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Mothergunship Review: A Mother Gunning Good Time
1 month ago

Mothergunship Review: A Mother Gunning Good Time

The irrational fear that aliens are going to come and kill us all has been pervasive throughout media. Mothergunship from Grip Digital takes this idea to an extreme and says …
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Necropolis being patched and improved before Xbox One release
2 years ago

Necropolis being patched and improved before Xbox One release

Rouguelike dungeon crawler, Necropolis, is currently undergoing a series of patches on PC to address some the shortcomings highlighted by its mixed reviews by both critics and consumers. The game …
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Lost Sea review: Island repeat
3 years ago

Lost Sea review: Island repeat

As summer takes off across the Northern Hemisphere, it seems as good a time as any to pick up a game set in a tropical island location. Being an explorative …
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The Flame in the Flood review: Rollin’ on the river
3 years ago

The Flame in the Flood review: Rollin’ on the river

In the past week I’ve suffered from starvation, dehydration, hypothermia, bacterial infections, multiple lacerations and broken bones. I drowned many times, was attacked by packs of wolves, gorged by a …
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The Flame in the Flood developers reveal some important tips for survival
3 years ago

The Flame in the Flood developers reveal some important tips for survival

Roguelite survival, The Flame in the Flood hits Xbox One this week. Players will need to travel by foot and by raft down a procedurally-generated river as you scrounge for …
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Rogue Legacy review (Xbox One)
4 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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