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Ashen Review: Praise the Sun
1 month ago

Ashen Review: Praise the Sun

Developed by New Zealand studio A44 and published by Annapurna Interactive, Ashen is an open world, action role-playing game in the genre style that Dark Souls so famously popularized. Set …
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The Gardens Between review: Be kind, please rewind
1 month ago

The Gardens Between review: Be kind, please rewind

It’s hard for me to imagine time travel as anything but a harrowing experience. Maybe going into the future wouldn’t be the worst, but the past is terrifying. There’s the …
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Bendy and the Ink Machine Review: The Best Kind of Nightmare
1 month ago

Bendy and the Ink Machine Review: The Best Kind of Nightmare

Released initially as episodic, Bendy and the Ink Machine is delivered on Xbox all at once with no waiting. You will play as Henry, a cartoonist that is invited back …
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Doodle God Crime City Review: A good combination
2 months ago

Doodle God Crime City Review: A good combination

There have been a few Doodle God games, but Crime City is much more vast in terms of content. Your primary goal is simple, to combine elements and create new …
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My Memory of Us Xbox One Review: Heavy memories
2 months ago

My Memory of Us Xbox One Review: Heavy memories

Once in a while, you’ll come across a title that was never really hyped up. You play it and find very quickly that you’re playing something very special. My Memory …
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Time Carnage Review: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Fun
3 months ago

Time Carnage Review: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Fun

When a science-fiction plot delves in time travel, the characters generally emphasize their efforts to not do anything that might alter the course of history. One such work is “A …
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Planet Alpha Review: Cosmic Platforming
3 months ago

Planet Alpha Review: Cosmic Platforming

Science Fiction has always been one of my favorite genres in media. When I saw Planet Alpha screenshots, I was instantly intrigued, having grown up playing mostly platformers. Planet Alpha …
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Sinner Sacrifice for Redemption Review: Difficult but no depth
3 months ago

Sinner Sacrifice for Redemption Review: Difficult but no depth

 There’s a certain cult following when it comes to games that are known to be extremely difficult. Maybe it’s the sense of pride when mastering them, or the never-ending pressure …
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ADIOS Amigos review: estoy en espacio
3 months ago

ADIOS Amigos review: estoy en espacio

Space travel is a fickle thing. For something that requires massive machinery and high-powered rockets, a successful mission relies on intense precision. Years of scientific progress and intense training go …
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Hollow Knight Review – The Darkest of Souls
3 months ago

Hollow Knight Review – The Darkest of Souls

Published & developed by Australian studio Team Cherry, Hollow Knight is a Metroidvania 2D side-scroller that borrows its dark, macabre style from games like Dark Souls, while attempting to give …
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