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April 27th, 2016

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Review: R.B.I. Baseball 16

If you are looking for a quick, pick up and play baseball game that is accessible for new players, R.B.I. Baseball 16 may be for you. The game isn’t a baseball simulator, and it isn’t trying to be one. Stat …

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April 26th, 2016

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Review: Rocketbirds 2: Evolution

It’s been nearly four and a half years since Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken first released on PlayStation 3. What’s made this one so memorable for me wasn’t just the fun I had whilst playing it, but also the way in which …

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April 14th, 2016

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Review: Enter the Gungeon

Every once in a while you play a game that feels like gaming nirvana. The controls feel almost perfect. This is how I felt with Enter the Gungeon. The movement, the valuable dodge roll, and the volume of weapons the …

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April 13th, 2016

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Review: Stories: The Path of Destinies

Stories: The Path of Destinies follows Reynardo the Fox as he finds himself sucked into the Rebellion against an evil Emperor. Things aren’t going well for the Rebellion and with the final battle approaching it’s up to Reynardo to make …

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March 23rd, 2016

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Review: Catlateral Damage

The best way I can describe Catlateral Damage is that it’s basically a cat simulator. As a cat, your job is to knock everything from books, towels, appliances and more to ruin just about everything in the room. If your …

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March 18th, 2016

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Sword Art Online: Lost Song

I’ve always had mixed feelings about the Sword Art Online franchise. It’s an anime series that had a good idea and a very strong start, but by the end devolved into a forgettable series that follows many of the tropes …

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March 17th, 2016

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Review: SwapQuest

When I saw SwapQuest for the first time, my reaction was that the premise seemed great. Your character auto-runs through a stage while you slide around pipe tiles to create a path. After playing the game through, I still think …

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March 15th, 2016

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Review: Salt and Sanctuary

In my first hour with Salt and Sanctuary I must have said “yeah, that’s just like Dark Souls” a few dozen times. There’s really no getting around it either, Salt and Sanctuary is heavily inspired by the Souls series. So …

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March 11th, 2016

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Review: Ninja Senki DX

Within the first 30 seconds of playing Ninja Senki DX, you’ll know that this is for lovers of old-school, 8-bit platforming. The most comparable game I can think of is Mega Man. Traps, enemy placement and platforms are placed in …

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March 10th, 2016

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Review: Assault Android Cactus

Assault Android Cactus – the first game released by Witch Beam – at its core is a twin stick shooter with a splash of bullet hell. Digging a bit deeper will uncover an impressive amount of depth, 9 playable characters …

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April 27th, 2016

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Review: R.B.I. Baseball 16

If you are looking for a quick, pick up and play baseball game that is accessible for new players, R.B.I. Baseball 16 may be for you. The game isn’t a baseball simulator, and it isn’t trying to be one. Stat …

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April 26th, 2016

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Review: Rocketbirds 2: Evolution

It’s been nearly four and a half years since Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken first released on PlayStation 3. What’s made this one so memorable for me wasn’t just the fun I had whilst playing it, but also the way in which …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

April 14th, 2016

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Review: Enter the Gungeon

Every once in a while you play a game that feels like gaming nirvana. The controls feel almost perfect. This is how I felt with Enter the Gungeon. The movement, the valuable dodge roll, and the volume of weapons the …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

April 13th, 2016

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Review: Stories: The Path of Destinies

Stories: The Path of Destinies follows Reynardo the Fox as he finds himself sucked into the Rebellion against an evil Emperor. Things aren’t going well for the Rebellion and with the final battle approaching it’s up to Reynardo to make …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

March 23rd, 2016

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Review: Catlateral Damage

The best way I can describe Catlateral Damage is that it’s basically a cat simulator. As a cat, your job is to knock everything from books, towels, appliances and more to ruin just about everything in the room. If your …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

March 18th, 2016

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Sword Art Online: Lost Song

I’ve always had mixed feelings about the Sword Art Online franchise. It’s an anime series that had a good idea and a very strong start, but by the end devolved into a forgettable series that follows many of the tropes …

+

Read More

- 1 Comment

March 17th, 2016

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Review: SwapQuest

When I saw SwapQuest for the first time, my reaction was that the premise seemed great. Your character auto-runs through a stage while you slide around pipe tiles to create a path. After playing the game through, I still think …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

March 15th, 2016

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Review: Salt and Sanctuary

In my first hour with Salt and Sanctuary I must have said “yeah, that’s just like Dark Souls” a few dozen times. There’s really no getting around it either, Salt and Sanctuary is heavily inspired by the Souls series. So …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 11th, 2016

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Review: Ninja Senki DX

Within the first 30 seconds of playing Ninja Senki DX, you’ll know that this is for lovers of old-school, 8-bit platforming. The most comparable game I can think of is Mega Man. Traps, enemy placement and platforms are placed in …

+

Read More

- 1 Comment

March 10th, 2016

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Review: Assault Android Cactus

Assault Android Cactus – the first game released by Witch Beam – at its core is a twin stick shooter with a splash of bullet hell. Digging a bit deeper will uncover an impressive amount of depth, 9 playable characters …

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Read More