Rollerdrome Review – A Dystopian Delight – Game Informer

My roller skates come to life, whirling loudly on concrete before drowning out to the murderous symphony of shotgun blasts and rocket explosions. I spin to avoid a hail of bullets, latch my skates onto a rail, and then flip through the air, my guns blazing as I perform a flashy trick to bring the crowd to its feet. I […]

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Nintendo Labo VR Review

We live an age of unparalleled technological advancement. From the smartphones in our pockets to smart homes that connect to them. These strides in technology have also changed the way we interact with entertainment as well, with virtual reality becoming more and more common, while remembering utterly mystifying. And now Nintendo is finally joining the cutting edge of entertainment technology […]

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MultiVersus Review – Packing A Punch – Game Informer

Warner Bros. has given new studio Player First Games some of its most popular characters to carve out space in the Smash Bros.-dominated IP-crossover-fighter genre. MultiVersus succeeds where others have failed, but it still has some growing to do. Though LeBron James appears on the roster thanks to his starring role in Space Jam: A New Legacy, the WB roster […]

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Rollerdrome Preview – My Rollerdrome Preview Is Late Because I Can’t Stop Playing It – Game Informer

It’s Tuesday morning. I’m late. I’ve missed the embargo deadline for Rollerdrome. Across the games press, website authors have already published previews and stories about their time playing Roll7’s blood-packed sports title.  But I can’t stop playing Rollerdrome.  Instead of writing, I once again queue the Barbican Arena competition, the last leg in my six-level demo. The level begins in […]

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Live A Live Review – Sizzling Short Stories – Game Informer

I went into Live A Live expecting the time-capsule experience of unearthing a long-lost Super Nintendo RPG from Takashi Tokita, one of the creators of Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy IV – two of the best games ever made. Even with Live A Live’s design roots stretching back to 1994, little about it feels classic. The colorful pixelated characters scream […]

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Exclusive First Look At Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration

With Atari’s 50th anniversary happening this week, the company has revealed Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration. This classic compilation of games stretches beyond the standard game-collection bundles we’ve seen in the past, with aspirations of serving as a virtual, interactive museum to paint a picture of just how influential and important Atari was, particularly through the nascent years of the […]

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