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Hero Express Review: Delivers Some Fun
2 months ago

Hero Express Review: Delivers Some Fun

Sometimes a hero needs saving. That’s where you come in. Your role in saving the world in Hero Express is delivering equipment to a needy hero who won’t be able …
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Sea of Solitude Review: Artistic but Depressingly Decent
2 months ago

Sea of Solitude Review: Artistic but Depressingly Decent

Set inside the mind of Kay, in Sea of Solitude you embark on an emotional journey of self-discovery. Kay’s loneliness has created inner monsters that she must reason with. The …
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Shadow Fencer Theater Review: The Show Mustn’t Go On
3 months ago

Shadow Fencer Theater Review: The Show Mustn’t Go On

Shadow puppet theater was thought to have originated sometime in the first millennium BCE. That’s a long time ago! It was a form of entertainment and a way pass on …
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Double Cross Review: Intergalactic Platforming
3 months ago

Double Cross Review: Intergalactic Platforming

The concept of an agency that deals with various intergalactic crimes can be quite entertaining. Like Men in Black, Double Cross follows the route of a mostly-human force trying to …
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Omensight Review: You Can Decide
3 months ago

Omensight Review: You Can Decide

If you’ve ever played Stories: Path of Destinies then you’ll be happy to know that Omensight is the spiritual successor. Tossing aside the comedy, things have gotten a bit more …
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Darkwood Review: Unforgiving Not Forgiven
3 months ago

Darkwood Review: Unforgiving Not Forgiven

You press start to play, and a message appears. It claims what you’re about to play is unforgiving and your hand will not be held through your hellish journey of …
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Riverbond Review: It Just Needs More
3 months ago

Riverbond Review: It Just Needs More

Set in a “voxel world” (think Minecraft), Riverbond has eight stages to complete, each with their own bosses and unique objectives. It’s a goofy action game that feels a lot …
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Void Bastards Review: Looting, Shooting, and Death
3 months ago

Void Bastards Review: Looting, Shooting, and Death

In the abyss of space, you play as a prisoner attempting to find parts to repair a prison ship so you can escape the nebula. Void Bastards is a first-person …
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Timespinner Review: The Gift of Time
3 months ago

Timespinner Review: The Gift of Time

Your family gets murdered. You gain access to time control, and will be visiting present and past versions of the world. That’s Timespinner. Centered around revenge and saving your family, …
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Dragon’s Lair Trilogy Review: Laser Fantasy
3 months ago

Dragon’s Lair Trilogy Review: Laser Fantasy

In the early ’80s, arcade gamers were happy to have moved past the era where games were black and white, or used tinted coverings on the cabinet to simulate color. …
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