Archive for the ‘Impressions’ Category

NM Impressions: Crash Force

(Editor’s Note: Copy provided by publisher) Crash Force is a great looking game with a lot of problems, which is fine since the game is in early access and that is exactly what it is good for. I’ve been playing the game for the better part of the last two weeks, and while the foundation […]

[NM] Demo Impressions: Prey

(Editor’s Note: All screenshots from Playstation 4) The date, March 15 2032. The place, my apartment. I am Morgan, waking up to start my first day at a new job at the TranStar Testing Facility. After fiddling around with a few things in the apartment, I grab my suit and head to the roof where […]

Early Access Preview: Hero’s Song Is Certainly A Thing

Hero’s Song is a thing you can pay money for and gain access to. Thank you, good night. Alright, I’ll keep going. I think you could look into my history on Twitter and here on this website and easily lose count as to how many times I have said that I refuse to rate games […]

Impressions: Riders of Icarus

(Disclosure: Nexon provided a review key so we could get into the head start) My initial reaction to Riders of Icarus fell into the disturbingly common pit of “oh look, another Korean MMO with a gimmick.” Several closed beta tests later, not to mention giving away literally thousands of keys, and I can safely say […]

The Park Is A Decidedly Creepy Game Appetizer

(Editor’s Note: The screenshots in this review are provided by Funcom to the press. While I wanted to provide my own shots, none of my screenshot grabbing tools or even Steam were able to capture screenshots for some unknown reason) With all the news about Funcom’s death spiral, being one of the few game developers […]

First Impressions: Survarium

I took some time to sit down with Survarium, knowing full well that the game is open beta, still a pretty long way away from launch, and missing the key component: Free play. Still, with the game now open to the public and taking money, I wanted to see what the player vs player had […]

Impressions: Defiance Gunslinger Trials DLC

Gunslinger Trials is the fourth of five DLC packs in the Defiance season 1 pass, and if there is anything that this season has taught me, it is that the Defiance team has mastered the art of recycling on a level that would make Al Gore cry tears of pride. That being said, coming out […]

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