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Vegas Party Review: Save your money
4 months 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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Pizza Titan Ultra Review: Cheesy but fresh
4 months ago

Pizza Titan Ultra Review: Cheesy but fresh

With a title like Pizza Titan Ultra, you’ll already be able to guess what you’re in for. The whole premise is to complete chapters involving different objectives. It’s very time …
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Nefarious review: crime doesn’t pay
4 months ago

Nefarious review: crime doesn’t pay

Video games love to put players in the role of a morally dubious anti-hero, or let you choose your own morally grey path, but few make you unquestionably the villain. …
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Revenant Dogma Review: Entertaining mediocrity
4 months ago

Revenant Dogma Review: Entertaining mediocrity

Xbox has been slowly and quietly obtaining more JRPG titles through the ID@Xbox program. Revenant Dogma has catered to the mobile side, but don’t let that make you think any …
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Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron Review: Who hired these guys?
4 months ago

Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron Review: Who hired these guys?

Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron is a vertically scrolling shooter. It adds a skill system with multiple pilots and planes. As one who hasn’t played many myself, I encourage …
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Jack N’ Jill DX Review: A Cheap Date
4 months ago

Jack N’ Jill DX Review: A Cheap Date

Platformer games seem to focus a lot on style and there is no surprise when an art style can look simple on purpose. Here we have a simple hand-drawn aesthetic. …
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Fossil Hunters Review: Will you dig it?
4 months ago

Fossil Hunters Review: Will you dig it?

Choose a fossil hunter and begin your mission of exploring the depths underground. You are tasked with putting together bones to create dinosaurs. While not being really a puzzle game, …
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Polygod Review – Run, Jump, Shoot, Repeat!
4 months ago

Polygod Review – Run, Jump, Shoot, Repeat!

If you’ve ever wanted the opportunity to shoot first and ask questions never, then that opportunity has arrived. Developed by Krafted Games, Polygod is a roguelike in the style of a …
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Wailing Heights Review: Point, Click and Rock ‘n Roll
4 months ago

Wailing Heights Review: Point, Click and Rock ‘n Roll

Reunion tours are everywhere and whilst there’s usually only one good reason for a band to reform (hint: it’s money), whether they do get back together comes down to several …
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Hero Defense Review: All in the Family
4 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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