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Minion Masters Review

Minion Masters Review

Back when Clash Royale came out, I was in love with the game.  At least until I got to the Legendary rank and found myself smashing my head against people...

Zanki  Zero: Last Beginning Review

Zanki Zero: Last Beginning Review

Sometimes I think the fine folks at Spike Chunsoft have a worst name competition in their office for their games. After putting out Danganronpa and key members working on this...

Crashbots Review

Crashbots Review

Sometimes it feels like developers are trying to do too many things to build a unique game.  The games that stand out these days, especially in the indie world, are...

Numgeon Review

Numgeon Review

Sometimes you just need a simple game to occupy your time.  There are a ton of them out there, some are even free, but not all of them are worth...

Solbot: Energy Rush Review

Solbot: Energy Rush Review

Simplicity can be the best way to go with certain games, it’s ok for the core mechanics to be easy to learn without being difficult to master and sometimes a...

Katana ZERO Review

Katana ZERO Review

Indie games tend to lean heavily between gameplay and story.  Usually one is definitively the lead foot and the other is less of a focus for the developers.  Once in...

Retro Review: Killer 7

Retro Review: Killer 7

It is no secret that I am a fan of unique and interesting titles and the developers that they spring from. Which, obviously, makes Suda 51 one of my favorite...

Fate Hunters Review

Fate Hunters Review

Sometimes an indie game builds a sub-genre.  Not quite carving out an entire chunk of Steam like Rogue Legacy did by creating roguelite, but building a trend of similarly designed...

RICO Review

RICO Review

The launch trailer for Rico made it look like at least a somewhat interactive crime drama wherein the bulk of the gameplay would center on kicking in doors and shooting...

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review

When I first saw The Division 2 I was concerned about a number of things.  Despite enjoying the first game, I felt like the setting of New York in winter...

Ape Out Review

Ape Out Review

I’ve often said I’m a fan of short games.  Especially if they are unique, but would obviously wear out their interesting style if they stuck around too long.  Sometimes though,...

Wargroove Review

Wargroove Review

Advance Wars was one of the few handheld based strategy series ever developed. It excelled at being simple and easy to pick up, but had a difficulty curve that meant...

Fear The Wolves Review

Fear The Wolves Review

It’s far too easy to disregard Fear The Wolves as yet another battle royal game, and you’d be mostly correct. There are a lot of options for BR fans to...

Anthem Review

Anthem Review

Bioware has a long history of making amazing games.  They’ve knocked it out of the park with several titles in multiple franchises for more than 20 years.  Their ability to...

Retro Review: Astro Boy

Retro Review: Astro Boy

I have been trying to get into Anime for quite sometime now, and I just never really know what to watch or read. I know that I liked the Fist...

Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

Kingdom Hearts 3 wraps up the Dark Seeker saga like a present. Open it and you'll find spectacular production values, a joyous conclusion for many of the characters throughout the...

Little Dragons Café Review

Little Dragons Café Review

Little Dragons Café is about (as the title sorta suggests) running a cafe while feeding and looking after a dragon. It’s a game where you manage your resources, including collecting ingredients...

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