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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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Final Star Review: Fun Saving the Sun
1 year ago

Final Star Review: Fun Saving the Sun

In the future, there is only one Sun remaining. While most everyone has come to an agreement to share this resource of heat and life, one alien race in the …
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Desert Child Review: Mars Race Millionaire
1 year ago

Desert Child Review: Mars Race Millionaire

Like many stories told before, people like to set goals in life that sometimes seem unreachable. While trying to reach these goals, they’ll also have to survive life. In Desert …
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The Shapeshifting Detective Review: A Shift in the Right Direction
1 year ago

The Shapeshifting Detective Review: A Shift in the Right Direction

One of my favorite types of books growing up was the “choose your own adventure” types. Being able to participate in the progress of the story to get different endings …
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Think of the Children Review: A parent’s worst nightmare
1 year ago

Think of the Children Review: A parent’s worst nightmare

When I first started playing Think of the Children, I had no clue what to expect. I hadn’t read anything about it, nor seen any trailers. I figured it was …
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Bendy and the Ink Machine Review: The Best Kind of Nightmare
1 year 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
1 year 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
1 year 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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Planet Alpha Review: Cosmic Platforming
1 year 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
1 year 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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Vegas Party Review: Save your money
1 year ago

Vegas Party Review: Save your money

Where better to have a party than Vegas? I have always been a fan of mini-games and their competitive nature. Usually, the most fun you’ll have is when playing with …
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