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Spread the love       Tweet    The problem with Yu-Gi-Oh! games, generally speaking, is that they always get outdated a few months after release, due to new content being added to the card game on a regular basis. Because of this, these games can launch without up-to-date content, which is sorely missed by the community. The new update for Yu-Gi-Oh!
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Spread the love       Tweet    The past few weeks have definitely been a weird and uncertain time for a lot of people. With the coronavirus continuing to upend daily life across the world, being able to turn to some of our usual comforts is impossible in the current moment. Thankfully, video games have been able to provide
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Spread the love       Tweet    With the growing concerns over the coronavirus outbreak across the world, things are certainly stressful and uncertain right now for everyone around the world. Thankfully, video games have been able to help take us out of dark times before, and with so many countries turning to shelter in place orders and more
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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    Sabotage Studio wears its love for the games of yesteryear proudly on its sleeve. The developer’s first project, the 2018 release of The Messenger, paid homage to 2D platformers of the past, such as Ninja Gaiden, while simultaneously providing all-new twists and turns that the genre hadn’t seen before. The final result
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Spread the love       Tweet    It is time to rip and tear! Doom Eternal is now in our grasp, bringing the Doomslayer’s newest adventure to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It was recently revealed you can “customize” the protagonist with different character skins and weapon skins. In that trailer, there was one specific skin that may have
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Spread the love       Tweet    When observing with a long-running and venerable series such as The Legend of Zelda, it isn’t difficult to see how it becomes slavish to a formula that has slowly developed over time. For that reason, entries like Majora’s Mask and Breath of the Wild instantly stand out for their incongruent and formula-breaking
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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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