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Xbox One Reviews

Tesla vs Lovecraft Review: Electric Twin-Stick Shooter
2 months ago

Tesla vs Lovecraft Review: Electric Twin-Stick Shooter

In Tesla vs Lovecraft, you’ll find a top-down, twin-stick shooter. Finnish developer 10tons are no stranger to the formula; previous games Crimsonland and Neon Chrome both fit the formula. Neon …
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Darkest Dungeon review: At the RPG of madness
2 months ago

Darkest Dungeon review: At the RPG of madness

I’m not usually one for system-dense RPGs, but Darkest Dungeon gets me. I usually find the abundance of stats and special terms to be stressful, and this game only makes …
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Wulverblade Review: Ryse and Shine
2 months ago

Wulverblade Review: Ryse and Shine

At its height, the Roman Empire was one of the most powerful civilizations the world had known up to that time. The Roman influence spread across Europe, frequently at the …
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Dying: Reborn Review: Dead on Arrival
2 months ago

Dying: Reborn Review: Dead on Arrival

The biggest issue with the escape room genre is that it’s hard to make a game unique and stand out. Some games have interesting concepts and intricate puzzles, but if …
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Q.U.B.E. 2 Review: A Colorful Stepping Stone
2 months ago

Q.U.B.E. 2 Review: A Colorful Stepping Stone

Just when you think that puzzle games can’t push you further than what’s already been presented by so many countless games, you come across that one game that adds additional …
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The Station Review: Space Mystery
2 months ago

The Station Review: Space Mystery

Have you ever wondered what exactly the human race would do if we ever came across other species in the far reaches of space? We as humans have yet to …
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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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