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Die By The Blade (Steam) – Review

‘Die by the Blade’ is a new 1v1, action fighting game in which you fight for your life as you clash blades with your samurai-punk opponent in this one-hit kill game, developed by Grindstone and published by Triple Hill Interactive and Toko Midori Games. Unfortunately, there is no actual directing

Apex Legends: Season 21 – Preview

MKAU Gaming was invited to an online virtual press event for the upcoming season of Apex Legends, which is Season 21 and has gotten the name Upheaval. The developers went into detail on some new additions coming to the latest season and were also super quiet about a few things.


Children Of The Sun (PC) – Review

“Children of the Sun” is a bizarre type of shooter game; it’s not particularly heavy on the fast-paced, action-heavy side of the shooter genre. Instead, it’s about thinking like a sniper. Created by developer, René Rother, and published by Devolver Digital, “Children of the Sun” encourages players to scope out


Phantom Abyss (Steam) – Review

I never considered a cursed temple filled with traps an excellent place to find oneself. Phantom Abyss proves that despite this, exploring trap-filled chambers makes for a pretty good video game. Team WIBY and the champs at Devolver Digital set a platforming challenge that takes relic hunting to the next


KarmaZoo (Steam) – Review

A few months ago, MKAU Gaming was invited to take part in the KarmaZoo hands-on preview, which you can read here, where I was able to play a few rounds with other media outlets as well as some of the development team from Pastagames, including Nadim Haddad, who I was


Up Or Lava! (Steam) – Review

Up or Lava! is a new indie game by Garden of Dreams, and it’s a parkour platformer game that has some deadly elements waiting for you. As you parkour your way up an obstacle course, there is a countdown to when lava will rise and will continue to rise to


Bloodhound (PC) – Review

Developed and published by Kruger and Flint Productions, Bloodhound is what is born from a clear love for old-school first-person shooters. Upon seeing the trailer for Bloodhound, I immediately picked up nostalgic vibes of the original Doom. Bloodhound did not disappoint, it not only brought back memories of Doom, but


Jagged Alliance 3 – Review

Having bounced back and forth between countless publishers and developers since as early as 2004, Jagged Alliance 3 is finally released, with credit going to Publisher, THQ Nordic, and developer, Haemimont Games. As with most games that struggle to land a consistent team able to work together at length to


Unholy – Review

Developed by Duality Games, Unholy is an unsettling horror adventure set in two parallel worlds. Explore both reality and a dark unholy world to unveil the mysterious disappearance of your child, all while finding clues, solving puzzles, and deciding whether to sneak or take on brutal enemies as you stand


Exoprimal – Review

Developed by Capcom, Exoprimal is an online, team-based action game that will challenge you in new ways. Pitted against waves of fearsome dinosaurs, it’s all up to you and your brave teammates to fend off this outbreak and fight for victory. The year is 2040, and a new crisis engulfs


Testament: The Order Of High Human – Review

Developed and published by Fairyship Games, Testament: The Order of High Human is an action-adventure game set in the fantasy world of Tessara. Blended with a mix of RPG and Metroidvania elements, you’ll experience various game mechanics, from first-person combat using physical combos and magic to navigating and platforming through


Forever Skies (Early Access) – Review

Forever Skies is a first-person, post-apocalyptic survival game set in a future Earth no longer habitable by humans, forcing people to leave the planet or live atop skyscrapers to conduct research. Forever Skies was developed and produced by Far From Home, a Polish game studio newly established in 2020, and


Death From Above (Early Access) – Review

Developed by Rockodile, ‘Death From Above’ is an arcade-style, drone sim set during the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Your objective is to take control of your drone and give back the freedom and safety of the Ukrainian people. You are tasked with taking down military personnel and their operations using

Deceit 2 – Preview

Deceit is back with the up-and-coming Deceit 2, and everyone is getting ready to deceive their friends. Gear up with up to 8 other players, and either try to survive or kill the people you’re trapped with. Can you get through the Game Master’s games and live to tell the


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