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Category: REVIEWS

We Happy Few - are emotions necessary to be happy?

I'm one of those players who usually avoid survival games, which is perhaps why I took so long to get to We Happy Few. Eventually my gamer instinct whispered in my ear: "You have to play this someday! Apparently it's very similar to Bioshock - not only in terms of its graphic style …". So […]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - review

For the last 10 years during the holiday season there was always a new Call of Duty. Not all editions of this series were particularly outstanding, but certainly it is one of the few series that keep their place on top. After the release of Advanced Warfare nothing will change in that matter because we […]

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - review

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor was a great unknown until the release day. And here it turns out that we have received a decent chunk of sandbox game which introduces a new level of gameplay depth  - and does it well. The main character is Talion - a guard serving on the Black Gate. The orcs […]

Destiny - review

Destiny is a strange game. Nearly the whole solar system at your fingertips, and players will just keep shooting into a cave. For hours. Literally. After mixing so many genres into one, the game has no hangover at all. But all that glitters is not gold. Destiny storyline is full of symbols and understatements. The […]

Watch_Dogs - review

The first footage from Watch_Dogs revealed at E3 in 2012 was not only a great surprise, but, in a sense, visualized hopes on what will the so called next-gen games offer and look like. It is true that the six months release delay could arouse doubts, but ultimately it was worth the wait.

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - review

Assassin's Creed (IV): Black Flag is the first installment of the main series with a different modern main character. The only thing left after Desmond Miles are his memories. Abstergo Entertainment along with Ubisoft creates games and movies based on the data drawn from the ancestral memories stored in the genes.

Frozen - review

The thing with animated movies is that there are almost always songs sung by the main characters. The trick lies in the technique of implementation them into the motion picture. Sometimes they can be really frustrating. Fortunately, Disney does the job with such grace and emotion that even the biggest opponent of musicals will not […]

Grand Theft Auto V - review

I had to wait more than three weeks to write this review because I wanted to capture everything that is on the game disc - not just the singleplayer mode available from the beginning, but also GTA Online, which was released on the 1st of October. How does the latest Grand Theft Auto look like on the not-so-new generation of […]

Metro: Last Light - review

Metro: Last Light is a game, which makes dark corridors and dungeons feel more safe than ever. And even a slight thought about an expedition to the surface seems to be worse than anything else.

RIDDICK - review

Richard B. Riddick is back in a little repeated, but still a good shape. If the movie was not the official continuation of the storyline from The Chronicles of Riddick (2004), it would be difficult to not call it a remake of Pitch Black (2000).

Rayman Legends - review

We should know now for fact that a return to the roots and simple solutions may be better than the pursuit of new technologies and photo-realistic 3D graphics. Rayman Legends, just like two years ago Rayman Origins is strongly inspired by the original 1995 Rayman and although the second and third installments were created in […]

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger - review

This time I have a pleasure to tell you about a Wild West game in Polish execution. The continuation of the Call of Juarez series titled Gunslinger is a come back to the roots after a not-so successful trip to the present in The Cartel. This time, it is neither a sequel nor a prequel […]

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