Killzone: Shadow Fall Intercept Playstation 4 DLC Review

Killzone PS4 DLC

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War Thunder Playstation 4 Review - The Old School Game Vault

War Thunger

The Intro:

If War Thunder was a movie, it would probably have Steven Spielberg behind the camera. There are epic battles, massive explosions, hair-raising combat sequences and the sheer size and scale of the conflicts involving planes and tanks gives it the look and feel of a big budget film.

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Shovel Knight 3DS Review - The Old School Game Vault

Shovel Knight Nintendo 3ds

The Intro:

What’s bad about being old fashioned? It certainly isn’t the same as being nostalgic. There’s a reason why a lot of gamers still enjoy old-school games. It isn’t purely because they have a special connection to them since they grew up with these games either.

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Sniper Elite III Review - The Old School Game Vault

Sniper Elite III Review

The Intro:

Sniper Elite III has one card to play, and it’s a damn good card. However, everything around that one thing feels like going through the motions. When you’re crouching, steadying your shot, controlling your breath and sending some lead flying through the air from hundreds

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EA Sports UFC Review - The Old School Game Vault

EA Sports UFC

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Mercenary Kings PS4 Review - The Old School Game Vault

Mercenary Kings

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Child of Light Review - The Old School Game Vault

Child of Light Video Game

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Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn Review

Final Fantasy XIV Online MMORPG

The Intro:

Final Fantasy is one of the most popular franchises in all of RPG gaming. Through the years, Square Enix has taken elements of what makes the RPG genre great and blended it with fantastic lore, a distinct visual style and addictive gameplay, making the series a hit across multiple platforms.

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Don't Starve Game Review for Playstation 4, PS4

PS4 Don't Starve

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Murdered Soul Suspect Review - The Old School Game Vault

Murdered Soul Suspect

The Intro:

Salem is a curious place. There is an increasing number of ghosts who populate it, but they have more pleasant (well, relatively) existences than the residents of this troubled city in Massachusetts.

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Magical Beat Playstation Vita Review

Magical Beat Review

The Intro:

You’ve probably heard of Arc System Works. Even if you haven’t heard of them, if you’ve owned a Vita for any significant length of time, you’ve probably played one of their games.

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Transistor PS4 Review - The Old School Game Vault

Transistor Playstation 4

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The Amazing Spider Man 2 Review - The Old School Game Vault

The Amazing Spider Man 2

The Intro:

If you call yourself ‘amazing’, you better be able to back it up. If you boast endlessly about your ‘amazing’ music collection to your friends, only to have them come over and discover a bunch of Rick Astley tapes, you won’t be the most popular person in your group.

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Entwined PS4 Review - The Old School Game Vault

Entwined

The Intro:

Increasingly, we are beginning to see a new spate of games and movies that are primarily meant to be an experience. Entwined is one such game. It’s a visually gorgeous experience, with oddly calming and haunting melodies, and it will mean different things to different people. It’s a different kind of game, one based on the themes of eternal love and separation, and it’s presented rather abstractly. It’s a great trip, pun intended, even if it’s a criminally short one.

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Watch Dogs PS4 Review - The Old School Game Vault

Watch Dogs Video Game

The Intro:

If you actually lived in the world of Watch Dogs, you’d run into a lot of criminals, all the time. You would turning a corner on the street, just minding your own business, and out of nowhere you’d run into a petty thief or a chronic masturbator. The Chicago in Watch Dogs is not a pleasant place. It’s a place that has been overtaken by the excesses of technology and is infested with the lowest element of humans.

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Rayman Legends Game Review - The Old School Game Vault

Rayman Legends

Rayman Legends Review Intro:

Jumping ducks are an extremely uncommon occurrence. And ducks who can perform wall runs, blast off bouncing pads and collect stars are even more uncommon.

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Game Boy Advance Final Fantasy VI Review - GBA

Final Fantasy VI GBA Review

Final Fantasy VI Intro:

I became a Final Fantasy fan in 1997 with FFVII, and have played every (non-MMO) game in the series since. I only just now went back to the game in the series most likely to give FFVII a run for its money as best Final Fantasy ever

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Sega DreamCast, A Retro Gaming Console Review

 

Release Date: 2007
Genre: Role Playing
Console: Nintendo GBA
Section: Game Review
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The Sega DreamCast Review: A forgotten Console, Perfect For All

The Intro:

Considered by many to be one of the most innovative consoles of its genre. It’s funny to think that little white box could provide us a splendid home arcade feel. Perhaps even more interesting is the fact this may have been the first Xbox Console.

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The Walking Dead Survival instinct Game Review

The Walking Dead Survival instinct

Should We Play The Walking Dead: Survival instinct?

The Intro:

Robert Kirkman’s ‘The Walking Dead Series' of graphic novels are a tour-de-force of storytelling via sequential art. The stark black artwork brings out emotions better than most full-color big budget comics.

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Super Ultra Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX + α Review

Super Ultra Dead Rising DLC

The Intro:

Super Dead Rising 3 was a curious game. On the one hand, it embraced the new wave of grittier, darker zombie games, while still trying to instill it with the wacky humor that is a trademark of the series.

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