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Shining Resonance Refrain Review…

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Y’know, Sega, you’re an odd publisher when it comes to games.   When you’re not busy making another questionable Sonic game, you’re on the prowl looking to make obscure…

Red Faction Guerrilla: Re-Mars-tered…

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Ohoho, I have been waiting for this.   Since the day THQ went bust and left behind a huge legacy of video game gold, there has been one single…

Next Up Hero Review…

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Okay, Xbox Game Pass, I see your plan here. You sucker people in with the great games you have on offer for 10 dollars a month and when you…

Throwback Review: Sonic Generations-…

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Sonic the Hedgehog, for whatever reason, wasn’t a childhood franchise of mine. I was too busy hanging around on the Comet Observatory or messing about in Scribblenauts to bother with…

Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion…

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Back when I reviewed Splatoon 2, I said that I loved Splatoon‘s single player campaign and thought Splatoon 2‘s was an overall improvement, gameplay-wise. While I still think that…

State of Decay 2…

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Alright, let’s get one thing straight here: the original State of Decay wasn’t good.   It was lifeless zombie slaughter hiding behind a warm visual design. That was it,…

Extinction – It’s All…

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Developer IRON GALAXY and publisher Modus have brought into the world what looks to be an Attack on Titan game without the weird/edgy aspects. A race of ogre-like creatures…
A Way Out Game Review

A Way Out Review:…

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A Way Out is a co-op game from Hazelight Studios in which two players must band together to find a way out of prison and get revenge on a…

My Lovely Daughter –…

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The newest game from TOGE Productions is a dark game called My Lovely Daughter, which shows off an amazing art style that emphasizes the sinister things a person will…

SYMMETRY Review – (Death…

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See, this is the problem with Survival games.   They always have to be based around a gimmick, something that’s so inherently different, that the developer hopes you can…

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