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May 2nd, 2014

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Review: Daylight

There was a moment early on in Daylight where I noticed myself passing through the exact same room over and over again. Initially, even with the map pulled up on my phone, it made me feel as if I had …

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April 26th, 2014

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Review: That Trivia Game!

I’m not the best trivia player out there but Thursday nights always prove to be a blast as we get a bunch of people together to go play at a local restaurant. Even a few years ago we used to …

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April 21st, 2014

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Review: Destiny of Spirits

There are a few genres of games which I will check out no matter what. One of those is anything that has to do with collecting cards or monsters. So when Destiny of Spirits was announced you could say my …

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April 16th, 2014

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Review: Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut

In the year 2299 the fate of Earth hangs in the balance of an ongoing war between the U.N.E. (United Nations of Earth) and a space colony that possesses a weapon capable of destroying planets. As the game’s 13 mission …

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April 7th, 2014

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Review: Mercenary Kings

As a quick aside from this review I think Mercenary Kings being touted as “Metal Slug meets Monster Hunter” is doing the game a bit of a disservice. Sure the game is stylistically similar to Metal Slug and many of …

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March 24th, 2014

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Review: Console Saga (PSM)

As PlayStation Mobile games go, some are worth playing and some not. Even fewer are worth reviewing, but that’s honestly no excuse. So I got my hands onto Thomas Hopper’s newest, and possibly last, PlayStation Mobile game Console Saga. It’s …

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March 18th, 2014

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Review: SteamWorld Dig (PS4)

In SteamWorld Dig you play as Rusty, a robot who has just received a deed from his uncle, who has just arrived in the mining town of Tumbleton. With his uncle nowhere to be found Rusty must dig and explore …

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March 15th, 2014

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Review: TxK

I’m going to start this review with the blasphemous statement that I have never played Tempest. I have never played Tempest 2000, and before playing TxK I was altogether unfamiliar with the “tube-shooter” genre of games. Whenever someone at a …

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March 11th, 2014

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Review: Gunslugs

I have been an avid follower of Orangepixel’s games for well over two years on the Android platform and they have been pumping out a steady stream of pixel-centric games for even longer. What has attracted me to their games is …

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March 10th, 2014

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Review: Master Reboot

One thing I love most about marathoning horror movies throughout all of October is seeing the various approaches to horror that different directors take. Personally I’m a fan of things that are far more subtle in their approach of terrifying …

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May 2nd, 2014

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Review: Daylight

There was a moment early on in Daylight where I noticed myself passing through the exact same room over and over again. Initially, even with the map pulled up on my phone, it made me feel as if I had …

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April 26th, 2014

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Review: That Trivia Game!

I’m not the best trivia player out there but Thursday nights always prove to be a blast as we get a bunch of people together to go play at a local restaurant. Even a few years ago we used to …

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- 3 Comments

April 21st, 2014

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Review: Destiny of Spirits

There are a few genres of games which I will check out no matter what. One of those is anything that has to do with collecting cards or monsters. So when Destiny of Spirits was announced you could say my …

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April 16th, 2014

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Review: Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut

In the year 2299 the fate of Earth hangs in the balance of an ongoing war between the U.N.E. (United Nations of Earth) and a space colony that possesses a weapon capable of destroying planets. As the game’s 13 mission …

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- 2 Comments

April 7th, 2014

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Review: Mercenary Kings

As a quick aside from this review I think Mercenary Kings being touted as “Metal Slug meets Monster Hunter” is doing the game a bit of a disservice. Sure the game is stylistically similar to Metal Slug and many of …

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Read More

- 4 Comments

March 24th, 2014

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Review: Console Saga (PSM)

As PlayStation Mobile games go, some are worth playing and some not. Even fewer are worth reviewing, but that’s honestly no excuse. So I got my hands onto Thomas Hopper’s newest, and possibly last, PlayStation Mobile game Console Saga. It’s …

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Read More

- 4 Comments

March 18th, 2014

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Review: SteamWorld Dig (PS4)

In SteamWorld Dig you play as Rusty, a robot who has just received a deed from his uncle, who has just arrived in the mining town of Tumbleton. With his uncle nowhere to be found Rusty must dig and explore …

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Read More

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March 15th, 2014

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Review: TxK

I’m going to start this review with the blasphemous statement that I have never played Tempest. I have never played Tempest 2000, and before playing TxK I was altogether unfamiliar with the “tube-shooter” genre of games. Whenever someone at a …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

March 11th, 2014

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Review: Gunslugs

I have been an avid follower of Orangepixel’s games for well over two years on the Android platform and they have been pumping out a steady stream of pixel-centric games for even longer. What has attracted me to their games is …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

March 10th, 2014

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Review: Master Reboot

One thing I love most about marathoning horror movies throughout all of October is seeing the various approaches to horror that different directors take. Personally I’m a fan of things that are far more subtle in their approach of terrifying …

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Read More