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Obliteracers – Review

Obliteracers zooms onto the PC gaming scene as a fun combat cart racer, allowing a whopping 16 local or online players. Racing takes a backseat to destroying your opponents. Combining arcade racing with such large scale party mechanics is a major selling point in this charming arcade title. Okay. Let …

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Someone has set us up the Bombshell: Review

Bombshell is a new isometric action RPG releasing today on STEAM, hailed by some as the “spiritual successor” of one of PC gaming’s most iconic characters of all time Duke Nukem. During the zenith of Duke’s popularity, it was synonymous with ostentatious sexual themes, over the top violence, and irreverent humor, but also enjoyed …

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JJ Wars Battlefront – Reviewed

What was your first Star Wars moment? I began at an early age, it was the first movie I watched in a theater- that’s how far back it starts for me. From the late 70s on, Star Wars would have a significant impact on my life. After the first hundred viewings, they became more than just mere …

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This Game Hits One Out of The Park: REVIEW

Clapping echoes from your footsteps disturb the night and the silence. With each footstep, the moist dirty sidewalk crunches beneath your soles.  You glance back. There’s nothing there. You glance back again. This time you are unsure if there is someone or something in the shadows. Two distant silhouettes saunter out into dim street …

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Skipping Mushroom 1 – 10, It’s Mushroom 11 : REVIEW

Goo. Goo never changes… Luckily game designs do, and given enough time a game designer will come along and take known genre concepts and spin them on their head. Every once in a while something unexpected and brilliant comes out of it. Easy to understand why we at GoneWithTheWin enjoy exploring so many indie titles, because …

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30 Years of Snake – The Phantom Pain Review

With 30 years of Metal Gear gaming under the belt, this month Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain released, together with the prequel chapter Ground Zeroes, Hideo Kojima ties up once again, more loose ends for Big Boss, this time in the 1980s on one of the largest stages ever set …

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Through the STASIS Looking Glass – Review

“Without a family, man, alone in the world, trembles with the cold.” The profound statement opens science fiction adventure horror game STASIS, developed by The Brotherhood. The somber cinematic opening and haunting introductory orchestrated music foreshadows what is to come. So, what is STASIS? Take the following influences: Sanitarium, Alien, Event Horizon, …

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If Humphrey Bogart starred in a PC game, it would be Calvino Noir

  Beads of sweat raced down like skiers off a lift, tripping up on the unkempt cactus field along my jaw. It was a hot summer day. People streamed in and out of this place letting in gusts of the Sahara in with them. Those that came in looked like miserable …

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