When you think of Call of Duty, you probably think of 14-year-olds abusing each other over Xbox Live. Call of Duty (CoD), as a franchise, has become a bit of a joke, associated with vulgar teenage boys and dudebros, yet it was one of my […]

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Sonic Forces Review

At the end of the day, I can’t recommend Sonic Forces unless you’re a fan whose learned to look past the shortcomings of these games – especially when Sonic Mania is so good at half the price. I can see what Team Sonic was aiming […]

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MachineGames has once again knocked it out of the park. Ever since The New Order, they’ve been a developer to look out for, topping all the Wolfenstein games that came before. Now they’ve shown they can surpass even their own work. Wolfenstein II: The New […]

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WRC 7 Review

WRC 7 is another solid effort from Kylotonn with improvements in all the critical areas of physics, graphics and sounds. The stages are once again beautifully designed and rendered with stunning visuals. Engine and atmospheric sounds are spot on and really add to the immersion, […]

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Hark! Do you sense it? That sweet, alluring scent of… Nostalgia? As a ’90s kid, I can actually say that I’m a ’90s kid. And like so many before me, I’m going to make the bold statement that things just aren’t as good now as […]

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I have a real soft spot for Damsel, a game that feels as though it was made specifically to appeal to a fifteen year old version of myself. Platformer and Shoot ’em Up are two classic genres, and a mix of both feels like a […]

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Before this interview, I’d seen Aura of Worlds around for quite awhile, and I’ve watched it change a lot in that time. A rogue-lite platformer with an immediately old-school appearance, with some excellent detail below the surface level, it’s a game that tugs on many […]

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Seeing how differently a game plays after a year of development is always fascinating. The controls might be little different, the camera might handle differently, and you can end up playing a very different game. Chroma Shift, however, feels almost exactly the same as it […]

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Elegance and simplicity are two sides of a very heavy coin. It’s difficult to flip the coin the right way up, but when it happens, you end up with the likes of Mighty Games. After the rampant success of Crossy Road, a few of the […]

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I know a few terms in Japanese, but I really don’t. If you add shimasu onto the end of a word, it becomes a verb. This ground-breaking discovery has led me to add shimasu to just about everything I say, appropriate or not. Drive-shimasu, game-shimasu, […]

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