Tag Archives: Action-adventure

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (PS4) Review

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From hunting for secret treasures lost to modern civilization to shooting baddies and getting married, Nathan Drake has done it all through 3 games from developers Naughty Dog. Aptly titled Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, it looks like Nathan will be going out on one last adventure as this will be the fourth and final instalment in the Uncharted series. …

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Gravity Rush Remastered PS4 Review

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Gravity Rush was a game on the PS Vita that I told myself to buy long ago but somehow never got to. Reviews were good and the graphics and gameplay were positively unique to its time. Years later the game appears again to charm the next generation console gamers with a remastered version for the Playstation 4 (PS4). Having made …

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God of War 3 Remaster PS4 Review

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First launched in 2010 for the PlayStation 3, we saw the 3rd installment of the game make it’s way to the current generational systems at that point. Pushing technical capabilities, the God of War series was known to push hardware boundaries above and beyond their limits while maintaining steady framerates. Fast forward 5 years later, we see the remastered HD …

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Batman Arkham Knight PS4 Review

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The final installment of the Batman series by Rocksteady. Will this game be the one that the people of world need? Or the one that the world deserves? Batman Arkham knight has Kevin Conroy reprising his role as Batman from the first 2 games and some might remember him from the 1990’s Batman Animated series. The main villain scarecrow is …

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Lego Jurassic World Review (Playstation 4)

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As a big fan of the first 3 Jurassic Park movies, you can imagine my joy when Jurassic World was announced. Sure it had its issues of logic where high heels are durable enough to run through mud, swamp and away from chasing dinosaurs that want to snack on you but overall it was still an enjoyable ride. When I …

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Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) PC Review

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It seems like almost forever that PC gamers have waited in high anticipation for Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) to come to the (as some say) the master race of gaming. Even though ROckstar’s open world action-adventure was first released for previous gen consoles in 2013, it saw a remaster with next gen consoles like the PS4 and the …

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Grand Theft Auto 5 (PS4 Play Through)

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Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA5) is back this time on the PS4! Video game console’s biggest sandbox has made a return to the PlayStation 4. We got a copy and needless to say, we are proud to return with an article detailing our play through experience. GTA5 was in many ways considered by many to be one of the best …

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Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (PS4) Review

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The first to mind with “Beyond Gotham” added to the 3rd Lego Batman game, my immediate thought was the inclusion of more content from the DC Universe. While cautious at first seeing how DC has always played catch up with Marvel in terms of showcasing its “Universe”, I am happy to report that Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham comes out …

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Murdered: Soul Suspect Review

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At first look, Murdered: Soul Suspect sets itself up to be a Supernatural-meets-noir-meets-Ace Attorney sort of game. Developed by Airtight Games and published by Square Enix, Murdered follows Detective Ronan, who’s killed while on a case, and has resurrected as a ghost to solve the mystery and figure out exactly who the murderer was. Talk about working overtime. Gameplay Murdered …

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Watch Dogs Review (Playstation 4)

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Marked as one of the key titles slated for launch with the next generation consoles PS4 and Xbox One, Watch Dogs first made its mark 2 years ago at E3 wowing audiences which not only showcased the next generation console capabilities but also the exciting prospect where a launch windowed game would actually push the system’s hardware and bring something …

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LEGO The Hobbit Review

Before I start, I know what you, my readers are thinking : “Not another Lego game…” as you attempt to close the page or click on another link here at POPCulture Online. Well before you do so, do spare me some time and I promise to get straight to the point. Yes if you have not already noticed, the Lego …

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Lego Marvel Super Heroes PS3 Review

I know what you must be thinking, another Lego game? Developed by TT Games, published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, we bring you Lego Marvel Super Heroes. The Lego video games series have come a long way since Lego Star wars which infused the series with its undeniably cute humor. Since then, we’ve seen improvements like voice acting, Open-world hubs, …

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Beyond: Two Souls Hands On

Quantic Dream’s latest game is cinematic goodness In 2006, a (then) little known development studio called Quantic Dream announced “Heavy Rain”, it made waves in the game industry with its grandiose cinematic design; many doubted  the concept of a truly cinematic game, however critics were silenced after the game was released. Developers Quantic Dream created a new genre, a genre …

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The Last of Us Review

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A journey deep into the heart of humanity The Last of Us paints a grim, gritty and hauntingly honest depiction of the depths of human depravity- how low would you go just to survive? The Last of Us explores the very fabric of the human psyche 20 years after an extinction level outbreak. What if the fall of civil order …

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Assassin’s Creed 3: The Tyranny of King Washington DLC Review

It seems that it’s not quite an actual Assassin’s Creed game if it doesn’t leave players wondering what on earth just happened. To be honest, The Tyranny of King Washington (ToKW) really does live up to that standard. The DLC consists of three episodes that were released periodically over three months, and it’s really one massive “What If?” exploration. (Spoilers …

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