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Super Cloudbuilt Review

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Speed isn’t a factor in video games as much as it used to be.   I still find it incredibly hilarious that the infamous Doomguy barrelled through Doom 1 at a speed faster than Usain Bolt, and then Doom 3 happened. And all that disappeared in favour of making System Shock but with Cacodemons. Even…

Splatoon 2 Review:…

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After Nintendo released Splatoon back in 2015, it was met with a surprising amount of success, especially for a brand new IP released on a not so successful console. Splatoon captured gamers worldwide with it’s charming character designs and unique take on the online shooter genre. It only made…

The Aven Colony…

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There was much speculation about the Aven Colony before it’s release, whether it would provide us with a brand new refreshing city builder, or rather in this case, a colony builder. Or it would just be Sim City gone universal(literally). So, let’s dive into the phenomenon that is Aven…

Fortnite Early Access…

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Remember when Minecraft came to public attention?   God, what a storm. Every man, woman, child and bacterial cell came out of the woodwork to praise its sheer scope of creativity and like always, the imitators arrived in full force, looking to make a quick dollar. Castleminer Z, Terraria, No Man’s Sky,…

Conga Master Review

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I have played some.. Avant-garde titles, as of late.   In the past 6 or 7 months, I’ve played some of the weirdest titles to ever grace my systems. Mr. Pumpkin Adventure, Sylvio, The Town of Light, 6180 The Moon, Crypt of The Serpent King, to name a few. Every single…

Moon Hunters Review:…

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Going out of your comfort zone isn’t too bad sometimes.   It’s nice to venture beyond what you know you like in favour of a total gamble, and finding out that gamble was a successful move. Oxenfree, Claire, de Blob 2, Westerado, are all titles that come from genres / people…

Deadcore Review

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Yeah, don’t ask me, I have no idea what this is either.   Ever heard of Deadcore? No? How could you not? It’s clearly at the forefront of the unending queue of Portal clones! Q.U.B.E? The Turing Test? Back down! DeadCore is here to show all those posers how it’s don— Ok, I’ll…

GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review-…

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Aww yeah, baby, time for the Summer Spotlight.   Since the year of 2008, Microsoft have made summer a showcase for the cream of the crop to come out and wow the crowds. First came the XBLA Summer of Arcade, which spawned some brilliant titles like Braid, LIMBO, Bastion…

Iron Crypticle Review

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Goddamn, I like a good ol’ twin-stick shooter.   It’s a simplistic genre, yet so engaging. Geometry Wars, Smash TV, and Tachyon Project, are all bite-sized brilliance that anybody can get into. At its worst, these games are boring, which is rare, but could happen. Thankfully, Iron Crypticle has proven to be a worthy addition…

Black The Fall…

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If I took a tequila shot for every atmospheric puzzle-platformer I’ve played since LIMBO first blessed us in 2010, I would’ve died three years ago.   The arty puzzle-platformer is a dime a dozen nowadays, ever since Braid graced us with it’s unique gameplay premise and unorthodox storytelling that might’ve been about a…

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Game Streaming Services Only Appeal to 15% of European Gamers

Stadia and xCloud have claimed themselves to be the future of gaming. While the idea of streaming gaming content is likely to become a normality in the days to come,…

June 26, 2019, 293
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The 2019 Steam Summer Sale Has Begun

From now (give or take some technical difficulties) until July 9th, the annual Steam Summer Sale will be active to expand your backlogs and thin out your wallets. Competition has…

June 25, 2019, 428

New Sony Patent Outlines Elimination of Loading Screens

An interesting patent from Sony resurfaced recently, which appears to outline how the company intends on eliminating the nuisance of loading screens. A distinct philosophy Sony adopted to generate excitement…

June 24, 2019, 362

PSN Flash Sale

Playstation, every now and again, will run special sales on select games in their store. They decided to do another one, and it ends tomorrow! Go check out the games…

June 23, 2019, 413

Settlers of Catan Available on Nintendo Switch

Settlers of Catan is a popular board game originally published in 1995. It’s well known for being a strategy game with fairly simple rules requiring collaboration with other players, its…

June 22, 2019, 482

Xbox Project Scarlett Faces Development Issues, Secondary Console Cancelled

Microsoft’s next-generation console titled Project Scarlett, which has been announced at this year’s E3 press conference, seemingly encountered some development issues recently. According to industry insider Brad Sams, Microsoft had…

June 21, 2019, 357

Windscape Review – Fable Threw

Well, E3 came and went.   Everyone did their usual schtick, it was as predictable as ever. Nintendo supposedly saved the conference with a Breath of The Wild sequel, Bethesda did their…

June 20, 2019, 393
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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories Announced for Western Release

The Disaster Report franchise has a history of spinning surviving natural disasters in Japan into some of the strangest game experiences possible. Despite only operating on the fringes of Western…

June 20, 2019, 446
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Nintendo Switch Mini Leaked

For months we’ve heard speculation and rumors regarding Nintendo’s potential plans to release a new, smaller, and cheaper version of the Nintendo Switch sometime this year. It looks like we…

June 19, 2019, 458
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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Beta Announced for PS4

The landmark entry in the Monster Hunter franchise, Monster Hunter World, will be followed by the release of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on September 6th, 2019 for PS4 and Xbox One. For…

June 18, 2019, 373