A lot to do in 2064: Read Only Memories

by 20 hours ago

Read Only Memories is a delightful retro-inspired game exploring artificial intelligence, the future of technology, and what it means to be human. Confronting several current social issues as well as …

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The girl who fell from the sky and changed the world – Gravity Rush 2 review

by 2 days ago

Japan Studio created magic when it brought the charming and lively character of Kat to life. Everyone’s favorite nevi-fighting Gravity Queen is back in Gravity Rush 2, and she hasn't …

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Pluses and minuses: Pokemon Go Plus review

by 5 days ago

With the success of last year’s Pokémon GO, many trainers have been anticipating getting their hands on the promised supplementary wearable. While the Pokémon GO Plus isn’t a game-changer, it does …

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Cheap thrills: Montaro review

by 5 days ago

When I’m in the mood, I like looking for cheap things on Steam or the Humble Bundle, and I usually come up with decently great finds, such as The Music …

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Middling musical: Stereo Aereo review

by 5 days ago

David Bowie, Prince, Michael Jackson. We’ve lost so many 80s legends over the past few years that it’s kind of depressing, to be honest. However, these people remind us that …

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Just another day in Myrathia: WarQuest Review

by 6 days ago

The most well-known area control board game has to be Risk.  While other games like Axis and Allies and Samurai Swords had more depth, pushing the Roman numerals around the …

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Violence Inherent in the System: Fief France 1429 Review

by 7 days ago

Medieval times were hardly for the faint of heart. Treachery, wars, plagues, and famine were all too commonplace. Lords of the period were in a constant battle for power and …

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Watch me whip, now watch me Shantae-Nae: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero review

by 1 week ago

It’s Shantae! She’s here to save the town, but the town’s problems are a little too big for her cliche genie breeches. Platforming, belly-dancing, trancing out, and flailing her hair, …

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Steampunk’d: Teslapunk review

by 1 week ago

There’s nothing that brings me back to the 90s arcade era quite like the bullet hell genre. Pumping quarters to defeat blisteringly fast bosses all while memorizing patterns and avoiding …

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Lavish leekspins, pretty popstars: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone review

by 1 week ago

I miss the music game scene over here. Back in the Rock Band/Guitar Hero heyday, I used to love seeing dozens of my friends play with plastic peripherals and having …

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All the Rage: Bulldogs: Heart of the Fury Review

by 2 weeks ago

A dark hand reaches out over the galaxy. It’s changing minds, gaining power, and manipulating entire star systems. True heroes could go out to right this wrong...but all we have …

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Call Me Ishmael: New Bedford Review

by 2 weeks ago

New Bedford is certainly not the first game to be released with an unconventional theme. Greater than Game’s release about eighteenth century whaling is no more unique than, say, Takenoko’s …

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