Game Over

31 Xavierville Ave., Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Game Over
4.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
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Business Hours
Open: 4:00p - 1:00a


  • Sunday
    • 4:00p - 1:00a
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 4:00p - 1:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 4:00p - 1:00a
  • Thursday
    • 4:00p - 1:00a
  • Friday
    • 4:00p - 1:00a
  • Saturday
    • 4:00p - 1:00a

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Most Recent Reviews

Manfred M.
3.0 Stars

I never thought that a place where video games, alcohol, and food would actually exist. Now, we have Game Over, a restaurant slash computer shop slash boardgame place slash inuman place. This is the first of its kind in the heart of Quezon City. Upon I arriving, I immediately tried out their Family Computer, Nintendo 64, and Arcade machine upon arrival.

Come dinner time, I had three bottles of Heineken and a generous helping of some of their best selling dishes. I first tried out their appetizers such as the Beef Nachos and the Spicy Chicken Skin. The latter had a kick due to high-level spiciness; while the Beef Nachos were composed of generous helpings of tortilla chips with a load of cheese and beef. Not bad.

We then tried their Sisig Pizza. This thin crust selection had sisig and sunny-side up egg toppings on the typical mozzarella. It was quite tasty, yet not too unique or special. After this, however, the dishes became saltier. It started with the Creamy Salmon Pesto Pasta. This was composed of pesto pasta with a slice of stir fried salmon. The salmon was quite salty for my taste. This was followed by the Salmon Parsillade Rice Topping. It shared the same taste with the pasta, save for the noodles.

We were also treated to a helping of their famous meat dishes such as the Yakiniku Beef Rice Toppings and the Game Over Ribs. The meat of the former dish was not quite tender; and I had a hard time chewing it. As for the ribs, it was quite soft; but the dish was way too salty for beef ribs. I appreciate the fact that it came with roasted corn and a tasty sauce.

The burgers and salpicao were brimming with flavor; however the salpicao had the same hard-textured meat. The burgers were quite tasty; and it came with a good helping of crisscut fries. I think the burger took the night away.

The flawed viand, however, was compensated with tasty dessert treats. We had the Tiraccino or the Tiramisu Cappuccino. It was a pudding style dessert that had a mocha flavored based and a creamy texture. The Molten Lava Cake was a chocolate cake with a hot filling. Both were quite sweet and appetizing even after a long night of eating.

Game Over is a mixed bag for me. While it has great ambiance, the food still needs some improvement.

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Muffy T.
4.0 Stars

Had a Game Over sponsored visit the other day. First thing i noticed was the large tv in the corner and the wide open space. They also have a game room full of computers.

I was only able to taste the apps and pizza before i left. I really really liked the nahos topped with chilli and the spicy chicken skin! Both great beer matches.

The chicken wrap/burrito was a little bland and needed some acid to cut the garlic and cream flavour. Pizza was also 'okay' - also needed a little something more to make the flavours pop.

Aside from good food, you come here for the games. They have everything from old school super mario, to jenga, to the latest playstation games.

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Kristina E.
5.0 Stars

I never noticed this place not until I went to an event for a friend last weekend in Xavierville Avenue. When I arrived at Game Over I thought I can park just outside it but there is a wide (yet muddy) open parking space just across it. Still convenient compared to how getting your car towed.

The place reminded be of the general feel of Sheldon's Apartment in the Big Bang theory. The details put into creating that perfect geeky gameroom feel were just overwhelming. At one side you would see a glass shelf full of all gaming consoles. It made me remember our old Family Computer, NES, SNES, PS One and how me and my cousins smoked those consoles when we were little. For sure they cost a sum now as collectors' items.

The place has different areas: Board Games, PS4, XBox, Nintendo Wii and even a dedicated area to play old Family Computer games. Each area comes equipped with large LED televisions and sound bars.

I personally don't own a gaming console lately but the last game I've ever played was the Uncharted series in PS3. Per volume of that series takes me 8-9 hours of cumulative gameplay so I thought maybe if I don't have plans to buy the latest PS4, I can just occasionally play it in Game Over. In renting out play time for the consoles, it would cost 450php/hr. It sounds pricey but that already includes a free meal and a drink. Not bad because the servings of their best-selling food are already big.

For board games the places offers so many board game titles. It would cost 200php/an hour to play per head. I forgot to ask whether they also sell board games like in LUDO. I'll ask on my next visit.

This place also has a bar (it's that awesome!). During my visit tho, I've only utilized the charging bay of their bar. I was surprised they do keep a charging area in their bar. It helped me get home since I needed a charge.

Wifi is free in Game Over and it sure is rocket fast! So maybe it can also be a good place to hangout to get things done? :)

Game Over can be booked for events and birthdays for the barkada or family. They can be packed during weekends. It sure is an awesome place!

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Kheem A.
5.0 Stars

My son celebrated his 11th birthday with his classmates at Game Over Ph. He chose this place as we always pass by the area going to his school. Coordination with Jade, reservation officer, was smooth. All staff of Game Over are very helpful as well :)

The boys ate Game Over burgers which was very delicious and served with fries and dip. Pizza (margherita and super cheezy), salad and Pasta (fettuccini alfredo) are affordable and suprisingly taste good! Serving is big too!

Though I cannot really relate on the gameboards, pc games and Ps4 games... the kids really enjoyed! ... even extended another hour at the PC room. The boys also had fun for 3 hrs at the big couch playing ps4 while eating chicken puffs (served with lots of fries).

PS. Thank you Game Over for the surprise bdy song and cake for my son! Such a very sweet gesture!

Will surely come back for food, service and fun!

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Tin C.
5.0 Stars

I thought I'm over board games but...

I loved the food!!
- Terikayi Buffalo Wings: the staff said it's "spicy" teriyaki but it wasn't. It's just sweet but still good. Good thing they had Tabasco!
- Meatball Pasta: 128077🏼128077🏼 yum! Must-try!
- Margherita pizza: thin pizza that goes well with the pasta

We also played 2 SuperMario board games and Mario Kart, which are actually FUN!!! 128522

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Dada M.
4.0 Stars

if you are a game console, dota and boardgames person and wants to chill and drink this is something Xavierville can offer :)


and also a botter of rum.

the place is cozy, cool and very artsy!

and for me it is pricey, 200 per hour for boardgames consumable. But twas FUN NIGHT tho :) hahahaha

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Dijo S.
5.0 Stars

Fun, hip spot in Katipunan! If you love playing consoles, board games or other cool games while having a snack or some drinks then this is the place for you.

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