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GameSniped Video Game Review of Stardew Valley

GameSniped Video Game Review of Stardew Valley

The first time I saw the Stardew Valley PC game, I noticed there was something similar about it. I experienced a deja vu or a vague recollection of a game I played in the past. I dismissed the memory and focused on the game in front of me. The first time I found this game […]

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GameSniped Video Game DOOM 4 Review

GameSniped Video Game DOOM 4 Review

Kim here. I want to talk to you guys about Doom. My first experience with Doom was on a Sega 32X in the mid 90’s. I would go to my friend’s house after school and we would blast pinkies all night. I saw 2 and 3 but never really gave them much time or thought and […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Darkest Dungeon

GameSniped Video Game Review of Darkest Dungeon

The cruelty of Darkest Dungeon is what keeps me coming back. The latest game from Red Hook Studios has a creative new take on the RPG genre. By focusing on how stress affects a character I felt an empathetic connection with each member of my party. Never have I thought so much about the consequences of each decision. […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of UnderRail for PC

GameSniped Video Game Review of UnderRail for PC

Timelapse Vertigo begun development on UnderRail seven years ago. While originally a solo effort conducted by Dejan Radisic, it later amassed a team at Stygian Software – along with the original developer. The game finally launched on December 18th, exiting its Early Access period and entering a full release state.

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Fallout 4

GameSniped Video Game Review of Fallout 4

This past Tuesday brought us the highly anticipated sequel in the Fallout franchise, Fallout 4. After a nearly 7 year hiatus Bethesda Game Studios tosses us right back into the throes of its expansive wasteland that we’ve all come to know so well. Bethesda has chosen to stay true to the game’s predecessors and didn’t […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Sweet Home NES

GameSniped Video Game Review of Sweet Home NES

With Halloween only days away it’s time to pay homage to a forerunner for all the horror games that has followed it. In 1989 Capcom released the psychological horror RPG Sweet Home for the NES Famicom based on a Japanese horror game of the same title.

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Super Mario Maker

GameSniped Video Game Review of Super Mario Maker

Earlier this month, the Big N released an atomic bomb worth of fun on Wii U users. The element of surprise is all present in Super Mario Maker. You just don’t know what you’re getting into. Each new level poses as a fun challenge – for veterans and newcomers alike. Fan made levels will either […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Metal Gear Solid 5

GameSniped Video Game Review of Metal Gear Solid 5

What the Metal Gear series has done for the stealth game genre is well known and has garnered praise through every full entry. This latest installment, Metal Gear Solid 5 : The Phantom Pain is no different, but it does set a new path for what fans can expect from the stealth game series. Players are […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Rare Replay

GameSniped Video Game Review of Rare Replay

When Rare Replay was announced at the E3 2015 event, fans almost popped a vein out of sheer excitement. If you were looking for a blast from the past, search no further. Rare packs 30 games from its backlog into one single title. Rare Ltd allows gamers to take a glimpse at a by-gone era […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Odallus The Dark Call

GameSniped Video Game Review of Odallus The Dark Call

For those of you craving a classic Metroidvania style game, you’re in luck. Brazilian game developer JoyMasher recently released Odallus The Dark Call last month. This game is a shout-out to the beloved Castlevania and Metroid series on the NES. It also blends deliciously well elements from Ghosts ‘n Goblins. For example, the map gives you this 80s Capcom feel.

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Rocket League

GameSniped Video Game Review of Rocket League

Rocket League isn’t some average FIFA wannabe soccer simulator that swaps football players for futuristic cars. It’s actually quite addictive and will grow on you with every match you play. The game is best described as The Perfect 5 Minute Break, Rocket League is fun, charming, and most importantly, it’s simple. Everyone can play it, so don’t bother finishing […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Resident Evil Remake

GameSniped Video Game Review of Resident Evil Remake

The upside to releasing yet another installment in an already popular game series is that the bar is set high from the get-go. Resident Evil was first released in 1996. In the (nearly) two decades that elapsed since then the game has naturally lost some of its initial fan base, though it goes without saying that […]

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