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Never Alone - Review [PS4]

Never Alone - Review [PS4]

written by DeadManDDProds No comments

In this day and age with people shouting from every mountain top and soapbox available, it should come as no surprise that a game like Never Alone exists,a game based on and around another culture and its mythology where you play as a young girl on top of everything else. It’s something that we're probably going to be seeing a lot more of and I'm all for it. I just hope those other games don't skimp out on the "game... Read more

In Space We Brawl Review [PS4]

In Space We Brawl Review [PS4]

written by David Klein No comments

The PS4 has distinguished itself as one of all time most friendly platforms for independent developers to release their games. There are some really brilliant indie games showing great creativity that you’ll never find from a mainstream game. There are others that are as amateurish as it gets that probably shouldn’t have seen the light of day. We look at the latest independent game to come out on Sony’s PlayStation 4, In Space We Brawl. In Space We Brawl has to... Read more

Ms. H Unboxes the Alienware 17

written by admin No comments

Ms. H from Mom's Minute unboxes the new Alienware 17 gaming laptop. Everything from the box to the booklets gets shown as Ms. H goes through the inventory.  Read more

Call of Duty : Advanced Warfare Review [PS4]

Call of Duty : Advanced Warfare Review [PS4]

written by Ali - 42 Level One No comments

Call of Duty. The game people love to hate. The Michael Bay movie of the gaming world, everyone will complain about it but everyone will play. This year’s addition to the franchise Advanced Warfare is brought to us by COD new comers (not including their help on MW3) Sledgehammer games. In this COD Sledgehammer have brought the franchise to the future. Exo skeletons and Minority Report stylisation galore. From the offset you can be sure…this ain’t your daddy’s COD. The introduction... Read more

The Evil Within - Review [PS4]

The Evil Within - Review [PS4]

written by GamingHistory101 No comments

  The Evil Within is the stuff nightmares are made of.  I'm not being dramatic, almost everything in this game will cater to the popular nightmares that plague humanity - in my case that happens to be clowns - and throws them right in your face.  That's not to say it is a scary game, because unlike other contemporaries the goal of The Evil Within is to disturb you and create tension rather than grab you with a quick jump scare (although it can't... Read more

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition - Review [PC]

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition - Review [PC]

written by GamingHistory101 1 Comment

Remakes can be a funny thing.  They skate that malleable and dangerous line that embraces works of the past while also attempting to enhance for contemporary audiences.  In the world of video games this has been met with a great deal of contempt due mostly to nostalgia blinding gamers to what a work originally looked like in addition to the stubborn view that a game was fine the way it was.  Whenever you even remotely touch a work, there will... Read more

Asus GL551j Laptop Review [PC]

Asus GL551j Laptop Review [PC]

written by DerrickH 3 Comments

When I was younger, I put a pair of house speakers in my used 1979 Mustang . I did that because I was a kid and kids like loud cars. Plus I liked telling people that I have house speakers in the back of my car. A couple of years later, I spent way more money than I should have installing a full blown audio system in my Audi 5000. I did this even though there was a flashing red... Read more

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter - Review [PC]

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter - Review [PC]

written by GamingHistory101 No comments

 Please Note: This review does not contain any spoilers. Lately there has been this push in game development to move beyond the formulaic nature of what big name publishers think works in video games.  It doesn't take too long to see the slew of complaints coming out of major titles these days: the explanation of game mechanics is too long, pacing is terrible, show don't tell, cutscenes are not a great method of storytelling.  From the presence of these forumlas and subsequent... Read more

Gabriel Knight : Sins of the Father Preview [PC]

Gabriel Knight : Sins of the Father Preview [PC]

written by GamingHistory101 No comments

It’s been at least 15 years since I last picked up Jane Jensen’s point-and-click adventure classic Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Father. Some revere the title as the best Sierra game of all time, which is quite a bold claim, and although I can’t say I appreciate it that much there’s no doubt it’s a special game. Now, nearly 20 years after the game’s 1993 release an updated 20th Anniversary version is upon us complete with new graphics, a new... Read more

Monkey Tales-Review

Monkey Tales-Review

written by JoEDigiTECH No comments

Now that the Summer is over and the school year has begun young minds all over the world are hunkering down to learn the building blocks for future success. Ensuring that they master certain skills is critical and requires practice. With that being said, the current curriculum in schools is much more diverse than it once was. As a result of that diversity comes less time to practice any particular skill during the school day. That practice needs to take place at home... Read more

BlazBlue ClonePhantasma Review [3DS]

BlazBlue ClonePhantasma Review [3DS]

written by Burr No comments

BlazBlue is a 2D fighting series known for it’s ridiculously overdrawn combos and chaotic twitchy gameplay, much in the vein of Arc System Works’ previous work in the Guilty Gear series. Interestingly enough, it’s also received plenty of praise for its story, a rarity for the genre. Because of this, it’s only logical that their latest 3DS release, BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma, would continue to appeal to its hardcore constituency by building on those solid principles, right? Wrong. Clone Phantasma upends everything... Read more

DerrickH Unboxes the ASUS GL551J Laptop

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ASUS sent AllGames a Republic of Gamers G Series GL551J Gaming Laptop to review. And the first step in all reviews is of course, opening the box. Take a look.  Read more

Preview - Interstellar Marines [PC]

Preview - Interstellar Marines [PC]

written by GamingHistory101 No comments

Interstellar Marines can be best summed up in one word: potential. These days terms like “alpha” and “beta” have been so overrun by marketing speak and promotion that they don’t have much of a meaning anymore. That’s not the state that this game is in, it’s what we would have considered “pre-alpha” and in truth I don’t think it’s anywhere near complete. That’s not to say that Interstellar Marines doesn’t have something to offer at this early stage, just that... Read more

The Golf Club Review [Xbox One]

The Golf Club Review [Xbox One]

written by DerrickH 1 Comment

I’ve only been on a golf course once in my life. I’m not talking about the Putt Putt courses with a spinning windmill and an orange ball. I practically used to live at those things. But a real, honest to goodness 18 hole PGA level golf course. That count stands at one. At the time I was a web programmer. I spent my days sitting in an office, writing the same apps over and over while our salesman convinced local businesses... Read more

Review - Divinity: Original Sin [PC]

Review - Divinity: Original Sin [PC]

written by Celeste No comments

Growing up, I always felt western role-playing games on the PC were underrated. Maybe it's due to the fact that I was only two years old when Wasteland was released. Ten years later when I was enthusing about Baldur's Gate, most of my twelve-year-old buddies were busy anticipating the release of the next Final Fantasy game on console. I mean, yes, I love Japanese RPGs as much as the next gamer, but the communities for the computer games I grew... Read more

Review - Abyss Odyssey [PC]

Review - Abyss Odyssey [PC]

written by Lord Moon No comments

“To sleep, perchance to dream,” in Abyss Odyssey therein is the rub. Out now for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC Abyss Odyssey presents a very interesting story wrapped in a brawler, a platformer, and a rouge-like game. Drop into the darkness.The story is set in the 17th century Chilean capitol of Santiago. Evil creatures are coming up through a hole in the center of town and threatening to overtake the city. You start out as Katrien, a swordswoman who... Read more

Review - The Walking Dead Season 2 - Episode 4 “Amid the Ruins” [PC]

Review - The Walking Dead Season 2 - Episode 4 “Amid the Ruins” [PC]

written by GoogleSCO No comments

After the phenomenal three episodes of Telltales “The Walking Dead: Season 2”, it was about time that we experienced our 'breather' episode. Just like any form of episodic storytelling, there comes a time where events seem to slow down in order for the audience to catch their breath. Although this episode has turned down the excitement factor a notch, that doesn't mean to say that we weren't treated to a lack of drama. The stakes were as high as ever for... Read more

Abyss Odyssey Review (PC)

Abyss Odyssey Review (PC)

written by DeadManDDProds 1 Comment

I have no idea what to think of this game. It's really weird, but not in any quantifiable way. Or at least not one that I can easily verbalize. It is so janky with everything it is trying to do that it is infuriating to play, but at the same time I can't just dismiss it as some crap game that no one should play. I'm so confused right now. Abyss Odyssey is about a wizard. This wizard is so powerful... Read more

How to Train Your Dragon 2 - Nintendo 3DS Game Review

How to Train Your Dragon 2 - Nintendo 3DS Game Review

written by JoEDigiTECH No comments

First, I'm a big fan of the “How to Train Your Dragon” movies. I own the original, watched the shorts on Netflix and I’ve recently seen HTTYD 2. The art direction in the movies is a visually striking mix of Viking craftsmanship, gorgeous landscapes, colorful characters and of course, dragons. They are full of great comedy and action I want to be a part of. That is always our hope as gamers, interacting with a universes that is deep, engrossing and... Read more

Review - Divinity: Original Sin [PC]

Review - Divinity: Original Sin [PC]

written by Mark Schjoll 1 Comment

 Recently I received a gift of Divine Divinity and Divinity: Original Sin on Steam as a belated birthday gift from one of my best friends, David. He had been keeping watch on Divinity: Original Sin while it had been in development and thought I might like it. I had never heard of the series nor its creator Larian Studios, but I was willing to give it a go. Divinity: Original Sin is a top down, third person, isometric view RPG. Think... Read more