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21 May 2020

The Gig Economy Meets Firefighting in ‘Embr’ on Early Access

I remember when I was a kid, as many kids did, I wanted to be a firefighter. Not necessarily all that unique, but hey, you got to ride in a sweet firetruck! Alas, Muse Games brings that childhood dream alive in their latest title, Embr: Uber Firefighters… albeit, with a

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07 May 2020

Moving Out Review

There is just something that is so inviting about turning menial real-life tasks, such as cooking or, in this case moving out, into a zany coop game. It’s been and continues to be done across video games of all sorts, and the latest in the line of wacky coop games

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20 Apr 2020

Diving Back Into Sea of Solitude

Sea of Solitude was an instantly captivating game when I saw the first trailer. An incredibly rich and enticing color palette painted upon an equally beautiful art design and I was sold. Strictly speaking, I judged a book by its cover. The story which would unfold would soon prove that

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13 Jul 2017

Shakedown: Hawaii Full Reveal Trailer

Here’s the first look at the successor to Retro City Rampage. Shakedown: Hawaii will be releasing on the PS4, PS Vita, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Nintendo 3DS. No release date given at the moment.

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02 May 2017

My First 10 Hours with Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom

Shiness has come quite a ways from its inception being a kickstarted title by Enigami and later published by Focus Home Interactive. The manga-esque RPG mixed with a more in-depth fighting game battle system packs a lot into, from what I’ve read, a more condensed campaign. A full-review will fall

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23 Feb 2017

Co-op AND Single Player at Its Finest | Shift Happens Review

We’ll get this out of the way early; I’m generally not a fan of puzzle platformers. They often just feel too tedious and random for me to be able to pull any fun out of the title. Sure, there are exceptions to my dislike of puzzle platformers, the notable title

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29 Feb 2016

Super Awesome! | Superhot Review

There are few genres that have been as overcrowded as first person shooters, and the genre plods forward year-by-year with innovation happening at a snail’s pace. But, the Superhot team decided to thrust the genre forward with its debut title of the same name. While Superhot was first a creation

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03 Aug 2015

Stay Lucky | The Last Survivors Review

For those of us in California, The Last Survivors hits a little bit too close to home. What would become of the world without rain? Water, the most precious and coveted resource, is in short supply and controlled by someone bigger and meaner than you. What would you do? Would

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17 Jul 2015

Delivers Fun and Hilarity in Equal Measure | No Time to Explain Review

When you load up Tiny Build’s No Time to Explain, you’re immediately greeted with a little dude dancing in his house. Next, you see “you from the future” bust through the wall, utter the famous “No Time to Explain” line, only to be snatched up by a giant mutant space

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15 Jul 2015

Hits with Gameplay, Misses with Story | Tachyon Project Review

Loading up Eclipse Games’ Tachyon Project on my Xbox One was exciting and had me optimistic for a fun, multi-directional shooter, and in regards to the gameplay, I can’t say I was disappointed. The game is fun, has versatile enemies and changing mechanics, but after getting started in the story mode, I

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08 Jul 2015

Check Out the New Trailer for Viking Action RPG, KYN

KYN is a viking themed action RPG by developer Tangrin. The game is set to launch on PC July 28th.

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15 Jun 2015

E3 2015: Devlover Digital Bringing Four Titles To PS4

Devolver Digital, of Hotline Miami 1, 2 The Talos Principle and probably any other game you enjoy fame, is bringing four titles to PS4. Ronin, Eitr, Mother Russia Bleeds and Crossing Souls will be making their console debuts on PS4. It’s hard to put into words how exciting this is

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