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Wargroove Review

Whoever came up with the name Wargroove deserves an award for the most fitting title in gaming to date. It perfectly encapsulates the game's distinct charm...

Rainswept Review

Created by Frostwood Interactive, Rainswept is a murder mystery and physiological brain twister that's hard to look away from. The story follows Detective Stone,...

Hyper Jam Review

The best games to talk about when reviewing are those that generate a big reaction. It can be positive or negative, as ripping a...

Unruly Heroes Review

It's safe to say that if a game is going to tackle an age-old story then it had better do it right. Unruly Heroes tackles...
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39 Days to Mars Review

39 Days to Mars is a couch co-op 2D puzzler, created by It's Anecdotal, set in the 19th Century following two scientists, Sir Albert Wickesand...

Switchblade Review

Released in Early Access during August 2018, Switchblade is one of the latest in a long lineage of competitive vehicular combat titles, having now...

Rehtona Review

Rehtona is a puzzle game with bigger ambition. With bright colors, charming graphics, and a thoughtful soundtrack it is certainly reaching for the next evolutionary step in this saturated genre. But at its heart, it is still a puzzle game. It is, unfortunately, a sad reality that makes itself known.

Life is Strange #2 Review

Our beloved partners in time, Max and Chloe, return in Issue #2 of Titan’s ‘Life is Strange’ comics, which explores one possible timeline following...

Dragon Marked For Death Review

Dragon Marked For Death is the latest title from Inti Creates, the developer/publisher of the Mega Man Zero titles among others. This action-RPG puts...

City of Brass Review

First released via Early Access on Steam in 2017, City of Brass makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch. Finally, players are also able...
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Alita: Battle Angel Review

Robots in fiction come in all shapes and sizes: From the adorable Wall-E, to the eerie Machine Man, to the terrifying Terminator. Few films,...

Dragon Ball Super: Broly Review

So I may not be a 10-year-old anymore hooked on high-octane, colorful and flashy action, but shit! The latest installment of Dragon Ball Super: Broly...
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RIOT: Civil Unrest Review

One thing that immediately caught my eye with RIOT: Civil Unrest was its visuals. While it features pixel art and lots of it, it's one of the more detailed pixel visuals I've seen in a while. The game also appealed to that side of me that likes to see events and conflict between good vs. evil play out. Though there is a fairly deep and real undertone to this game.

God Eater 3 Review

It doesn't feel like all too long ago that the hunting genre became a popular and mainstream addition to gaming's diverse roster. Although they're...
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Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

Kingdom Hearts 3 is finally here. After 13 years the numbered sequel to the long-standing series is upon us! Our favorite trio is back...

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