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Monster Loves You…

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Overview Monster Loves You (yes that is the OFFICIAL title) is a visual novel where you guide a monster through infancy, monsterlinghood, adolescence, and adulthood to unlock one of multiple endings. Throughout these stages, you work to increase various personality traits: bravery, ferocity, cleverness, wisdom, kindness, as well as…

Does “Friday The…

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Being a faithful fan of the movie franchise, I feel that “Friday the 13th: The Game” stays true to the source material and captures the essence of the highly successful film series perfectly. Having spent most of my free time playing this wonderful game, I thought I would share…

The Best Deals…

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It’s here! That time of year that many PC gamers look forward to. That’s right –  it’s the Steam Summer Sale! The time of the year when the biggest and best games have their prices slashed, so that mere folks with shallow pockets can add to their ever-growing Steam…

Perception Review

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  Being blind is probably one of my greatest fears.   Sight is arguably the most important sense, and the one that usually gives us the rawest emotions, so to lose such an important aspect, as someone who has played a pitiful amount of video games in his life,…

Dragon Ball Fighters…

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At Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference, Phil Spencer took the stage to announce multiple games from several developers and publishers that will be available on Microsoft platforms. Although Dragon Ball Fighters Z(DBF) is not a console exclusive, it’s first gameplay reveal occurred at the press conference. Stepping away from…

Star Wars: Battlefront…

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  Star Wars Battlefront was amazing and EA just showed off gameplay of their next installment in the franchise, Battlefront 2. Battlefront 2 is bringing the Star Wars universe alive more than ever before. With everything from couch co-op, more heroes, including Fin and Phasma in the free first…

Drifting Lands Review:…

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Overview Earth is destroyed and evil corporations reign, but you fly far above them. In Alkemi‘s Drifting Lands you’re a pilot on the Ark, a floating base where engineers, pilots, and smugglers survive. You’re provided with one of three ships, each one playing differently, and basic supplies. To get…

Campers Corner: Face…

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Welcome to the Campers Corners. This is the home of the lurkers in the corner, sitting and waiting for the precise moment to strike. We are hated. We are dreaded. We are Campers. Yes, campers could quite possibly be one of the most hated players in modern day first…

Prey Review: Hunt…

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Have you ever felt alone? Maybe your parents are gone for the night and you’re home all by yourself and most, if not all, the lights are off and there’s a certain ominous feeling in the house as if you’re being watched? Did you see something out of the…

Reasons To Love:…

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Let me start by quickly getting something out of the way. The Mount & Blade series, to me, has always been key to one of the greatest arguments in modern gaming. How much does graphical fidelity really matter? And I do mean graphical fidelity. Aesthetic fidelity is something else entirely. So do sub-par graphics detract…

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A screenshot of Monster Energy Supercross 2, showcasing several riders cruising through a tight turn, with the leader wheelie-ing over the bump.

Monster Energy Supercross 2 Review – Punk Weight

Motorcross is an alien sport to a Brit like me.   Aside from the fact that dirt-bikes are received in England about as well as a referendum about leaving the…

February 13, 2019, 1,264

Rocket League to Drop New Update!

Rocket League, the car-soccer sensation, is gearing up to release yet another banger of an update. Starting February 19th, the long-awaited Friends List (previously RocketID) is set to make its…

February 13, 2019, 1,373

AWAY: Journey to The Unexpected Review – 2-D In 3-D, But 1-D

This is where I start drinking heavily.   At the beginning of January, we posted our Indie Game Lookout, showcasing the finest indie games that were surely going to set…

February 13, 2019, 5,984

Respawn’s Apex Legends Reaches 25 Million Players

Respawn, previously known for the Titanfall franchise, stealth dropped their latest addition to the Frontier with Apex Legends. Apex Legends is the most recent Battle Royale game to hit the…

February 13, 2019, 1,022
Metro Exodus Review

Metro Exodus Review

We live in a world obsessed with post-apocalyptic stories, to the point where the genre is a bit crowded (especially in games and film). That doesn’t mean there aren’t any…

February 13, 2019, 1,006

HackyZack Review — A Footbag Life

There’s something to be said for the unassuming charm of a slightly obtuse puzzle platformer, where traversal can be slowed to a crawl and each and every move takes consideration.…

February 11, 2019, 772

Throwback Review: Geometry Wars Series – Dead Lights

Alright, let’s go back to the past real quick.   Cut back to 2005, and the Xbox 360 launches with a fat handful of titles. Most of them were sport…

February 10, 2019, 755

XIII Throwback Review — Style = Substance

The critique of “style over substance” carries an odd weight in reference to video games. First person shooters specifically can resign themselves to such dour aesthetics that any title that…

February 2, 2019, 846

Tangledeep now Available on Nintendo Switch

Launching a year ago today on the Steam store, Impact Gameworks’ roguelike Tangledeep is now on the Nintendo Switch eShop as well. Tangledeep is a roguelike with heavy RPG elements, made as…

February 1, 2019, 970
Pikuniku Title Screen

Pikuniku Review – Damn

I’ve played a lot of weird games in my day, including random Japanese anime games and several children’s educational games. Pikuniku is a whole other breed of bizarre. I asked…

January 30, 2019, 723