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Inside My Radio Review: Jamming to the beat
4 years ago

Inside My Radio Review: Jamming to the beat

The rhythm and music genre may not be the juggernaut it used to be, but a new era of games requiring you to keep the beat is here. Riding the …
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Commander Cherry’s Puzzled Journey review: Perplexing fun?
5 years ago

Commander Cherry’s Puzzled Journey review: Perplexing fun?

Commander Cherry’s Puzzled Journey may be one of the strangest games to be released on the Xbox One to date. Heralded as the world’s one and only yoga-action-platformer, Commander Cherry lets gamers stretch and platform in unexpected ways. Read More

Legend of Kay – Anniversary review: At least it has cats?
5 years ago

Legend of Kay – Anniversary review: At least it has cats?

Some games are highly revered, their creators lauded for their successes. Others are woefully panned and hated by the general audience. Others still exist merely to fade Read More

So Many Me review (Xbox One)
5 years ago

So Many Me review (Xbox One)

So Many Me, so little time. It was me all along. There is no I in team, but there is me. Don’t worry, the me jokes will keep on coming. Read More

SteamWorld Dig review (Xbox One)
5 years ago

SteamWorld Dig review (Xbox One)

First things first — SteamWorld Dig is my favorite game on the Nintendo 3DS. Period. Above any of the Marios, Zeldas or anything else that has come out on that system so far. Read More

No Time To Explain chases the future on July 17 for Xbox One
5 years ago

No Time To Explain chases the future on July 17 for Xbox One

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No Time to Explain

No Time To Explain was tinyBuild’s first project on a very low budget on outdated technology. After panning from critics for technical issues, tinyBuild has been able to rebuild the game for proper release. The remade No Time To Explain was built using Unity and features the player chasing after future selfs through time and alternate realities while fighting monsters, collecting hats and eating cake. The remake also features four player local multiplayer, redesigned boss fights and redesigned soundtracks. A quote provided by the game sums everything up in a nutshell, “I Am You From The Future! No Time To Explain, Follow m-OH CHRIST!”

No time to explain, look at the trailer from E3 below.

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Mega Coin Squad review (Xbox One)
5 years ago

Mega Coin Squad review (Xbox One)

Mega Coin Squad was developed by Big Pixel Studios and published by Adult Swim Games on Xbox One. It was released on May 20, 2015 for $14.99. A copy was provided by Big Pixel Studios for review purposes.

Mega Coin Squad for Xbox One

You know you’re playing a special game when you are actually standing up out of your seat and cursing out loud at the creature that just killed you, but you can’t wait to hit continue and try again. Mega Coin Squad made me do that — a lot.

Big Pixel Studios’ platformer distills everything you like about platformers down to the bare essentials. You run and jump, you shoot, you dash, you collect coins and you die. A lot. And it’s also a lot of fun.

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Rogue Legacy review (Xbox One)
5 years ago

Rogue Legacy review (Xbox One)

Rogue Legacy was developed and published by Cellar Door Games on Xbox One. It will release on May 27, 2015 for $14.99. A copy was provided by Cellar Door Games for review purposes.

Rogue Legacy Main Menu

Have you thought to yourself that games have been too easy recently? If you answer yes, Rogue Legacy may be for you. Here is another throwback to the old school era featuring tough enemies with fair tells and many mean and sometimes unforgiving deaths. Levels are randomly generated with death undoing progress made by the player. Heralded as a “rogue-lite,” developer Cellar Door’s game undoes some of the frustrations of rogue-like games by letting players unlock skills and upgrade stats permanently. Many surprises are in-store for players, and you’ll never know what is around the next corner. Through trial and error, you’ll gradually grow stronger and wiser and eventually achieve success. Or not. Welcome to Rogue Legacy.

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