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Oceanhorn Review

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I hadn’t heard of “Oceanhorn: Monster of the Uncharted Seas” until it was released from Steam several weeks ago and Ken suggested I play it. The game was initially released to iOS in November of 2013, but was recently released to Steam on March 17th, 2015. Now that I’ve given it a good look, here’s what I thought. Continue reading Oceanhorn Review

Preview: Dungeon of the Endless

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Nick and I whipped up a quick video preview of Dungeon of the Endless, a harsh lesson in team work, tower defense, and resource management. Also Nick has trouble using a light switch, hilarity ensues.

Review : Axiom Verge

 

Axiom Verge can be a good looking pixel game, sometimes.
Axiom Verge can be a good looking pixel game, sometimes.

 

So we’ve been shy on updates lately, and that’s really my fault. You should never tempt working people into playing an MMORPG, they have a habit of, uh, disappearing. To make good on that I’m kicking us back into gear with a review of a new PS4 Indie title, Axiom Verge.

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Bloodborne Review

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Who put all these gnarled nightmare trees here? Does Home Depot have a Halloween themed garden department?

I have put off writing this review again, and again, and again. I did so because I was never certain I had seen everything. I’m still not certain, but I feel positive that I can talk about Bloodborne with some authority now. So how does what is perhaps Sony’s biggest release of the year stack up? Read further for our Bloodborne review to find out.

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Oceanhorn Preview

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While Ken has kept himself busy with Bloodborne this week, I’ve been playing through a new title he recommended, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas. Truth be told I hadn’t heard of the game before he sent me a trailer. The video could have been mistaken for The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker if you had only briefly looked at it. Ken felt that my love of the Zelda series made me uniquely qualified among us to give the game a proper play through and review. I’m not quite ready to give a full review of the game yet because there’s too much left to see. While you wait, Tyler has cut a short preview video of me playing through the Abandoned Mines dungeon to give you guys an idea of what the game is like. Keep an eye out for my full review later this week. Continue reading Oceanhorn Preview