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August 28th, 2015

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Review: Shutshimi

Shutshimi (shoot-she-me) is something of a shoot’em up crossed with Wario Ware. In it you take control of a muscular fish armed with a bullet-morphing shotgun and a severe memory problem. This leads to waves and upgrade cycles limited to …

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August 5th, 2015

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Review: King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember

I have no experience with any of the previous King’s Quest games. Nothing to reflect on or be nostalgic about while playing The Odd Gentlemen’s new re-imagined version of King Graham’s story. Despite this I still found myself overwhelmed with …

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July 28th, 2015

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Review: Hatoful Boyfriend

In Hatoful Boyfriend you are the lone human in a school full of pigeons. Most probably know this to be a pigeon dating simulator. A bit of a parody of other dating sims on the market and generally just an …

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July 27th, 2015

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Review: Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut

It’s hard to talk about Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut without talking about Portal. It’s a first person puzzle game with white, test chamber-like rooms and a story that keeps you in the dark, with the game not revealing who you are, …

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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 6th, 2015

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Review: Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut

Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut marks Shantae’s first appearance on PlayStation consoles as well as my first foray into the series. Despite being the second game of the series Risky’s Revenge serves to be a pretty good introduction into …

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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 5th, 2015

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Review: Paperbound

My favorite strategy for consuming media of any form is to go in completely blind. I avoided all trailers and discussions about Intergalactic, for instance, and was pleasantly surprised by a Matt Damon cameo (among other things) halfway through the …

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August 28th, 2015

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Review: Shutshimi

Shutshimi (shoot-she-me) is something of a shoot’em up crossed with Wario Ware. In it you take control of a muscular fish armed with a bullet-morphing shotgun and a severe memory problem. This leads to waves and upgrade cycles limited to …

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Read More

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August 5th, 2015

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Review: King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember

I have no experience with any of the previous King’s Quest games. Nothing to reflect on or be nostalgic about while playing The Odd Gentlemen’s new re-imagined version of King Graham’s story. Despite this I still found myself overwhelmed with …

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Read More

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July 28th, 2015

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Review: Hatoful Boyfriend

In Hatoful Boyfriend you are the lone human in a school full of pigeons. Most probably know this to be a pigeon dating simulator. A bit of a parody of other dating sims on the market and generally just an …

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July 27th, 2015

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Review: Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut

It’s hard to talk about Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut without talking about Portal. It’s a first person puzzle game with white, test chamber-like rooms and a story that keeps you in the dark, with the game not revealing who you are, …

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Read More

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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 6th, 2015

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Review: Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut

Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut marks Shantae’s first appearance on PlayStation consoles as well as my first foray into the series. Despite being the second game of the series Risky’s Revenge serves to be a pretty good introduction into …

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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 5th, 2015

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Review: Paperbound

My favorite strategy for consuming media of any form is to go in completely blind. I avoided all trailers and discussions about Intergalactic, for instance, and was pleasantly surprised by a Matt Damon cameo (among other things) halfway through the …

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