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Bright Memory: Infinite – Review

Futuristic shooters are usually not my thing. Science Fiction/Futuristic shooters are great, but when developers try to mash jump packs and laser weapons into modern settings, that’s where I draw the line. I prefer modern and historic shooters with boots of the ground gameplay, or if it is a science

5

Pretty Girls Panic! PLUS – Review

Pretty Girls Panic! PLUS is a puzzle game that rewards the player with an anime waifu and is brought to us by Zoo Corporation. There really isn’t much to the game at all. You just have to cut into the screen to reveal an illustrated woman underneath. To do this,

8

Horror Story: Hallowseed – Review

Horror stories date back to the 1700s, and with the power of modern technology, gaming developers are able to take inspiration and visualize their own stories to scare the bejeezus out of the player. ‘Horror Story: Hallowseed’ is just that, created by one person, Jeff Winner, and he may have

7

Echo Generation – Review

Have you ever had a dream that starts off distant, yet familiar, and the longer you stay in the dream the more it unravels and the more twisted it becomes? Yeah, me neither. Well, maybe once or twice… this month. Anyway, the point I am trying to make is the

8

Forgive Me Father – Review

Forgive Me Father is a new dark retro first-person shooter game set in a comic-book-style world inspired by the novels of H.P Lovecraft. Developed by Byte Barrel and Published by 1C Entertainment, Forgive Me Father will deliver a good throwback to the older generation of shooters like DOOM and Quake.

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Super Robot Wars 30 – Review

Gundam and mecha anime have never really been my thing. I’ve always preferred Shounen. However, Zoids was one of my favorite anime growing up, so I thought I’d give Super Robot Wars 30 a chance. If you are not from Japan you may have never heard of Super Robot Wars.

Weird West – Hands-On Preview

Back in August, I was treated to a hands-off event held by WolfEye Studios for their upcoming game, Weird West. Based on what I saw that day, I have never been more excited for a twin-stick shooter in my life. They promised a lot of different things, many of which

8

Jackbox Party Pack 8 – Review

Party games are a great time for everyone involved, directly challenging your friends for those oh-so glorious bragging rights, much like Mario party, Among Us, any board game, and all other party games, they are a lot more exciting when playing with friends and people you are comfortable with showing

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Age Of Empires IV – Review

WOLOLO! Rejoice, my brethren, for a great deity from prophecies long past is upon us! WOLOLO! It finally happened! After 16 years from the last installment, and 22 years since the greatest title in this franchise was released, developers, Relic Entertainment and Worlds Edge have been hard at work making

10

Inscryption – Review

‘Inscryption’ is a tabletop trading card game that takes inspiration from D&D, escape rooms, and titles like ‘Hand of Fate’. Developed by Daniel Mullins Games and published by Devolver Digital, I got to try this game out, and being a TCG lover of such titles as Magic The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh,

5.5

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl – Review

All the way back in 1999, the legends of Nintendo were brought together in a crossover brawl for all of epic proportions when ‘Super Smash Bros’ was released on the Nintendo 64. Since then, the Smash Bros series has always raised the bar higher and higher with each sequel and

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Rainbow Billy: The Curse Of The Leviathan – Review

Make friends, help critters through their struggles and insecurities, and ultimately restore the colour stolen by the mean old leviathan to the lands of Rainbow Billy and the Curse of the Leviathan. Developed by Manavoid Entertainment and published by Skybound Games, this wholesome puzzle-platformer is launching on PC, Playstation 4,

5

Shadows Of Kurgansk – Review

‘Shadow of Kurgansk’ is a new first-person, survival game made by Yadon Studios and published by Gaijin inCubator. This review was done on the Xbox Series X. Shadow of Kurgansk will put players in a post-apocalyptic world where they will have to fight zombie-like humans and other threats to survive

The Case Of The Golden Idol – Preview

The Case of the Golden Idol is an in-development detective game that sees the player piece together the clues behind a series of puzzling deaths spanning across the 18th century, all influenced by the titular Golden Idol as it insidiously passes from hand to hand. The demo of the game

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In Sound Mind – Review

The shoe that fits one person, pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases. A rather fitting quote by Carl Jung for my experience with “In Sound Mind” by developer We Make Stuff. I’m not usually an avid fan of the horror genre, however, the concept

9.5

World War Z: Aftermath – Review

‘World War Z’ released in 2019 and made by Saber Interactive, came out swinging hard as it grew a great community on release. I bought this on day one and loved every moment that the game had to offer. A zombie survival game much like ‘Left 4 Dead’, it features

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