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‘Mega Coin Squad’ Xbox One Review

Despite its lack of online multiplayer, ‘Mega Coin Squad’ offers players a unique and colorful 2D platforming game that challenges those who enter the coin-collecting world. Big Pixel Studios, known for their work on mobile games, recently decided to try

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0rbitalis Review: A Soothing and Nuanced Space-Faring Puzzler

0rbitalis provides a calm and collected space-based puzzle experience, a little thin on content but chock full of quality, challenge, and atmosphere. As the video gaming industry gradually expands, so too does the variety of games on offer. Seasoned veterans can still

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Rogue Legacy review

Rogue Legacy is a blend of influences that could have gone wrong. On one side is the Metroidvania genre, 2D platformers with large explorable environments and a steady sense of progression. On the other is the rogue genre, punishing randomly-generated

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Destiny Guide: How to Beat Qodron The Forever Eater in Prison of Elders

In our comprehensive Prison of Elders guide we detailed how best to approach nearly ever scenario in Destiny’s new combat arena. We say nearly because there were some arenas that had yet to be revealed, and would only rotate into

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Badland: Game of the Year Edition review

We don’t judge people on looks here, because, well, look at the state of us. But even we have limits. Fuzzy, floating-face limits that Badland has stretched to breaking point. A ‘bird’ that looks like a decapitated dolls head with

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‘The Charnel House Trilogy’ Review: Pixelated Horror Game Gets Mixed Results

‘The Charnel House Trilogy’ is a point and click genre game that will please fans of eerie atmosphere and casual gameplay, but will likely fall flat for others. The Charnel House Trilogy is proof that horror games don’t need fancy

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‘Rituals’ Review: An All Style No Substance Indie Adventure Game

Rituals is a minimalist adventure game with an interesting polygonal style and a lot of subtleties. Unfortunately, the game tries too hard to have a deeper meaning, resulting in a disjointed mess of a mystery. With vintage style games making a

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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 1 Episode 4 ‘Sons of Winter’ Review

Fans will enjoy the massive progression in plot points throughout the episode, but will be left somewhat disappointed with repetitive action sequences and truly illogical events. It’s been a long two month wait for the fourth episode of  Game of Thrones, but

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‘Splatoon’ Review

Nintendo’s newest IP Splatoon delivers a very unique take on the third-person shooter genre that’s a ton of fun, but its primitive online may not be for everyone. It’s been quite some time since Nintendo has marked a major new IP

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‘Technobabylon’ Review: An Oldschool Adventure Game That Delivers

Technobabylon will please fans of the oldschool point-and-click adventure genre, delivering a cyberpunk mystery with clever puzzles and great dialogue. Wadjet Eye Games has plenty of experience when it comes to publishing games in the cyberpunk genre, and Technobabylon aims to

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