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Welcome back, taffer. We review Thief

by 2 months ago

There are games that define a genre. Ultima Online and Everquest defined MMOs for decades to come, Mario gave us platformers, Wolfenstein 3D ushered in the first-person shooter, and Thief …

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Have no fear — Slender Man Origins

by 2 months ago

Slender Man rose out of the black abyss that is the Something Awful forums back in 2009.  He has all the trappings of a grade A horror creature: lumberingly tall, …

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All work and no play — Weapon Shop de Omasse review

by 2 months ago

Most games want you to feel like the savior of the world, the chosen one of fate. As the one who is slated to save the world, you would likely …

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Titanfall ain’t got nothin’ on these robots – Drunken Robot Pornography Review

by 2 months ago

I didn't know what to expect from a game called Drunken Robot Pornography (DRP). I suspected it might be based off of some obscure Japanese anime, featuring a gang of …

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We never liked [insert least favorite country] anyway… – Tomorrow Review

by 2 months ago

With arguably the most accessible theme ever, Pandemic beckons us in with the call to save humanity. Who could possibly protest that theme? Sure, some people may not be as …

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Breakin’ Atmo booster for Firefly: The Game

by 2 months ago

What could possibly make Firefly: The Game any better? More cards! In case you were not happy with the 250 cards in the base game, Gale Force Nine has released …

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Good clean fun – Dustforce review

by 2 months ago

Welcome to the age of indie games. Thanks to advancements in design programs that allow for small team development, and increased internet speeds that make digital-only distribution a reality, more …

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Insert ape-related pun here — Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze review

by 2 months ago

Donkey Kong’s just wanted to be liked for so long. The erstwhile villain to everyone’s favorite plumber, Donkey Kong decided long ago that if you can’t beat him, you might …

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More than one way to skin a monster – Toukiden: The Age of Demons review

by 2 months ago

I've never understood the appeal of monster hunting. Generally I prefer my RPG's with deep plots and rich characters rather than a focus on battles and collecting, which is why …

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Dawn of the dead — The Last of Us: Left Behind

by 2 months ago

Left Behind, the story-based DLC follow-up to our 2013 Game of the Year, doesn’t really need to exist, but I’m glad it does. The beauty of The Last of Us’ …

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Even a Senzu Bean can’t revive this fallen warrior — Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z review

by 2 months ago

I remember when I first loaded Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3 into my PS2. While I had been skeptical from previous games, someone who I trusted really enjoyed it so …

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When less isn’t more – Review of The Builders: Middle Ages

by 2 months ago

A Kickstarter campaign recently ended successfully for a game that consists of one card. And thus we have reached the lower limit of the microgame. What’s a microgame? The hottest …

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