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Quantic Pinball Review: Bumping Towards Bland
2 days ago

Quantic Pinball Review: Bumping Towards Bland

Pinball has always been a game built so simple, yet made so complex by the various bumpers, ramps, and objectives that the table has laid out. The number one goal …
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Starpoint Gemini Warlords Overview and New Player Guide
5 days ago

Starpoint Gemini Warlords Overview and New Player Guide

Star Trek has always defined space as “The Final Frontier,” but some would question what that actually means? A show about a fleet that travels through infinite galaxies, with various …
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SOMA Review: Deep Impact
1 week ago

SOMA Review: Deep Impact

Anyone who is familiar with Frictional Games knows what to expect when it comes to their games. From Penumbra to Amnesia: The Dark Descent, these titles have stuck to the …
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Asemblance Review: Confusion Simulator
2 weeks ago

Asemblance Review: Confusion Simulator

Walking simulators are the very definition of any game where the only objective is to walk around from point A to point B and experience a story. The concept behind …
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Drift Zone Review: Crash and Burn
2 weeks ago

Drift Zone Review: Crash and Burn

Possibly the most fun I’ve ever had in games like Need for Speed has always been trying to outrun the cops while driving my car sideways utilizing the near flawless …
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Celeste Review: A Perfect View of Heaven
2 weeks ago

Celeste Review: A Perfect View of Heaven

With 2017 behind us, we also look back on some great Indie games that have come and gone and still hold a special place in our hearts and minds. Here …
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Q.U.B.E. 2 Preview – Color me Puzzled
3 weeks ago

Q.U.B.E. 2 Preview – Color me Puzzled

It’s been known for some time that the best thing to keeping the brain healthy is to test it consistently. Using even the most minor of brain functions can help …
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Paladin Review: Alienated
2 months ago

Paladin Review: Alienated

With as much as technology has evolved over the years, it never ceases to surprise me how much gaming tends to trend on ideas from the past. Sky Force Reloaded recently …
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Sky Force Reloaded Review: Right into the Danger Zone
2 months ago

Sky Force Reloaded Review: Right into the Danger Zone

When you think of classic shoot ‘em ups, the first game that might pop into your mind is the 1981 classic Galaga; a game that created such an easily accessable formula …
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Assault Android Cactus Review: Run & Gun Fun!
2 months ago

Assault Android Cactus Review: Run & Gun Fun!

Twin-stick shooters have the player moving around with the left stick while aiming a certain direction and shooting with the right stick. While very simple in concept, the delivery seems …
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