Game Review

Review: Holy Potatoes! What the Hell?!

Nike socks, Nike slides, Nike shorts … You know how it is, sometimes you fall in love with a brand and you go overboard with it. My ensembles need to have a theme! Surely developer Daylight Studios agrees with me as they usher in their third starch-based simulator Holy Potatoes! …

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REVIEW: JYDGE

There’s a scene in Back To The Future II, where Doc Brown turns to Marty and says “Justice moves swiftly in the future now that they’ve abolished all lawyers”. Of course, the next evolution of that concept would be the Judge Dredd comics. A bad ass with the powers of …

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Project 1v1: What We’ve Learned From the Closed Technical Test

Project 1v1, Gearbox’s newest IP, is now in closed technical testing in North America only. You won’t find any streaming videos or new screenshots yet, as Gearbox is still playing its cards close to the chest. What we can discuss is our experiences with the it so far. While slated …

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REVIEW: A Robot Named Fight

A Robot Named Fight!  releases on Steam today, a new metroidvania game that goes beyond giving homages to the games that defined the genre. In fact, the similarities can be a too striking at times. That could be good, because who could hate a game that reminds them of a …

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PREVIEW: Warhammer 40,000 Inquisitor: Martyr – Part I

UPDATE: Along with today’s EA release a massive 2.8GB update followed for those where alpha testers. There are now more mission types, co-op and multiplayer options, and numerous performance enhancements. It does not change the potential and good things we have already seen. On the contrary, we plan on writing …

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REVIEW: DisTRUST

Distrust, uses the line “inspired by John Carpenter’s The Thing“as its only description on its Steam page. That is a bold tagline! Hearing it conjures up thrilling plot reveals, a mysterious creature, and a bevy of Kurt Russell’s goofiest faces. Reading this short description raised my eyebrow; as it will …

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PREVIEW: Party Hard Tycoon

There was a time when pixel people could party all night long until they pass out drunk in a back alley; without the fear of being mutilated by a psychotic party-pooping killer. I’m going to go ahead and say Party Hard Tycoon will could be a prequel to the ostentatious …

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REVIEW: Fictorum

Games that center around a certain gimmick, tend to make gamers on a budget nervous. Rightfully so, who wants to get burned on yet another bad game with a singular hook? Fictorum holds its hand out offering physics and explosions galore, but does it hold up? Fictorum, might just be the …

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REVIEW: Slime Rancher

When we first got our hands on this title during its Early Access period, we were not sure what to expect. It was easy to become smitten with Slime Rancher’s unique charm. It has been a delight to follow this game over the last 18 months.  We have watched as developer Monomi …

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REVIEW: Solstice Chronicles: MIA ?

It’s you and the grimy overheated cannons transfixed to your white knuckle grips. Then before you a sea of mottled flesh, claws, and snarling fangs a view that only last for seconds. Soon their exploding masses and squeals of agony echo with flashes of light with waves of flames. There …

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