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Terra Nil – Preview

In a gaming world saturated by cold-hearted zombies, violent shooters, hack n slash RPGs, and… well, more shooters, Terra Nil offers you a nice warm blanket, a fresh cup of tea, soothing ambience, and a chance to restore nature’s ecosystem to its former glory. Lovely! Upon starting the game, you

5

Catsperience – Review

Have you ever wondered why cats like to punt any breakable object off any available surface and watch it smash? I’ve always imagined it was something to do with the demonic presence writhing around just behind their eyes, an almost out-of-body experience that allowed the devil to raise their paw

7

Empire Of Sin – Review

The ’20s have finally rolled around again so it’s the perfect time to bust out the tailored suits and Jazz music. Unfortunately, most of us have been stuck inside since the start of 2020. A minor setback, but it has definitely hampered our ability to go out and start an

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Port Royale 4: Buccaneers DLC – Review

Port Royal 4 is a strategy civilization game based around keeping your country alive, however, the newly added DLC Buccaneers allows you to become pirates, allowing you to pillage and adds more content to the already pretty expansive base game. Developed by Gaming Minds Studio and released on the 21st

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Siege Survival: Gloria Victis – Review

As a game focused wholly on its story, Siege Survival: Gloria Victis is very invested in its character development and accuracy in its time and theme. Blackeye Games and FishTankStudio have successfully ventured out and created a game that is very entertaining with its strategical and over-thinking genre allowing you

7

Size Matters – Review

This is it, my friends. Definitive proof that, despite what many of my partners have tried to reassure me, size really does matter. At least it certainly does when you’re a rapidly shrinking scientist doing your best to concoct a cure! Brought to us by the developers at Mazen Games,

8

MotoGP 21 (Xbox Series X) – Review

There are a few things in this world that will remain constant; death, taxes, and yearly installments of sports genre games. While I agree that MotoGP 21 is a racing sim, the sport itself has been thoroughly explored in the latest edition of the long-running franchise. From the three-tiered campaign

Siege Survival: Gloria Victis – Preview

As a game focused wholly on its story, Siege Survival: Gloria Victis is very invested in its character development and accuracy in its time and theme. Blackeye Games and FishTankStudio have successfully ventured out and created a game that is very entertaining with its strategical and over-thinking genre allowing you

9

Oddworld: Soulstorm – Review

Oddworld: Soulstorm, developed by Oddworld Inhabitants is the newest installment of the Oddworld series and a re-imagining of Abe’s Exoddus. Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee was I believe the very first PlayStation game I ever owned when I got a PS1 for my birthday in 1997. As mentioned earlier this is the

5

Trader Life Simulator – Review

Designed and published by Mohammed Qasrawi, and released on the 22nd February 2021 there is a lot this game needs to work on in terms of a proper tutorial, and almost nothing to guide you in this “ascend-to-the-top-like” trading game. However, let’s get into the finer details. You wake up,

8.5

Bladed Fury – Review

‘Bladed Fury’ published and developed by NEXT Studios (another Tencent studio might I add), is certainly not inventing the wheel but with its simplistic hack and slash qualities and manageable RPG elements is certainly a dang good time. In a feudal China, warring dynasties fight for power, and dark magic

8

Spacebase Startopia – Review

Have you ever had the dream of colonizing an international space doughnut? Of course, you have! “Spacebase Startopia” is here to scratch that itch, that is until Elon Musk, inevitably launches his own international space doughnut that is open to the public. That may take a while, but Kalypso’s “Spacebase

6

Eximius: Seize The Frontline – Review

Eximius: Seize the Frontline is a unique cross between first-person shooters and strategy-like tactical games, created and published by Ammobox Studios. Its very unique detailings and generic tactical gear create an interestingly developed game that has had the dedication of its developers and artists. Eximius: Seize the Frontline is set

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Doodle Devil: 3volution – Review

Published and Developed by Joybits, Doodle Devil 3volution is the natural predecessor to Doodle God, a puzzle game that has players creating their own worlds by unlocking elements, sins, and life. The main game has players combing a small number of starter elements that can be combined to create more,

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Table Tennis Pro – Review

Some people love table tennis. They live for the game and put their blood, sweat, and tears into it. Others think table tennis is incredibly boring, much like soccer. Or tennis. Or watching paint dry. I am neither of them. I am a gamer. So when I started playing Table

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Trashed (Early Access) – Review

It’s your first day of work and your supervisor is showing you the ropes when his boss calls him and tells him that you are his replacement, he swiftly proceeds in telling his boss where to go. You’ve done it, you are now in charge of a waste transfer station

7.5

Loop Hero – Review

Since last visiting Loop Hero in preview, I can safely say there aren’t any major updates to their addictive strategy game other than the obvious extra end game content. Thank god, as this is one game that I originally enjoyed for the unique plot points for the characters and the

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Breathedge – Review

There’s an old saying that goes: “Never judge a book by its cover”. I’m sure you’ve heard that line before, right? If not, it basically means appearances can be deceiving. Well, the cover art for this game is definitely deceiving. You may be hindered by the image of an astronaut

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Skater XL – Review

Published and developed by Easy Day Studios PTY LTD, Skater XL is in a school of its own and is a solid simulator compared to Tony Hawk, or the Skate series. Upon starting, players will have a tutorial that teaches the basics of movement and how each thumbstick works to

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MXGP 2020 – Review

MXGP 2020 is the latest official Motocross video game published and developed by Milestone S.r.l. Get ready for some adrenalin filled motocross action that is both challenging and rewarding. You can become the world champion through the campaign, or just enjoy the ride in one of many different game modes.

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Roundguard – Review

Oh my, what is this? A whacky, rogue-like, dungeon-crawling pinball machine with RPG elements? I’m not going to lie, folks, I was pretty excited to give this a go as I love a good dungeon-crawling RPG, but the pinball element both threw and intrigued me. Brought to us by Wonderbelly

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