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Mulaka Review: Failed Execution
3 months ago

Mulaka Review: Failed Execution

It’s interesting to play a game that’s not only fun but can provide a history lesson as well. A lot of the knowledge around the world’s monuments, landmarks and even …
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Bridge Constructor Portal review: This was a triumph
3 months ago

Bridge Constructor Portal review: This was a triumph

The Portal franchise is the only one that seemed to avoid Valve’s curse. While it also never had a third game, it still lives on to this day through licensed …
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Fe review: Silence isn’t golden
3 months ago

Fe review: Silence isn’t golden

Okay, this is odd… I’m some sort of deformed wolf cub in the middle of a polygonal forest, and I have absolutely no clue what’s going on in regards to …
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Quantic Pinball Review: Bumping Towards Bland
3 months 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
4 months 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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Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock Review – Centons of Fun
4 months ago

Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock Review – Centons of Fun

I’m about to date myself here. I vividly remember seeing “Star Wars” in theatres as a child. The first one. It’s first release. “Han Shot First” and all that. I …
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Asemblance Review: Confusion Simulator
4 months 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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Steven Universe: Save the Light review: Where’s the fun
4 months ago

Steven Universe: Save the Light review: Where’s the fun

Every kid dreams of having parents who are superheroes or being one themselves. In Steven Universe’s case, both are true. He is the half-human, half-gem son of an alien named …
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Drift Zone Review: Crash and Burn
4 months 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
4 months 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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