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Adam Wolfe Review (PC)

on Sun, Feb 5, 2017 | By HB Duran

I’m a big fan of hidden object puzzle games, but not all are created equal. Mad Head Games‘ Adam Wolfe turns the genre on its head—using puzzles to tell a cinematic story with multiple layers that kept me intrigued until the very end. It’s not perfect, as few games ever are, but Mad Head definitely raised the bar for what hidden object puzzle games can...

Will ‘Logan’ Bring Us One More Great Wolverine Game?

on Tue, Jan 17, 2017 | By HB Duran

The first few months of the year tend to be a little bit quiet on the film front once the awards season excitement dies down. But in 2017 many movie fans are already getting worked up for a superhero project due to be released in March. The project is Logan, Hugh Jackman’s grand finale as Wolverine and a film that looks to stand out among the rest of the crowded superhero...

The Walking Dead: The New Frontier Two-Part Premiere Review

on Sat, Dec 31, 2016 | By Jackie Mueller

After dozens of comic book reads, years of TV binge-watching and two seasons of the interactive games from Telltale, I feel like I know what to expect from The Walking Dead.  At its core it’s about walkers, surviving walker attacks, surviving hostile attacks from other survivors and scavenging enough supplies to live another day.  It’s a good formula, but...

Rogue Wizards Review PLUS Interview With Spell Bind Studios!

on Sat, Dec 17, 2016 | By Trevor Boyson

Rogue Wizards is a turn-based dungeon crawler RPG from Spell Bind Studios. Funded through Kickstarter, Rogue Wizards has now released on Mac and PC with iOS and Android on the way this spring. Spell Bind Studios founder, Colin Day joins VGNS to give us a little insight into this seriously fun title. Q: What games inspired you to make Rogue Wizards? A: I’ve been a big...

Mini Metro Review (PC / Mobile)

on Sat, Oct 29, 2016 | By Erik Skinner

Mini Metro is a minimalist subway layout game published by Dinosaur Polo Club. It’s available for PC, iOS and Android. Click here to watch my video review. Graphics 5/5 The minimalist aesthetic of the colored lines of subway maps holds up on screens large and small. Everything you need to know to succeed (or at least try) is represented clearly by solid and dashed lines,...


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