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Xbox 360 Review: ‘Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2′

Pac Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2, Pac Man, video game

'Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2' improves on last year's effort, making the game a respectable option for fans of Pac-Man and the new animated series. Read More »

Board Game Review: ‘Shadows of Malice’ from Devious Weasel

shadows of malice

The golden age of epic adventure from cards and chips returns! Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Lords of the Fallen’

Lords of the Fallen, Dark Souls, RPG, video game

Despite some minor graphical issues and its lack of compelling narrative, and for that matter, originality, 'Lords of the Fallen' is one of the better games I’ve played, this year. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’


It's fancy, a smart sequel requiring a need to re-learn without breaking player trust in the worn sight/shoot/duck routine. Read More »

Dice Game Review: ‘Qwixx’ by Gamewright

qwixx by gamewright

Which numbers will you cross off? It's all in the strategy. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a fun ride but is held back by being more of the same formula from previous games. Read More »

Card Game Review: ‘High Noon Saloon’ from SlugFest Games

high noon saloon card game

All the thrills, spills, and cleverness of a wild saloon fight. Read More »

Wii U Review: Bayonetta 2


Bayonetta 2 is free to utilize the medium as a digital platform for an expose on femininity – in addition to being a button-slamming delight. Read More »

Board Game Review: Fresco

fresco game

Nothing is quite so exciting as grabbing a paintbrush and hurrying to beat fellow artists to the Church’s favor. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor’


Beginning to end, and with all of Sauron's Captains and War Chiefs lying dead at your feet in between, Shadow of Mordor is spectacularly fun. Better than that, it doesn't require a deep love or knowledge of Middle-Earth to make it enjoyable. It can, and does, stand all by itself. Read More »