Bridge Constructor is a puzzle game about… building bridges! It originally had a successful launch on mobile devices, but how does it fare on PS Vita? …Read More The post Bridge Constructor Review — Catastrophe Strikes the Handheld by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
DualShocker reviews Toukiden 2 and discovers new life in the monster hunting RPG genre. …Read More The post Toukiden 2 Review — Move Aside Hunting RPGs, the New Standard is Here by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Video game players, to some degree, like stressful games. Titles such as Dark Souls or Darkest Dungeon have players stressing out over finding the right way to defeat an enemy so they don’t possibly lose everything they …Read More The post forma.8 Review — True to Form by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
After years in the oven, Mass Effect is back, and while it probably won’t satisfy the lofty expectations it set, it’s still a satisfying RPG experience. …Read More The post Mass Effect Andromeda Review – A Roller Coaster in More than One Way by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Visual Novel fans are invited to play the Nonary Game once more with this collection of two of the best visual novels ever made. …Read More The post Zero Escape: The Nonary Games Review — The Best of the Best in One Package by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Touhou Genso Wanderer proves that the classic roguelike genre is still as addictive and fun as it is frustratingly difficult. …Read More The post Touhou Genso Wanderer Review — A Classic Roguelike for a New Generation by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Blaster Master Zero is the perfect blend of retro and modern graphics that is sure to impress both the old and new generation of gamers. …Read More The post Blaster Master Zero Review — Everything You Remember, but Better by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
It’s obvious that the developers at Milestone S.r.l have a deep passion for motorcycles of all types. Ride 2 attempts to be a very thorough love letter to the two wheeled machines with details galore. …Read More The post Ride 2 Review — Detail(ed) Hog by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
Gust take a huge chance with Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey showing huge potential for the future of the franchise, but may be too early of a concept for this entry. …Read More The post Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey Review — An Ambitious Step Forward for the Long Running Series by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Our review of Ubisoft’s third-person action game For Honor digs into the game’s epic battles and conflicts between Knights, Samurai, and Vikings. …Read More The post For Honor Review: The Art of War by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
In our review of the quirky indie from Infinite Fall, we look at how Night in the Woods mixes smalltown charm and quirkiness with 2D platforming. …Read More The post Night in the Woods Review – It Rulez, Ok? by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
The Legend of Zelda franchise started out by revolutionizing the action-adventure genre. Arguably the most difficult game of the series, the original The Legend of Zelda let players free-roam the map, approach enemies and dungeons far too …Read More The post The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review — Redefining an Age-Old Classic by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Really good psychological horror has been… well… lacking recently. Part of that is the collective realization that we, as a society, haven’t been terribly great at addressing mental health issues. And part of that is due to a shift in gaming culture. A good chunk of people simply prefer something a bit brisker and more accessible than your usual pants-shittingly terrifying, white-knuckle survival game. Observer is anathema to that. Presented as a mishmash of dystopic cyberpunk and hefty, unnerving atmosphere, it’s a refreshing twist on a classic genre. You play as the observer, essentially a far-future police officer who investigates crimes with the help of a suite of cybernetic augmentations. You can scan for biological evidence in the middle of a crime scene, and even sense electromagnetic fields. But, the most affecting enhancement is a cable that allows you to “jack in” to the memories of someone else. Once you’re in you can wander a dreamscape, always shifting and twisting around you, while hunting for clues. The problem, of course, is that memories, much like dreams, aren’t stable. As you search hallways and rifle through cabinets, the world around you will distort and change. Sometimes, you’ll enter a room, turn…
Yoko Taro, PlatinumGames, Keiichi Okabe, Yosuke Saito and Akihiko Yoshida join forces to deliver a fascinating game that is bigger than the sum of its parts. …Read More The post NieR: Automata Review – Yoko Taro’s Dream Team Delivers an Uniquely Charming JRPG by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.