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Void Vikings Review: Ballistics and Academics
1 month ago

Void Vikings Review: Ballistics and Academics

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Two words strike fear into even the most jaded twenty-something: student loans. All that education and all that partying came with a price that makes its presence truly known just …
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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Review: Zootopia Re-Ducks
2 months ago

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Review: Zootopia Re-Ducks

Common sense moment – it’s generally regarded as bad form to consume alcohol prior to doing anything that requires good cognitive skills. Driving obviously comes to mind. Making important decisions, …
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Time Carnage Review: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Fun
4 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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Hero Defense Review: All in the Family
6 months ago

Hero Defense Review: All in the Family

Some children seek to emulate their parents, while others choose to strike their own path in the world. Poor Jack, however, has a problem. If he mimics his parents, that …
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Lumines Remastered Review: Chain of Memories
8 months ago

Lumines Remastered Review: Chain of Memories

When Sony entered the handheld console arena in 2005 with PlayStation Portable, it borrowed a page from the playbook of the acknowledged handheld champ, Nintendo, and debuted with a puzzle …
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Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast Review: Paging Don Rickles
8 months ago

Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast Review: Paging Don Rickles

“Well, it took a while to beat the kraken, but we did it. Let’s see what’s on TV before we start another session.”

<turns on local TV after spirited late-night …
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Atomic Heist Review: Not-so-petty Larceny
9 months ago

Atomic Heist Review: Not-so-petty Larceny

Some say that love is the universal language, the one everyone understands. Others say that language is music. The learned set has a valid argument that claims that if/when we …
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E3 2018: Select ID@Xbox Joins the Game Pass Day-and-Date Party
9 months ago

E3 2018: Select ID@Xbox Joins the Game Pass Day-and-Date Party

Xbox’s game subscription service, Game Pass, was merely six months old when it got a huge shot in the arm. It already was a repository of more than 100 games …
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Ys Origin Review: Refreshing Refresh
10 months ago

Ys Origin Review: Refreshing Refresh

The role-playing video game didn’t really come into vogue in North America until console and gaming development shifted from the United States to Japan in the mid-1980s. Most gamers from …
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Symmetry Review: Splitting Headache
11 months ago

Symmetry Review: Splitting Headache

Space: the final frontier. Most space-based science fiction deals with the desire to explore the unknown. However, a handful of works feature more reluctant space explorers. For example, the first …
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