Sean Anthony

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Old Game, New Price, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Review

by 6 days ago

Whenever someone mentions “fighting games,” as a genre, there is always a franchise my mind goes to first: Street Fighter, the longest-lasting and oldest fighting game franchise. Thanks to Capcom’s …

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Life is unbearable, Death is your ally, Super Rude Bear Resurrection Review

by 3 weeks ago

Every once in awhile, I come across a game that makes me think about deep, philosophical questions. Am I a good person? How can I make better choices? Do I …

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Dark, Damp, Colorful: Scanner Sombre Review

by 4 weeks ago

It’s dark. Very dark. You’re unable to see anything. Nearby, you spot a VR Headset and a LIDAR scanner. With these equipped, your world has become much more… colorful. And …

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New Nintendo 2DS XL revealed

by 1 month ago

No, this isn't a late April Fools joke, this is the next installment in the 3DS family. Following in the footsteps of affordable handheld devices, the New Nintendo 2DS XL is …

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Pop Into Shape: Puyo Puyo Tetris Review

by 1 month ago

Tetris has been a popular franchise in the west for decades. There have even been psychological studies done on the effects of Tetris on the brain. In japan, however, the …

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Agents of Mayhem Launching August 15th

by 1 month ago

Deep Silver has put together, in humorous fashion, a trailer for the upcoming open world third-person action game, Agents of Mayhem. To celebrate the crunch of tax day, Deep Silver …

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When the world grows without you, Night in the Woods Review

by 2 months ago

Growing up is hard. There was once a popular thought among teenagers that your growing will end when you become an adult. Of course, this is a common misconception. We’re …

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Nintendo announces “ARMS” and “Splatoon 2” centered Direct Stream this Wednesday

by 2 months ago

Nintendo announced this morning that it'll be holding a Nintendo Direct stream this Wednesday at 3:00 p.m PT. It will mainly focus on ARMS and Splatoon 2, but it appears …

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Two Worlds, Zero Consequences, Major\Minor Review

by 2 months ago

Visual Novels have been around in some form for decades. Arguably, the visual novel could be the video game successor of the “choose your own adventure book.” If done properly, …

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All for One, Free for All: Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Preview

by 2 months ago

Isolation was once a thing we tried to stay away from. We longed for the companionship of others, the help to overcome difficult tasks. Over time, however, we’ve found that …

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Starting in the Slums – Streets of Rogue Preview

by 2 months ago

Roguelikes are becoming increasingly popular, especially in the world of indie gaming. Streets of Rogue, a game in early access on Steam developed by Matt Dabrowski and published by tinyBuild …

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How a Game Almost Ruined My Long-Term Relationship, a Snipperclips Review

by 3 months ago

Team building exercises are a love-hate relationship in any workplace. You work together for a common goal and find your partner’s strengths along the way. At the same time, you …

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