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  • Valhalla Knights 2 Review

        It’s been a year since XSEED released the original (and disappointing) installment in the Valhalla Knights series. It was a game packed with impressive customization and fast-paced battles, but ultimately featured a shallow storyline and left a lot to be desired. Fast-forwar...

  • Valhalla Knights 3 Review: All 'Sexy Time,' no substance - a fan disservice

    Valhalla Knights 3 takes place in a dark and corrupt world where nations crumble and empires fall. You are put in the shoes of a warrior whose nation was destroyed by the Beigen Empire. You are forced to do the bidding of your new Emperor, who has placed a life-threatening magic seal on your body. I...

  • Valiant Hearts: The Great War review: a powerful story told through the horrors of war

    War is not pretty. It’s full of death, sadness, emotion, and it corrupts the most noble and sincere of men. Valiant Hearts: The Great War depicts the horrors of war not by putting a gun in your hand but through an emotional story and an artistic style that highlights the gritty darkness that o...

  • Valkyria Chronicles Review

    Every generation of console has specific titles that define their genre to the truest extent. The original PlayStation had Final Fantasy VII, Star Ocean: The Second Story and Suikoden II. Its older brother, PlayStation 2, had Final Fantasy X, Disgaea and Persona 3. Now, finally, PlayStation 3 has it...

  • Velocity Review (PS Vita)

    Velocity is unlike any of the other minis available on the PlayStation Store. From the outside, it seems like another run-of-the-mill vertical shooter, but in reality it’s so much more. Combining puzzle and strategy elements with retro influences and styling, Velocity is jam-packed with conten...

  • Velocity Ultra Review: pure, unadulterated, 100 percent fun

    Velocity Ultra is a tech demo for PlayStation Vita's versatility. This full-fledged remake of 2011's hit mini Velocity is every type of PS Vita experience rolled into a single, utterly compelling LiveArea bubble. Space shooter action with innovative mechanics will push arcade veterans to their brea...

  • Virtua Fighter 5 Review

    Virtua Fighter’s eponymous debut back in the early 1990s signified one of the most crucial transitions in beat ‘em up history that changed gaming forever; the polygonal leap to 3D. Indeed, despite remaining one of the most venerable series that is still happily chugging along over a deca...

  • Virtua Tennis 2009 Review

    With its Virtua Tennis franchise, Sega has always presented us with an accessible tennis experience rather than a deep simulation of the sport. The foundations laid down by the first game in the series, the Dreamcast arcade-port of 2000, have changed little over time. Sure, modern console gaming has...

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