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With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force review

With remakes, remasters, and ports comprise a significant portion of the game industry’s output, it’s natural to be a bit skeptical of the whole practice. Although a number of these reiterations are born from genuine ...

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Sniper Elite 4 review

I’ve reconnoitered an elevated perch which offers ideal vantage point for my objective. While I could clandestinely make my way up to the ridge, staying prone and moving from cover points, thinning out enemy numbers ...

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Bloody B840 Optic Mechanical Keyboard review

Let’s face it- the keyboards that come bundled with most desktop PCs are disposable junk. Packaged alongside a cheaply-made mouse, they’re a short-term solution to ensure owners can use their newly unboxed computers. But before ...

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Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One review

Pinball is a game about tragic inevitability. No matter how good you are at keeping the silver orb in play, inevitably gravity will win, dropping the ball down that stinking sink hole. Similarly, that’s also ...

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Aqua Kitty UDX Xbox One Ultra Edition review

In the grand pantheon of arcade shooters, few are more prestigious than 1981’s Defender. While the William Electronics-developed coin-op wasn’t an immediate success (creator Eugene Jarvis has blamed the groundbreaking five-button control method), the game proved ...

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New Game Releases: February 2nd-8th, 2017

Just keeping up with retailer-specific pre-order bonuses, console-timed downloadable content, and what’s actually included in the now ubiquitous season passes can be pretty damn difficult. This week the water gets muddied even more with Ubisoft’s ...

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Double Dragon IV review

Although Double Dragon creator Technōs Japan may have succumbed to bankruptcy in 1996, their legacy continues to live on. A Japanese company called Million secured the licensing rights, subsequently released a number of new follow-ups, ...

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Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers review

For seventeen years, Developer Omega Force has interpreted Luo Guanzhong’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms as a spirited action game, placing players in the middle of the tumultuous power struggle between ancient China’s Shu, Cao ...

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imprint-X review

We live in an era where game reviews and Let’s Play videos dissect every last detail of a game, spoiling any sense of mystery. So, if you’re a fan of offbeat puzzle games, you might ...

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