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Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- review

As anyone who has ever survived those oft-turbulent teen years knows, transitions can often be awkward periods. So when Yokohama-based Arc System Works, the gurus behind the Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, and Persona 4 Arena franchises ...

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Dariusburst Chronicles Saviours review

Video game history is intrinsically entwined with the shoot-‘em-up game. While Pong and its paddle-based derivatives might have beaten the beloved shooter to arcades, titles like Space Invaders, Defender, and Xevious enlisted players in a ...

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Steelseries Rival 100 review

The quest to find the ideal computer mouse can often seem like a near-insurmountable task. With differences in performance, ergonomics, aesthetics, weight, size, and price, the market is filled with scores of subtle variations, making ...

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Sound of Drop – fall into poison – review

Good horror has the ability to transform the conventional into something quite scary. Whether it’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’s ability to make the rural seem menacing, Ringu’s haunting representation of past technologies, or Final Destination’s ...

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The Rivers of Alice review

When the gaming medium as a whole started taking larger evolutionary steps during the mid-to-late 90s a question arose among its community; can games be considered art? A proper answer to this question is largely ...

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Netgear ReadyNAS 212 review

There’s an ever increasing number of reasons why home and small offices should invest in network attached storage, commonly referred to as NAS. Microsoft’s recent rescindment of unlimited cloud-based for Office365 users means that Home, ...

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Call of Duty: Black Ops III review

It might be time to amend Benjamin Franklin’s quote; the certainties of life are now death, taxes, and a new Call of Duty game. After more than a decade of annual entries, Activision’s war machine ...

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Mushihimesama review

Although recent efforts are becoming increasingly infrequent, thanks to a thirty-five year old history, the shoot-em-up has natured a remarkable legacy. From modest beginnings across a myriad of space-themed titles to modern ‘bullet hell’ games ...

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Poncho review

The indie developer boom we’ve witnessed throughout this last decade revived several genres which were long thought to have been unprofitable or abandoned by larger software houses. Of all game styles to have been favored ...

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