Review | Project Highrise: Las Vegas (DLC)
4.0

Review | Project Highrise: Las Vegas (DLC)

When GameGeekz was invited to try Project Highrise at last year’s GamesCom, I was immediately surprised by its addictive and well-constructed gameplay mechanics. When I got to experience the full game a little afterwards, nobody in our team was surprised the game received a nice (and well deserved) score because...

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Preview | Nex Machina; gameplay really is King

Preview | Nex Machina; gameplay really is King

Nex Machina formerly known as Project Jarvis – being developed with Eugene Jarvis and all – is due Summer 2017 on Playstation 4 and Steam. So we’ll give you a nice preview on what you will be playing when the game releases. This fast paced top down twin-stick-shooter has all...

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Review | Aaero; addictive pick-up-and-play

Review | Aaero; addictive pick-up-and-play

Aaero is on of those indie titles that come in really handy. Long sessions of grinding for items, weapons and other loot take up time a lot of us don’t have. Titles like Destiny, the Witcher and Final Fantasy are a lot of fun, but we don’t always have a...

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Review | A Rose In The Twilight for PS Vita

Review | A Rose In The Twilight for PS Vita

A Rose in the Twilight is Nippon Ichi Software’s latest game in the “little girl in a dark twisted nightmare” series. And, in a way, it is a lot like its predecessors htoL #NiQ: The Firefly Diary and Yomawari: Night Alone. In order to progress through the creepy castle, you will be solving environmental...

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Review | Mother Russia Bleeds | PS4, Steam
9.0

Review | Mother Russia Bleeds | PS4, Steam

Le Cartel takes us on this uneasy, violent, psychedelic, beat ’em up adventure, and we are ready to overdose. Last August we were already sold when we played Mother Russia Bleeds at the Devolver Digital booth at GamesCom 2016. The setting, the music, the pixelated visuals and the absurd violence; just lovely...

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