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May 2nd, 2017

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Review: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

With Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Lizardcube has taken the original Master System classic developed by Whetstone and given it a completely new coat of paint. It’s also, in most aspects, a great way to bring a classic into the …

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April 28th, 2017

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Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

Six years after the death of her brother, Edith Finch has returned to the house they, as well as all other Finches, grew up in. Edith, with the recent passing of her mother, is the only remaining Finch left alive …

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April 4th, 2017

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Review: A Rose in the Twilight

When Rose awakens, she finds herself in an old castle lost in time and without color. She’s not alone though, Rose soon finds a faceless giant that accompanies her as they attempt to find a way out of the castle. …

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March 31st, 2017

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Review: Snake Pass

Snake Pass offers a unique approach to the collectathon platformers that it’s so clearly inspired by. Instead of jumping around huge worlds as any kind of character with feet, the game instead places you in control of a snake named …

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March 23rd, 2017

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Review: Touhou Double Focus

Diving into Touhou Often times, I like to take on a review for a game or series that I might not be super familiar with. I think a fresh perspective is worth a great deal, and ultimately new things just …

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March 1st, 2017

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Review: Night in the Woods

When Mae Borowski returns home to Possum Springs, she’s hoping to reconnect with friends and for life to return to how it used to be. Mae’s had a rough go of things, having recently dropped out of college, and on …

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February 24th, 2017

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Review: 2064: Read Only Memories

The year is 2064, cybernetic enhancements are commonplace, ROMs (Relationship and Organizational Manger) are all the rage, debates about the morality of genetic augmentations emerge from the Human Revolution, and, unbeknownst to the rest of the world, the first sapient …

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February 22nd, 2017

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Review: Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin

Nearly twelve years after the initial release of Psychonauts, the Rhombus of Ruin has emerged to serve as connective tissue between the original game and the upcoming – long-awaited – sequel. Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin picks up right …

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January 17th, 2017

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Review: Siegecraft Commander

StarCraft meets Worms. Let that sink in for a little bit. Good? Great. Siegecraft Commander comes from Australian developers Blowfish Studios. According to their website, this is the latest in a series of Siegecraft games. It’s the first one I’ve …

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December 30th, 2016

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Review: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

Over the past couple years, I’ve grown to really appreciate WayForward’s Shantae, not just for a series of really solid platformers, but also because Sequin Land is just a fun place to return to. The Shantae series and its characters …

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May 2nd, 2017

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Review: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

With Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Lizardcube has taken the original Master System classic developed by Whetstone and given it a completely new coat of paint. It’s also, in most aspects, a great way to bring a classic into the …

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April 28th, 2017

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Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

Six years after the death of her brother, Edith Finch has returned to the house they, as well as all other Finches, grew up in. Edith, with the recent passing of her mother, is the only remaining Finch left alive …

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April 4th, 2017

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Review: A Rose in the Twilight

When Rose awakens, she finds herself in an old castle lost in time and without color. She’s not alone though, Rose soon finds a faceless giant that accompanies her as they attempt to find a way out of the castle. …

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March 31st, 2017

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Review: Snake Pass

Snake Pass offers a unique approach to the collectathon platformers that it’s so clearly inspired by. Instead of jumping around huge worlds as any kind of character with feet, the game instead places you in control of a snake named …

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March 23rd, 2017

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Review: Touhou Double Focus

Diving into Touhou Often times, I like to take on a review for a game or series that I might not be super familiar with. I think a fresh perspective is worth a great deal, and ultimately new things just …

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March 1st, 2017

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Review: Night in the Woods

When Mae Borowski returns home to Possum Springs, she’s hoping to reconnect with friends and for life to return to how it used to be. Mae’s had a rough go of things, having recently dropped out of college, and on …

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- 0 Comments

February 24th, 2017

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Review: 2064: Read Only Memories

The year is 2064, cybernetic enhancements are commonplace, ROMs (Relationship and Organizational Manger) are all the rage, debates about the morality of genetic augmentations emerge from the Human Revolution, and, unbeknownst to the rest of the world, the first sapient …

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February 22nd, 2017

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Review: Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin

Nearly twelve years after the initial release of Psychonauts, the Rhombus of Ruin has emerged to serve as connective tissue between the original game and the upcoming – long-awaited – sequel. Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin picks up right …

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January 17th, 2017

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Review: Siegecraft Commander

StarCraft meets Worms. Let that sink in for a little bit. Good? Great. Siegecraft Commander comes from Australian developers Blowfish Studios. According to their website, this is the latest in a series of Siegecraft games. It’s the first one I’ve …

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December 30th, 2016

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Review: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

Over the past couple years, I’ve grown to really appreciate WayForward’s Shantae, not just for a series of really solid platformers, but also because Sequin Land is just a fun place to return to. The Shantae series and its characters …

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