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Rocket Arena Review: Mega Blast with Strings Attached
3 months ago

Rocket Arena Review: Mega Blast with Strings Attached

Let the games begin! I’m not too sure what is going on, but Rocket Arena is basically a multiplayer arena shooter. There are multiple characters and maps to battle to …
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Beyond Blue Review: Diving into Paradise
4 months ago

Beyond Blue Review: Diving into Paradise

Inspired by Blue Planet II, in Beyond Blue you are a scientist who explores the ocean using advanced technology. Stationed in a mini-submarine, you talk to your team and plan …
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Yes, Your Grace Review: Yass King!
4 months ago

Yes, Your Grace Review: Yass King!

To rule a kingdom, you must make tough choices. Keeping your people happy is a priority, but there is also a balance that needs to be made so that you …
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Night Call Review: Poetry in Motion
4 months ago

Night Call Review: Poetry in Motion

To define Night Call, I would have to say it’s almost like a mixture of Crazy Taxi and L.A. Noire set in a black and white narrative-driven game. You play …
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Goosebumps Dead of Night Review: You Can’t Scare Me
4 months ago

Goosebumps Dead of Night Review: You Can’t Scare Me

Goosebumps lives on in a first-person adventure game. If you enjoyed the movies, you’ll be happy to know that Jack Black does a lot of the voice acting. This is …
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Demon’s Tier+ Review: Mid-Tier Experience
4 months ago

Demon’s Tier+ Review: Mid-Tier Experience

An evil demon summons hordes of monsters in order to destroy humanity. A warrior stops him and all is well. Then 1200 years pass and he rises again to do …
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Project Warlock Review: Bullets and Spells
4 months ago

Project Warlock Review: Bullets and Spells

A lot of first-person shooters we see today started off as classics or were inspired by them. Games such as Wolfenstein, Doom, Quake, Duke Nukem, and even Star Wars: Dark …
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Those Who Remain Review: Right Choice
5 months ago

Those Who Remain Review: Right Choice

The story of Those Who Remain starts out with depression, showing a man who seems to be at the end of his tolerance for a life which has thrown him …
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Streets of Rage 4 Review: Bare Knuckle Blast
5 months ago

Streets of Rage 4 Review: Bare Knuckle Blast

Most all of the best-known console brawlers from the 1980s and 1990s started in the arcades, notably led by Technos’ Double Dragon and Capcom’s Final Fight. However, in the 8-bit and early 16-bit era, fidelity was sometimes elusive. Final Fight, for …
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Maneater review: We’re Not as Cool as Sharks
5 months ago

Maneater review: We’re Not as Cool as Sharks

Statistically speaking, humanity’s fear of sharks is largely unfounded. Attacks are so infrequent that yearly death counts rarely go beyond single digits. It’s not something you should be worrying about …
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