Get ready for a turn-based strategy game where you control various squids on their quest to save their underwater homeland from black ooze that you can take on the road? You are in luck! Here is our review of SQUIDS Odyssey.
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Swords & Soldiers was first released in 2009 on WiiWare. Is the Wii U eShop version of this real-time strategy game still worth your money?
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Squids Odyssey combines turn-based RPG gameplay with squid-flinging mechanics, a colourful world and 15+ hours of fun. Read why you should consider downloading it today!
The transforming pink puffball makes his way to Nintendo 3DS in a game jam-packed with creativity!
One of the biggest parts of video games is the amount of value you receive from your experience with the game. Did you like the experience for the offered price? Price and game experience go hand and hand to determine if the experience matches the price of the game.
Early this morning, the embargo lifted for Mario Kart 8, and the reviews began pouring out from all the “major” and “minor” news sites and blogs. We posted ours, but we have also gathered most of the ones we could find around the internet.
Mario Kart 8 is set to bring some new elements into the kart-racing genre, but is it enough to get you to fork over your hard earned cash for another loop around the Mushroom Kingdom? Check out our review!
Imagine if Futurama, a Telltale adventure game and Paper Mario were put in a blender. Stick It To The Man is (almost) as awesome as that.
Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or expert chess player, Pure Chess is sure to challenge you and improve your game.
NES Remix 2 brings 12 classic NES games and two new modes, but is it worth the price? Check out our review.
Recently, I ran across the 2011 documentary, Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters. What did I think of it? Check out my quick review!