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Spread the love       Tweet    Team-based battle arena games are a dime a dozen nowadays. From League of Legends to Overwatch, many of the recent games that fall in that genre seem derivative, hardly deviating from the tried-and-true formulas of the past. However, there are new releases, like Ninja Theory’s Bleeding Edge, that essentially is a melting
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Spread the love       Tweet    The starting menu of Freedom Finger describes itself as a Bat$#!% Crazy Space shooter. Let me tell you, the game does not disappoint. It’s an insane, fast-paced shoot ‘em up with an art style and humor that’s comparable to Rick and Morty crossed over South Park. Freedom Finger is set entirely to an
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Spread the love       Tweet    Twin Breaker: A Sacred Symbols Adventure is a new cross-buy brick-breaking adventure for PS4 and PlayStation Vita developed by Lillymo Games, and written by Sacred Symbols podcast creator Colin Moriarty. The adventure takes place in a futuristic world where humanity has colonized planets throughout the Milky Way and a third world-war rages
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Spread the love       Tweet    Back in 1987, three years before the first Fire Emblem game, a Japanese company named Masaya launched Ethlead Senshi, a tactical RPG for Japanese PCs. The game had all the basics found in every tactical RPG nowadays such as stats, skills, and different classes of units including those of the flying and
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Spread the love       Tweet    Over the course of recent years, game developers have become a lot more open to the idea of tackling mental health issues within the games they create. This willingness can sometimes be either hit or miss due to a lack of information or empathy on the said condition. Thankfully, it’s being talked
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Spread the love       Tweet    Arguably no types of video games vary more wildly in quality than that of remasters. Sometimes you’ll have games that have received quality touch-ups, but don’t really include anything else in the larger package to really make it worth a purchase. In other instances, the remastering job itself will almost make the
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Spread the love       Tweet    The Turing Test is a first-person puzzle game by Bulkhead Interactive that first released for current systems and PC in 2016. The game’s design draws heavy inspiration from Valve’s Portal series, while the narrative is an original mind-boggling adventure. The puzzles don’t develop into a worthy challenge until late into the game;
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Spread the love       Tweet    On January 29, House House announced on Twitter that they will be paying at least 1% of their income to Indigenous Groups. The Melbourne-based Australian company developed the 2019 hit Untitled Goose Game; which received many nominations for indie game of the year.  The tweet can be seen below. Our videogames are
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Spread the love       Tweet    Certain genres can be missed out by entire generations; having grown up in an era defined by first-person shooters and action-adventure games, the beat-em-up has always been a blind spot for me. While brawler games may still be around these days, many of them have come across as nostalgic throwbacks to me.
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Spread the love       Tweet    The Assassin’s Creed series has relatively recently undergone a seismic shift in both what the game is and how it is played; both Origins and Odyssey have been game-changers in moving the gameplay goalposts from incremental annual improvements to more radical change. Yet, for gamers that have grown up with the series,
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Spread the love       Tweet    It is no real secret that I love Shovel Knight. I’ve bought five copies just for myself and three more as gifts. I’ve got each soundtrack on vinyl, I’ve bought magazines with special interviews with studio, Yacht Club Games. Heck, I even did my own interview with some of the developers back
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Spread the love       Tweet    Killbrite Studio, Norwegian developers behind titles such as the first-person horror game Among the Sleep, have entered the video games arena with their third game, Mosaic. Not afraid to deliver a hard-hitting message, Killbrite has crafted an atmospheric point and click world where the player is forced to challenge their thoughts and
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