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July 16th, 2015

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Review: Red Goddess: Inner World

Red Goddess: Inner World can be a two-headed beast at times. At times it can be a fun platformer, and other times it’s a frustrating and time consuming trudge. Most times however, it can be the latter. Red Goddess is …

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July 15th, 2015

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Review: The Fall

What makes The Fall so interesting is that it dives head first into an AI point-of-view and what it means to follow specific rules. (Is an AI faulty if it breaks a rule?) It demonstrates the struggle and sense of …

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July 14th, 2015

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Review: Pneuma: Breath of Life

Pneuma: Breath of Life is a video game. But does that make it less valid; less real? What is real? The game was created by real people who purposefully made its graphical aesthetic look realistic, so it must be real …

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July 5th, 2015

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Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willows opens with daunting piano chords and a recurrent, faint sound of wailing voices. So sets the stage for this spooky historical fiction game by Night Light Interactive, published by LOOT. What’s great about Whispering Willows – its multi-faceted …

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July 3rd, 2015

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Review: Super Exploding Zoo

The Super Exploding Zoo is under attack from an alien invasion and it’s up to the explosive inhabitants to take them out. Super Exploding Zoo puts you in control of a herd of animals (doubling as bombs) as you protect …

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July 2nd, 2015

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Review: Syberia

Syberia was originally released for PC in 2002, and averaged some very good scores for its time. Now it’s 2015, and the 13 year old adventure game still holds up in some ways, and in some ways it doesn’t. The …

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July 1st, 2015

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Review: Project Root

Project Root pretends to be something it’s not really capable of living up to. Its flashy, impressive look is enough to draw you in but when you notice that the developers have made no attempts to make the game last …

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June 30th, 2015

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Review: We Are Doomed

We Are Doomed is simple to its own detriment. Coming from developer Vertex Pop, We Are Doomed is an arena shooter that struggles to find its own identity in a saturated market of shoot-em-ups. It only has two game modes, …

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June 25th, 2015

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Review: Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-a-Fide Edition

I had heard of Skulls of the Shogun at various shows before. Like Orcs Must Die and a handful of other indies, it’s a game that gains a lot of accolades but was never on my appointments list due to …

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June 13th, 2015

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Review: Nom Nom Galaxy

The first time I played Nom Nom Galaxy, it was actually titled PixelJunk Inc.. Chris and I saw it at PAX a few years back and, being fervent Q Games fans, sat for an hour to see what it was …

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July 16th, 2015

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Review: Red Goddess: Inner World

Red Goddess: Inner World can be a two-headed beast at times. At times it can be a fun platformer, and other times it’s a frustrating and time consuming trudge. Most times however, it can be the latter. Red Goddess is …

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July 15th, 2015

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Review: The Fall

What makes The Fall so interesting is that it dives head first into an AI point-of-view and what it means to follow specific rules. (Is an AI faulty if it breaks a rule?) It demonstrates the struggle and sense of …

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July 14th, 2015

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Review: Pneuma: Breath of Life

Pneuma: Breath of Life is a video game. But does that make it less valid; less real? What is real? The game was created by real people who purposefully made its graphical aesthetic look realistic, so it must be real …

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July 5th, 2015

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Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willows opens with daunting piano chords and a recurrent, faint sound of wailing voices. So sets the stage for this spooky historical fiction game by Night Light Interactive, published by LOOT. What’s great about Whispering Willows – its multi-faceted …

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July 3rd, 2015

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Review: Super Exploding Zoo

The Super Exploding Zoo is under attack from an alien invasion and it’s up to the explosive inhabitants to take them out. Super Exploding Zoo puts you in control of a herd of animals (doubling as bombs) as you protect …

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July 2nd, 2015

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Review: Syberia

Syberia was originally released for PC in 2002, and averaged some very good scores for its time. Now it’s 2015, and the 13 year old adventure game still holds up in some ways, and in some ways it doesn’t. The …

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July 1st, 2015

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Review: Project Root

Project Root pretends to be something it’s not really capable of living up to. Its flashy, impressive look is enough to draw you in but when you notice that the developers have made no attempts to make the game last …

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June 30th, 2015

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Review: We Are Doomed

We Are Doomed is simple to its own detriment. Coming from developer Vertex Pop, We Are Doomed is an arena shooter that struggles to find its own identity in a saturated market of shoot-em-ups. It only has two game modes, …

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June 25th, 2015

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Review: Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-a-Fide Edition

I had heard of Skulls of the Shogun at various shows before. Like Orcs Must Die and a handful of other indies, it’s a game that gains a lot of accolades but was never on my appointments list due to …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

June 13th, 2015

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Review: Nom Nom Galaxy

The first time I played Nom Nom Galaxy, it was actually titled PixelJunk Inc.. Chris and I saw it at PAX a few years back and, being fervent Q Games fans, sat for an hour to see what it was …

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