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Nintendo Highlights Upcoming Switch…

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A recent video posted by Nintendo showed off several Indie games coming to the console over the next year. Here’s the list: SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, coming 2019.…

Guacamelee! 2 Review –…

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Truth be told, the original Guacamelee! wasn’t exactly the most appetizing Enchilada.   It didn’t feel like it was setting out to blow any minds, merely existing to fill some undetermined…
Much of Brawl's cast stands ready to take their world back

Throwback Review- The Subspace…

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Back when The Avengers was merely a dream starting to be realized through Iron Man, Nintendo already had their biggest crossover event to date revealed: the adventure mode in Super Smash Bros. Brawl,…

Spooktober 2018- Throwback Review-…

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Puppeteer is a fascinating game for many reasons. It launched in September 10th, 2013 in the States, one week before Grand Theft Auto V, which went on to become…

Spooktober 2018 –Alice: Madness…

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2011 was a wild, weird, positively mad year for EA. You had your pre-requisite disappointing entry in the Need for Speed franchise; you had an entry in the Harry…

Throwback Review: Sonic Adventure…

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Live and don’t learn, that’s me, because after having an absolutely miserable time with Sonic Adventure, I came right back for more with Sonic Adventure 2. While I’m sure both games…

GoNNER Review – I…

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This Saturday was awful.   Here I am, October a month away, and I’m trying to write all of these horror pieces, but then I hear about how good Bad…

Marvel’s Spider-Man Review: Another…

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Spider-Man has probably the best luck with video games, next to Batman. The Super Nintendo/Genesis beat-em-ups, the 2000 PlayStation game, movie tie-ins up to Spider-Man 3, and even some…

Tyler: Model 005 Review…

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Maximum Games released another bad game? Oh, you mean it’s Tuesday.   I don’t get this. I don’t understand this plan of action that the Californian publisher have, which…

Mulaka Review – Lost…

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Mmm, tribal culture.   The life of the lost, the wonders of the isolated, the love of it all. Pure intentions, untouched by gluttony and hedonism, it’s all so…

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