: Done to Death review -- Death is only the beginning

If you're planning on picking up Life Goes On:  Done to Death, the newly released puzzle platformer by Infinite Monkeys Entertainment, get ready to die.In Life Goes On:  Done to Death, you'll need to use death to your advantage, bringing you one step closer to the finish line.

Dunky's Review of Uncharted 4 Is Absolutely Hilarious

If you don't know videogamedunkey, you're about to.His scathing and witty reviews are both hilarious and acerbic, while picking apart the kinds of things that matter most in games: is it fun?

Far Harbor: the Fallout 4 DLC you've been waiting for!

If you've been craving new actual content, and not just brief side quests and the ability to craft additional companions or beef up your settlements, then Far Harbor is absolutely the DLC you have been waiting for.Changes from the base game are probably the biggest draw here, especially if you are tired of exploring the Commonwealth.

A hands-on (ha!) with PornHub's NSFW BangFit mobile game

and measures out how many points you've burned by successfully keeping up with the Miami Vice-esque synthetic drums and electronic keyboard.The game also tries to be accessible.

Still On The Fence About Far Harbor? Check This Out Before You Buy

With that gargantuan size comes the promise of much more to do in the already sprawling world of Fallout 4.This review of Far Harbor sheds some light on what you can look forward to in the game's new content.

Hasta la Vista, Baby! (Broforce Review)

Broforce is a game that brings back everything good about platformers back in the day.Being able to stream it right off your PlayStation 4 has helped a lot of starting out YouTubers and Twitch users.

Overwatch Review: A true game-changer

So, here we are, after tantalizing us for months with numerous beta events, Blizzard’s first multiplayer shooter Overwatch is finally available for purchase.Being one of the most hyped releases of the year, you’ve probably been hearing about it everywhere; it is a Blizzard game after all.

[Review] One Piece: Burning Blood is Stuck in Second Gear

Most One Piece: Burning Blood matches devolve into strafe-fests, with players doing their best to avoid long range attacks and countering with long-range attacks of their own.Now, for all the negatives the game's combat brings, the set dressing for the game is amazing.

One Piece: Burning Blood is Stuck in Second Gear

Most One Piece: Burning Blood matches devolve into strafe-fests, with players doing their best to avoid long range attacks and countering with long-range attacks of their own.Now, for all the negatives the game's combat brings, the set dressing for the game is amazing.

Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book Review

And while Atelier Sophie doesn't feel like the most diverse entry in the series as a whole, this title still has a sufficient amount of adventure to please fans of the genre.Atlelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book is a Japanese role-playing game created by Gust Co Ltd.

[Review] Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus: Come for the fighting stay for the boobs!

You play as female ninja warriors fighting through hordes of enemies in a Dynasty Warriors style of gameplay.From the very beginning, you see the focus of the game is on the boobs and assees of the girls.

John Green Reviews Daddy Long Legs

Author of The Fault in Our Stars and YouTube personality John Green recently reviewed the mobile app Daddy Long Legs on his channel.The game has players trying to walk for as long as possible by tapping the screen.

WASTED Review: Here's the TP

I really wanted to make jokes about how WASTED is a wasted endeavour for developer Mr.Or to say things like "was the developer wasted while making this?

Zero Time Dilemma Review: It's About Time

This, coupled with the fact that the final installment of the Zero Escape series was thought to be cancelled for over a year, meant that fans of the series have a lot to be worried about.When these episodes take place is uncertain until they've been completed, whereupon you're shown where they fit into the game's branching flowchart.

Ellipsis Review - Minimalism at its finest

I say seemingly because after time you'll realize that this galaxy is many things but small.One of Ellipsis' greatest strengths is that its difficulty is organic.