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Never Alone Review

Wisdom and Companionship   When E-Line Creative Director Sean Vesce branched out from his comfortable gigs in the video game industry to tackle a new game that is when he had a grand idea to form a...
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Birdman Review

Birdman Cometh "Popularity is the slutty little cousin of prestige." That line, said by Edward Norton during a heated exchange with Michael Keaton tells you all you need to know about Birdman. This is,...
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Escape Dead Island Review

Zombies. Zombies Everywhere. Opening by paying homage to those denizens of VHS bargain bins – samurai ninjas named Rob versus pharmaceutical-born zombies - Escape Dead Island swerves into the recesses of...
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Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal Review

Shattered Legacy Shattered Crystal is the antithesis of speed. Blitzing across scattershot levels, hidden items become anything other than optional – they're an arbitrary roadblock. Unlike the misshapen...
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Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric Review

Sonic Boom. Splat. Crash. A scarf will not save Sonic. Sega fails to see that. Sonic has struggled to fit in amongst the wealth of adaptable platforming heroes. He runs fast, he jumps, and has an attitude...
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Bayonetta 2 Review

Moon River Platinum Games returns with the fiery protagonist Bayonetta in its sequel to the 2009 smash hit Bayonetta. We return to the alternate New York City area with Bayonetta shopping with Enzo and Jeanne...
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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Review

Restoring the Unrestorable Halo is not interesting because of numbers. The slab of marketing material which touts “in” vernacular – 1080p, 60fps – treats Halo's legacy as a thin skeletal shooter in...
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review

Bright Futures   With nearly a decade’s worth of Call of Duty games released annually after two-year development cycles, Activision aims to let their best-selling franchise grow with Advanced Warfare....