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Smite Xbox One Review: Smitten by the Console Gods

By Daniel Perez, Aug 19, 2015 7:00am PDT

Smite has officially launched on the Xbox One today and if you're a fan of MOBAs, you'll want to check it out as it has great controls, a long list of Gods to play as, and multiple game modes that will please most.


"I played the beta, Love the Controller feel. My 2 MOBAS of choice are this and Heroes of The Storm. "

- GBurke59 see all 6 comments

Beyond Eyes Review: Walking Sticks

By Steve Watts, Aug 18, 2015 6:00am PDT

Beyond Eyes uses a gorgeous and inventive visual metaphor to emulate the feeling of being blind, but the high-concept idea fizzles as it fails to sustain interest throughout the short playtime. Our review.


Volume Review: The Disruptive Voice of the Future

By Josh Hawkins, Aug 18, 2015 12:02am PDT

Mike Bithell makes a return to video games with this futuristic stealth portrayal of Robin Hood. But is Volume worthy or your time and money? Our review.


Alienware 17 Review: Huge in Every Sense

By Steve Watts, Aug 17, 2015 9:00am PDT

The Alienware 17 packs plenty of power for a laptop gaming PC, though all that performance comes at the cost of portability.


Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Review: A Fitting End

By Josh Hawkins, Aug 10, 2015 5:01am PDT

Is The Chinese Room's PlayStation 4 exclusive story exploration as good as it looks? Our review.


"It is very much like Dear Esther, just with a bit of interactive area thrown in. It's a good ..."

- Joshua Hawkins see all 7 comments

Sorcerer King Review: The Unending Quest to Save the World

By Steven Wong, Aug 07, 2015 3:00pm PDT

Sorcerer King puts adventurers in a race to save the world. You have to gather allies and your strength before the timer runs out and the world ends. Do we have what it takes to beat the clock? Our review.


Submerged Review: A Rapidly Sinking Ship

By Josh Hawkins, Aug 05, 2015 3:00pm PDT

Submerged is a game about love, sacrifice, and taking care of family... At least that's what we thought it was going to be. Our review.


Rare Replay Review: Rare Game Preserve

By Steve Watts, Aug 03, 2015 6:00am PDT

Rare Replay is an easy recommendation for value-conscious gamers, but it has a surprising amount of historical heft as well. Our review.


"I haven't touche RC Pro-Am, yet, but I dd play through some of Conker's. And they changed the ..."

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The Swindle Review: Procedurally Generated Crime

By Josh Hawkins, Jul 31, 2015 2:00pm PDT

Could Size Five Games' The Swindle be the indie hit of the year? Our review.


"Awesome. This is my favorite genre now and I hadn't heard of this game, will have to check it out."

- lefthighkick see all 10 comments

Kyn Review: Skin-Deep Beauty

By Josh Hawkins, Jul 29, 2015 12:30pm PDT

Is a beautiful Norse fantasy world enough to save Tangrin Entertainment's indie-RPG from a lackluster story and bland characters? Our review.


"As was I. Didn't realize the low-spec of the devs, so I was expecting voice acting like in the ..."

- Joshua Hawkins see all 4 comments

Godzilla Review: A Natural Disaster

By Steven Wong, Jul 20, 2015 12:00pm PDT

Godzilla puts you into the destructive feet of the King of Monsters. Unfortunately, being the king is kind of boring.


"That Quicklook was amazing. He was fighting some high tier guy with 78 wins vs his zero and at ..."

- Nighteyes see all 4 comments

God of War 3 Remastered Review: Anger Management

By Daniel Perez, Jul 14, 2015 12:00am PDT

Kratos is back (sort of) in God of War 3: Remastered. Does Kratos' rage-filled story deserve another go or is this one remaster you should consider skipping? Our review.


"tell steve he has hella sick shacktags on the main page post btw "

- Downforce see all 4 comments

Traverser Review: Jumping to the Flipside

By Steven Wong, Jul 13, 2015 12:30pm PDT

Traverser puts players in the role of Valerie Bennett, who has the freedom to move between a floating city's upper and lower halves in a journey to free her father and uncover the truth. Although the game has a nice atmosphere, complete with a gravity manipulation ...


Quiplash Review: Just Add People and Lash Away

By Steven Wong, Jul 09, 2015 12:30pm PDT

Quiplash is a new game from the makers of You Don't Know Jack, and it aims to get the party started. But like any party, you need a lot of fun and interesting people to make for a good time. That goes doubly so for this game. Our review.


Rocket League review: premium league

By Ozzie Mejia, Jul 08, 2015 12:00pm PDT

For those looking to speed up the game of soccer, Psyonix is doing so in more ways than one with Rocket League. Our review.


"Was playing against bots all night last night. Great fun. Still haven't been able to find an ..."

- freakynipples69 see all 11 comments