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Anodyne: Review

Anodyne's biggest problem is that it isn't Zelda. I know that seems an unfair thing to criticize a game for, but Anodyne is trying so hard to be a Zelda game that the comparison has to be made. In an age where ...
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Bad Bots: Review

When I was tasked with reviewing Bad Bots I was looking forward to playing a retro style side-scrolling shooter. It’s not every day you see a cocktail of these genres mixed together among the Call of Duties and...
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Reus: Review

By definition Reus is a god game, but what starts off as a heavenly experience slowly but surely transforms into a battle of faith. Now that all the god puns are out of the way, Abbey Games’ Reus is complic...
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Element4l: Review

Meticulous is the perfect word to describe Element4l, and playing it for the first time is like learning how to run before you walk. The learning curve is steep, but the further I progressed the more compet...
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Review: Clash of Heroes

I have a love-hate relationship with Clash of Heroes. It's so engrossing when it works and egregiously bad when it doesn't. The question is: just how much you are willing to tolerate? CoH is an offshoot of t...
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Evoland: Review

Evoland is derived from the gaming classics in nearly every facet, but it misses what makes those games still great to this day: their gameplay. There is still some value to a game like Evoland, as it still...