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About Aaron McCurdy

I live near Seattle Washington. I play games for a livi...oh wait, nope just fun. I work for a living : /
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Bow to Blood: Last Captain Standing Review: VR Without VR
10 months ago

Bow to Blood: Last Captain Standing Review: VR Without VR

Take command of a flying ship to become the champion in a reality TV based game show. You must forge alliances and make enemies to give you an edge on …
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RemiLore Review: Lost in a Genre
10 months ago

RemiLore Review: Lost in a Genre

An anime style hack-n-slash adventure, RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore is almost a bonding experience between the characters involved. Remi finds the book Lore and mistakenly gets …
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Conarium Review: Depths of Abnormality
10 months ago

Conarium Review: Depths of Abnormality

Awakening, but with no recollection of previous events, Frank Gilman is stuck in Antarctica with a deep mystery surrounding him. The base he’s inside is void of life and outside …
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Smoke and Sacrifice Review: Crafting a good time
11 months ago

Smoke and Sacrifice Review: Crafting a good time

Most people would sacrifice anything for their children, but what about those who sacrifice their children? It’s the first thing you do in Smoke and Sacrifice. The only way to …
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At Sundown: Shots in the Dark Review – Misfired
11 months ago

At Sundown: Shots in the Dark Review – Misfired

A stylish arena shooter, At Sundown: Shots in the Dark has a focus on stealth. Up to four players battle it out in a death match. Besides just shooting each …
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Hive Jump Review: Jumping for Joy
11 months ago

Hive Jump Review: Jumping for Joy

Humanity is at war with an alien species whose population is in the millions. The jumpers of Hive Jump are human soldiers who are tasked with taking out this threat. …
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Absolver Review: Grind to Grind Combat
1 year ago

Absolver Review: Grind to Grind Combat

You may ask, what is an absolver? Well, it’s never really covered. You are tasked with becoming one, and maybe it’s just the top tier for a fighter in this …
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Aftercharge Review: Invincible, Invisible, But Not Interesting
1 year ago

Aftercharge Review: Invincible, Invisible, But Not Interesting

In Aftercharge, take on the role of either invisible robots or their invincible creators. They do have actual names, but that’s just how I’ll go referring to them. It’s easier …
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Onimusha: Warlords Review: Superb Survival Samurai
1 year ago

Onimusha: Warlords Review: Superb Survival Samurai

Back in 2001, the original Onimusha: Warlords was released. This is a remaster that will give a feeling of nostalgia for many. Personally, the only thing I remember is the …
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The MISSING: J.J. Macfield and the Island of Memories Review: Painfully good
1 year ago

The MISSING: J.J. Macfield and the Island of Memories Review: Painfully good

Going on vacation is relaxing until your friend goes missing. The protagonist, J.J. Macfield, finds herself on a dark yet strange adventure to find her lost companion. Malice is everywhere, …
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