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Xbox One Reviews

Irony Curtain Review: Application Approved
7 months ago

Irony Curtain Review: Application Approved

Set in the Cold War era, a journalist thinks communism is needed in America. He seems obsessed with the fictional country Matryoshka. That word usually refers to the Russian dolls …
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Pawarumi Review: Not Enough of a Rainbow
7 months ago

Pawarumi Review: Not Enough of a Rainbow

Set in the future, you play as Axo, who pilots a powerful ship. You are aided by deities who lend their power. As you fly through missions, you’re able to …
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Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity Review: A Race in the Right Direction
7 months ago

Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity Review: A Race in the Right Direction

A lone astronaut is stranded in deep space. His only companion is a robot, one which stumbled upon him randomly. With only a jetpack, you must venture through the galaxy …
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Hero Express Review: Delivers Some Fun
7 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
7 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
8 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
8 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
8 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
8 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
8 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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