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REVIEW: Birthdays The Beginning

Birthdays Title

I hate to say it but I just couldn’t get into Birthdays The Beginning. It wasn’t for a lack of trying either. I’d watched the […]

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REVIEW: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

When you support a Kickstarter the usual rule of thumb is that you shouldn’t get your hopes up. Often times Kickstarter projects, even ones that […]

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REVIEW: Exile’s End

The Metroidvania style of game is one that many people have fond memories of, especially if you grew up in the days of the original […]

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REVIEW: The Sandbox Evolution

The Sandbox Evolution

In a good way, The Sandbox Evolution feels like a PC port of a mobile game inspired by Scribblenauts. Then on top of that there’s […]

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REVIEW: Blood Bowl 2

Blood Bowl 2 is a fantastic game for RPG combat fans who want something different to do in the battlefield. It feels like a tabletop […]

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Jared Dent is a disgraced fighter who is just returning to the town of Whateville. Since then, all of his old wrestling companions have moved […]

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REVIEW: Dragon Ball XenoVerse

With a concept as grand as creating your own character and sending them out to save the Dragon Ball Z timeline, XenoVerse has a lot […]

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REVIEW: Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions

After playing so much of the second Geometry Wars game, I was satisfied and didn’t think the series could evolve further (see what I did […]

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REVIEW: UnEpic

If you’re a fan of Metroidvania titles, you know, games like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for example, UnEpic is a wonderful exploration title you’ll […]

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REVIEW: South Park: The Stick Of Truth

South Park is an incredibly accurate gaming experience. The style is exactly like the show and it flows so well between cut scenes and regular […]

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