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Quest Hunter Review

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Are you trying to scratch that dungeon-crawling, RPG itch? Already played through Diablo, Titan Quest, Torchlight, and the Sacred series? Then Quest Hunter is the game you’re looking for! Quest…

ASCENDANCE: First Horizon Review…

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Now… I’m a fan of walking simulators, moreso than the average human being.   I give Dear Esther some of the credit it deserves. My favorite game of all time can…
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Devolver Bootleg Review —…

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Yeah, I know, it seems like a cheap shot but I put down my $4.94 for Devolver’s postmodernist charade and dammit I’m gonna get my two cents (retained via…
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Sea of Solitude Review…

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In an imperfect world where we all struggle with the isolation that comes with our mistakes, inadequacies, and insecurities, how can we press on? Understanding this question gives life…

Xenon Racer Review –…

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Ridge Racer was a thing at one point.   Never played it before, because I was an F-Zero and Forza man, goddamnit, but Ridge Racer mostly being a PlayStation exclusive was always something I envied, even…
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Dawn of Man Review…

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Simulation games have always been some of my favorites: no matter how unbelievably incompetent and incapable I am, these sorts of games give me a chance to feel like…

Baba is You Review…

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Surface level subversion has reached a dead-end across indie game development. It’s almost a prerequisite in certain subgenres that your game acknowledges its own existence, prodding at it and…

Vaporum Review – System…

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How is it that Bioshock doesn’t get ripped off mercilessly?   System Shock is one thing, but Bioshock has had the privilege of aging more gracefully, along with having…

Mars: Chaos Menace Review…

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Man, do I miss seeing sh’m’ups release frequently.   The sh’m’up arcade scene was always worth its weight in gold. Constant endless challenges of precision and brute force, with…

Dusk Review — Dusk…

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There’s no better leverage in game development than repurposing timeless mechanics, especially those that have been arbitrarily partitioned to the past. Amidst the cacophony of free-to-play battle royales and…

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