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About Nathan Bowring

I'm a software developer who enjoys gaming, and I know how cliche that sounds. I've been playing XBLA games for some time now, and I'm a huge fan of the price and creativity of these games. Writing about them is almost as fun as playing them. Almost.
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Donut County Review: A Hole New Experience
1 week ago

Donut County Review: A Hole New Experience

There’s a hole under Donut County. There’s a hole under Donut County. There’s a hole, there’s a hole, There’s a hole under Donut County.

There’s a raccoon in a hole …
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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review: More XCOM than X-Men
3 weeks ago

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review: More XCOM than X-Men

The only thing you need to know about Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is that you can play as a duck. A grizzled, gun-toting, anthropomorphic duck. The design is …
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First Games with Gold of 2019 revealed
1 month ago

First Games with Gold of 2019 revealed

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A new year is right around the corner, and with it comes the usual half-hearted resolutions, existential fear of time’s steady passing and new games for Xbox Live Gold members. …
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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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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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Nefarious review: crime doesn’t pay
4 months ago

Nefarious review: crime doesn’t pay

Video games love to put players in the role of a morally dubious anti-hero, or let you choose your own morally grey path, but few make you unquestionably the villain. …
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Life is Strange 2 starts off strong: Episode 1 impressions
4 months ago

Life is Strange 2 starts off strong: Episode 1 impressions

Beyond a familiar art style and a healthy dose of teenage angst, the premiere of Life is Strange 2 is setting up something entirely unlike its predecessor. It opens on something that’s …
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Bad North review: could’ve been worse north
4 months ago

Bad North review: could’ve been worse north

I’m going to try to refrain from calling anything in Bad North ‘simple’ because it would get tired quick. I don’t mean that in a bad way, in fact, it’s …
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Dead Cells review: Good genes
5 months ago

Dead Cells review: Good genes

Roguelikes are a genre I’m never super hyped about. It’s not that I think they’re bad, it’s just hard to get excited about a game I almost certainly won’t finish. …
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Jump Gunners review: don’t jump with scissors
5 months ago

Jump Gunners review: don’t jump with scissors

Tired of waiting in long lines at the airport, just to have your flight delayed? Troubled by the constantly rising price of a plane ticket? Sick of security invading your …
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