Mega Coin Squad (Xbox One) Review

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Video game characters seem to be either constantly in need of some cash or suffer with severe OCD. It’s the only way to explain why they are so often obsessed with collecting coins, rings and treasure when they are supposed to be recusing princesses or saving the world. Big Pixel Studios have taken a different […]

Rogue Legacy (Xbox One) Review

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Rogue Legacy is an indie platformer that has been around on PC since June 2013. Last summer it saw ports finally hit home consoles when it became available on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Xbox One gamers though haven’t had a chance to play the highly regarded title until […]

Project Root (Xbox One) Review

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The shoot ‘em up genre has seen something of a resurgence in recent years, with bullet hell games in particular becoming ever more popular across a variety of platforms. The Xbox One though is lagging behind in this regard with very few titles available that will satisfy fans of the genre. That has now changed […]

Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

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After a lot of waiting, a LOT of previews, trailers, teases, reveals, and more, Avengers: Age of Ultron has come out, and I have seen it. So, why review it now? Well, I feel this is a little better, as I can give a full-on spoiler filled review instead of trying to dance around the […]

Shovel Knight (Xbox One) Review

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Shovel Knight began life as a Kickstarter project by a group of developers who wanted to create a game that hearkened back to the glory days of the NES. It went on to release on PC, Wii U and Nintendo 3DS to great critical acclaim and recently saw a release on Sony’s PlayStation platforms. Now […]

Retrospective Reviews – Blue Dragon

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Retrospective Reviews is a new regular series at PopGeeks that looks back at great games that you may have missed when they first released. The idea is to introduce you to the titles in an honest and frank way with the hope that you go back and play them if they sound appealing to you. […]

WonderCon 2015: Batman vs. Robin Review

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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment previewed an early screening of Batman vs. Robin for fans and attendees at WonderCon 2015 at the Anaheim Convention Center. As a huge fan of the Damian Wayne version of Robin, as well as The Court of Owls storyline from the Batman comics, I was excited to see […]

Marvel’s Daredevil Review: You Will Believe in a Man Without Fear

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Later this week, Marvel Studios and Netflix will launch the first of several Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows in Daredevil. The series is a long time coming since the 2003 disappointment of the original Daredevil movie from 20th Century Fox, which starred Ben Affleck. Many years have passed, and the rights for the character fell […]

The Last Of Us Creator Wrote A Book, And It’s Just As Good

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Neil Druckmann, the writer behind The Last Of Us, has now released A Second Chance At Sarah, his first original graphic novel, through Dark Horse. If you liked The Last Of Us — and of course you did, everybody does — then you really owe it to yourself to seek out A Second Chance At […]

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Review

Halo: Master Chief Collection

With the release of the Xbox One and PlayStation there has already been a flurry of remastered versions of previously released titles. Halo: The Master Chief Collection however strives to provide more value than other offerings by including four games in one unique bundle, with the two oldest titles receiving an impressive graphical update. With […]

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