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Get-A-Grip Chip – Review

Redstart Interactive brings us a small grappling bot named Chip who works at a factory that manufactures battery bots. One day things go awry and there’s a malfunction on the manufacturing line, an Observer bot gets caught by a stray gear, turns rogue and ultimately destroys the factory. This awol

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Disc Room – Review

Disc Room, created by Terri, Dose, Kitty and JW, and published by Devolver Digital, is now available on PC and Switch, taking place in the orbit of Jupiter as a giant disc is discovered. It is a puzzle room survival game, with each room having a timer to record your

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9 Monkeys of Shaolin – Review

Another week, another review, and this time I get the chance to play 9 Monkeys of Shaolin. I like most things to do with martial arts, especially a Cinemax show called Warrior. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. Now this game takes me back to old-time Kung

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DARQ – Review

Have you ever had a dream that you felt you couldn’t wake up from? How you either had complete control or total chaos in the imaginary world you have built in your sleep. Unfold Games have taken that concept and turned it into a fluid, mind-bending, world warping puzzle, horror-inspired

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The Survivalists – Review

Imagine being stranded on an island, washed up on a beach with nothing but the shirt on your back. Do you think you could survive? With the steadily increasing list of survival games, I think most people feel like they’d have some idea. I mean, you can simply punch a

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Dustoff Z – Review

Published by Zordix and Green Man Gaming, and developed by Invictus Games, Dustoff Z is a spinoff of the Dustoff series which focused on players taking control of a military chopper, flying into war zones, shooting down enemy vehicles, rescuing hostages and bringing them back to safety. Dustoff Z is

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Re:Turn – One Way Trip – Review

A group of college friends go camping in the woods, what could possibly go wrong? Sounds like another horror cliché, right? Well, Re:Turn – One Way Trip is not your standard horror game. This gritty 2D side-scrolling puzzle-adventure horror game, developed by Red Ego Games and published by Green Man

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Drake Hollow – Review

Drake Hollow is published and developed by The Molasses Flood, and is available on PC and Xbox, readily accessible through Game Pass. This review will cover both Xbox and PC versions. Drake Hollow pulls the player from the real world as they are transported to the Hollow or Veil, and

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Projection: First Light – Review

‘Projection: First Light’ is a unique game with a classic platformer wrapper tied neatly around it. Developed by Shadowplay Studios and published by Blowfish Studios, this game is played out in the gorgeous shadow puppet style of ancient Asia. This being pretty much a beautiful artform in itself in real

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Serious Sam 4 – Review

My goodness, how the hell have I slept on this series?! I remember seeing this game, back in the day, and thinking ‘What the hell is Serious Sam? Is that like BomberMan?’. I think Duke Nukem was out at the time, so I was persuaded to duke it out with

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Super Mario 3D All-Stars – Review

39 years. That is how old our favourite overall wearing, princess simping, plumber is. Mario, for people my age, is history. He is a marker for moments in our lives, a historical footprint. I remember Saturday mornings playing 64 with him as a kid and afternoons after work relaxing with

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BPM: Bullets Per Minute – Review

BPM: Bullets Per Minute, developed and published by Awe Interactive, is a First-person shooter that is different from other FPS games. With its pumping beats and fast-paced atmosphere, this rhythm-based, rogue-like FPS will have you nodding your head to the sick beats to defeat various foes that lay in your

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When The Past Was Around – Review

Puzzle games have never really been my thing. I will quite often overlook even the most obvious of details while scrutinizing things that really don’t require any attention. As a result, I find them to be somewhat frustrating to play and will generally avoid them, even really popular action-adventure puzzlers

There Is No Light – Preview

‘There Is No Light’ is a brand-new RPG, indie game title, developed by indie studio, Zelart, and published by Hype Train Digital, complemented by retro pixelated graphics. GAMEPLAY From what I could gather thus far from this preview, There Is No Light’s story mode consists of an entity known as

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The Suicide Of Rachel Foster – Review

The Suicide of Rachel Foster is published by Daedalic Entertainment, and developed by One O One Games, Reddoll Games, Centounopercento – 101% and Reddoll S.R.L. Walking sims are a category I never really knew existed in video games until this game was handed to me. I did a little research,

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Marvel’s Avengers – Review

Marvel’s Avengers is developed by Crystal Dynamics and Eidos-Montreal and published by Square Enix. Avengers is an action, adventure game that gives you control of some of the biggest names from the Marvel comics including Captain America, Black Widow, Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, Hawkeye and Ms Marvel, with Spiderman

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Ary And The Secret Of Seasons – Review

The only good part of a pandemic? Making video games even more fantastical. For example, ‘Ary and the Secret of Seasons’ introduces us to our young heroine, Aryelle, as she travels the vast world of Valdi and enjoys all four seasons- OUTDOORS! What a fantasy in 2020. Developed by eXiin

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Witcheye – Review

Witcheye a fun side scrolling platformer published by Devolver Digital and developed by Moon Kid is a fun and tricky game that has been released for mobile phones, PC and the Nintendo Switch. Playing this copy on the Switch, you play as a witch who has had her spell ingredients

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Tell Me Why – Review

From the studio that brought you ‘’Life is Strange’, Dontnod Studios, have come back with Tell Me Why. Published by Xbox Game Studios, you play as twins, Tyler and Alison, as they tell you the story of their childhood where a tragic event has shaped their lives. This beautiful narrative

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Darkestville Castle – Review

I try not to think of myself as sadistic, but Darkestville Castle is the story of a demon who spends every day terrorising the town of Darkestville…and I have never laughed so much in a video game. This classic point-and-click game developed by the (clearly hilarious) legends at Epic Llama

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3 Out Of 10, EP 2: “Foundation 101” – Review

Back again for ‘3 out of 10’ and this time round with the second episode ‘Foundation 101’. MKAU have been fortunate to review the whole quirky episodic title by Terrible Posture Games and you can read my thoughts on episode 1 at the link below. LINK: https://www.mkaugaming.com/all-review-list/3-out-of-10-ep-1-welcome-to-shovelworks-review/ Before we dive

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Battletoads (2020) – Review

Since the very first game released on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991, Battletoads quickly became an iconic franchise that somehow has still remained relevant today, despite not having a new release in 26 years since Battletoads Arcade released in 1994. Unfortunately the series was actually short lived lasting only

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