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Sea of Solitude Review: Artistic but Depressingly Decent
5 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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Friday new releases: February 16, 2018
2 years ago

Friday new releases: February 16, 2018

Just one new indie game this Friday but certainly one that should generate a lot of fans. Fe from Zoink Games and publishers EA is a new type of platform …
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XBLA’s Most Wanted: Cel Damage
8 years ago

XBLA’s Most Wanted: Cel Damage

Meat cleavers, a harpoon, shrink ray, a bottomless hole generator, and a massive shredding lawn mower; what do these things have in common? They’re just a few weapons of the incredibly strange arsenal featured in GameCube and Xbox hit, Cel Damage. Drive around big open arenas, pick up weapons, unleash all insanity and manner of projectile and melee destruction on your opponents and hope you come out on top; these are things Cel Damage loves to do and does well. This demolition derby is one to take lightly, as it’s even more hectic than some of the most random of kart racers, especially when all four players are tearing up the couch together.

Cel Damage is all about destruction, demolition and chaos. Players compete across a few different modes including a flag capturing mode where a certain amount of flags must be delivered to a point to score, a gate-based race mode, and the infinitely replayable “smack attack” mode where players beat the chassis out of each other to score points. Each character has their own vehicle with its own statistics and feel to it as well as a special weapon.

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