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Astro Duel Deluxe (Switch) Review – Pew-Pew Party

The top down 2D space party shooter Astro Duel that landed on pc and mobile a little over a year ago has been given the “Deluxe” treatment this week with a release on the Nintendo Switch. With it comes the inclusion of all the features in the original plus an all-new exclusive Chaos Mode that…

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Dreii (PC) Review: With a Little Help From my Friends

Dreii is a collaborative puzzler where up to 3 players arrange blocks of various shapes so that they reach a glowing orb. This sounds simple (and it is, at first) but it quickly becomes apparent that some shapes have a mind of their own. Bring a few different environments and block types into the mix…

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Kôna: Day One (Beta) Preview – Baby It’s Cold Outside

Kôna: Day One is the first of four episodes that aim to combine the suspense and immersion of first person survival games with the narrative-driven exploration and mystery of adventure games. Players assume role of war-veteran-turned-private-eye, Carl Faubert. Carl’s been hired by a wealthy entrepreneur and industrialist, W Hamilton, who’s concerned that the local population…

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Oxen Free Review : Feedback Loop

Maybe I’m getting old, but a disused military base seems a pretty poor choice of setting for a high-school kegger. On the other hand, the group of young bloods serve as the protagonists of Oxen Free think a rager on a desolate island is just what they need to commemorate their new status as high school…

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Pony Island review : Night-mare

  Pony Island masquerades as the kind of light-hearted auto-running adventure available on any mobile device, but it’s genuine narrative is shrouded in nefarious mystery. Demons have infested the coin-operated arcade game known as Pony Island. Their objective is to trap the souls of players (including your own) in a seemingly harmless, yet never-ending game about a purple pony…

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Rebel Galaxy Review (Xbox One) – Space Diamond in the Rough

Rebel Galaxy is a game of pretty drastic changes.  Beginning behind the wheel of a hulking space cruiser, speeding past star systems, carrying a hold-full of space junk and blaring salty country/rock tunes. Whether you’re picking up jobs and bounties from the various space stations scattered around the map, looting unsuspecting passersby, living the life…

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Amplitude (2015) Review : We Didn’t Start the Fire

Before Harmonix and Activision went their separate ways and Rock Band was a glimmer in Harmonix‘s eye, Amplitude challenged players to mix up their favorite songs by giving them (and up to 3 friends) control of musical laser spacecraft, propelled along a glowing musical track. Along the way, colored dots (representing notes) pop up to…