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The Caligula Effect: Overdose – Review

After its initial release 3 years prior, developer Aquria have listened their fans by re-releasing this classic game, under the guidance of the Unreal Engine 4. As such, the remaster presents newly upgraded visuals, a new playable protagonist and a bundle of both supporting cast and additional game endings!

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Black Future 88 – Preview

Take on the mantle of one of the last remaining misfit survivors, and fight your way to the top of the tower to kill the architect and stop the endless nuclear rain. Ascend to die, and die to survive. A throw back to the 2D classics with beautiful pixilated explosions,

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Modern Combat: Blackout – Review

The Modern Combat series has been around since 2009 and most have only ever made it to mobile devices, but that stops with Modern Combat 5: Blackout. The only difference is the console version doesn’t include the number 5 in its title. aunching on Nintendo Switch mid-February 2019 and coming

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Battlloon – Review

Battlloon is one of the many, many indie games that have made their way on to the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo switch, while still only getting stronger and seemingly holding its own in the console world, has become one of the platforms of choice for independent developers. attlloon is very

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Ape Out – Review

Man, games these days are generally too complicated. This is neither a bad thing nor a good thing, but I find when they are too complicated they become frustrating and it just rips the enjoyment out of it. Dropping this violent, blood-soaked romp in my lap, Ape Out by Digital

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Yiik: A Postmodern RPG – Review

This is a very different RPG, when compared to others in the genre, this isn’t set in a fantasy world, nor in a post apocalyptic world, this my friends is in the modern world, hence the title of the game. Yiik: A Postmodern RPG is a single player game playable

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Blue Rider – Review

The game has you playing around as a blue spaceship riding and guiding yourself through levels that are littered with enemies of the robotic kind. There are a significant number of different enemy types throughout the game all with their own little quirks and powers. Upon spending some quality time

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Katamari Damacy Reroll – Review

Katamari Damacy is in no way a new game. Hitting the shelves back in 2004, this cute, third person, puzzle game quickly grew in popularity and established a cult following straight out the gate. Now, while this statement seems quite contradictory, this game is a bit of a modern classic

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Big Bash Boom Review

Big Ant Studios are an Australian crew who have published and developed games such as Ashes Cricket, AO Tennis and they’ve even made a mobile game for BBL, and ever since their mobile BBL game I’ve craved a console version. So what’s Big Bash Boom? It’s the coolest damn cricket

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Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Review

Not many people know this guys, but I secretly love racing games. They are definitely my guilty pleasure, especially arcade-yish ones. They calm me, since so many games are all about action, flashing lights and all the bells and whistles now a days. So, I was more than happy to

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GRIS Review

“Gris is a hopeful young girl lost in her own world, dealing with a painful experience in her life. Her journey through sorrow is manifested in her dress, which grants new abilities to better navigate her faded reality. As the story unfolds, Gris will grow emotionally and see her world

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SNK 40th Anniversary Collection Review

SNK are a video game software/hardware company based in Japan and the company has some history to it. SNK were also the creator of the Neo Geo console family. A fair amount of time has since passed and those classic SNK games have being released onto the Nintendo Switch with

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Screencheat Unplugged Review

Here’s yet another game that ain’t no spring chicken, Screencheat has existed for 4 years, first on PC than Xbox One and PS4 before finally making its way on the Nintendo Switch. The catch phrase for the game is “Split screen shooter where everyone’s invisible” sounds crazy right? But who

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Crashlands – Review

It seems that finally the Nintendo Switch is gaining more games to its ever growing library of games as each week goes by, the latest is an older Steam/mobile game titled Crashlands. So what’s the story of Crashlands? It’s a galactic adventure and you play as Flux Dabes, he’s the

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Warframe – Review

“They were called Tenno. Warriors of blade and gun: masters of the Warframe armor. Those that survived the old war were left drifting among the ruins. Now they are needed once more.” – Lotus Warframe does an excellent job of making the player feel cool as you bullet-jump through the

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Hello Neighbor Review

Hello Neighbor has been around for a while now but recently released on Xbox One. Back in 2015 Dynamic Pixels Kickstarter campaign fell short of its goal, but that didn’t stop Dynamic Pixels. Over the past two years or so, they’ve released several Alpha and Beta builds which have attracted

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Doom Nintendo Switch Edition

Nintendo are known for being pretty cookie cutter especially with most of their newer generations of consoles and devices. Wholesome family fun is more what comes to mind, I suppose. That is why, I, and probably a horde of people that own the Nintendo Switch were running down the streets

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Gear.Club Unlimited

Car games are my go to for when I want to just relax, bizarre right? There’s just something mind numbing about driving around a track, just concentrating on the black road in front of you. Even in real life, when stuff gets tense, in the car I go, and off

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Hand Of Fate 2

Hand of Fate 2 is a single player card game, with action role-playing elements developed by Defiant Development. Now to be honest, I’m not a huge card game player, unless it’s playing UNO with my kids but after playing Hand of Fate 2 it was actually pretty fun, not slow

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Super Mario Odyssey

Mario is the icon of gaming. There is no debating this. Ask anyone to name a famous gaming character and hands down most people without blinking would say MARIO. Starring in over 200 titles, he is cherished by the young and old in the gaming community, and we are very

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Morphite

Humans are curious, and of what are we more curious about than Space travel? Games that involve the exploration of Space are very popular with even ‘Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ incorporating what I thought was well executed with it’s interstellar spacecraft brawls, and admittedly people can’t deny the pre-release

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Sonic Forces

Sonic the Hedgehog is officially 27 years old, and SEGA are still making games about him, most are good but the last few have changed the formula and well, where does Sonic Forces fit in with the rest? The story sounds much like most Sonic games, Dr. Eggman is on

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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is set in a world where the Nazis have won WWII. Once again, you play as protagonist “BJ” Blazkowicz who is injured during a mission against the Nazi’s back in Wolfenstein: The New Order who then spends 14 years in a coma. Wolfenstein 2: The

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Enter The Gungeon – Xbox One Review

Having already released on PC and Playstation 4 on April 5th last year, developer Dodge Roll’s top down, arcade style shooter/dungeon crawler will be available to play on Xbox One exactly one year later and is also said to be releasing on Nintendo Switch at a later date. Offering a

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