Steampunk’d: Teslapunk review

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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

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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

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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 months 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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Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback wheel review

by 2 months ago

As an avid player of racing games, I always appreciated the novelty of the low-end plastic racing wheels and pedals that started becoming available as I was growing up. I …

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Bring it all Down: Kaboom Review

by 2 months ago

The duality between creation and destruction defines the human experience. We thrive on sacrifice and consume to exist. But that’s all a little dark for game night, so Kaboom lets …

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Branded as the enemy: The Walking Dead – A New Frontier Episode 2: The Ties that Bind Part 2 review

by 2 months ago

The Walking Dead - A New Frontier: The Ties that Bind Part 2 builds on the action-packed first episode of the season three premiere. The game starts off right after …

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A small light in the dark: The Walking Dead- A New Frontier Episode 1: The Ties that Bind Part 1 review

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The first season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead not only made the studio a household name, but arguably transformed the adventure game genre as a whole, bringing back the mostly-dead …

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Yes Spidey, there is a Galactus: Gwenpool Holiday: Merry Mix-Up review

by 2 months ago

If you told me a year ago that we would have a comic about a ghost version of Hitler teaching Red Skull the heartwarming meaning of the “Hail Hydra”, I …

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I Turn We All Turn: U-Turn Review

by 2 months ago

    The essence of a good abstract game is a simple set of rules that hide evolving depth to challenge players. U-Turn absolutely excels at both of these design goals, and …

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    Wishful thinking: 3 Wishes review

    by 2 months ago

    As a casual board game player whose experience caps off at Catan and Pandemic, I like games that are very simple and quick, while also being lighthearted and fun. Strawberry …

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    May I have a mulligan? Mini Golf Resort review

    by 2 months ago

    The hardest games to review are not the ones that are exceptionally great nor horrendously bad, but ones that fit smack dab in the middle of those extremes. It’s with …

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