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Starlit Adventures Golden Stars review

The Switch version of Starlit Adventures Golden Stars removes all the micro-transactions of the mobile release. The result allows the game’s retro-rooted play to shine, without all of the bothersome coercion and persistence to sign ...

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New Releases: July 23rd-29th, 2020

With releases like Destroy All Humans!, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD, and Hatsune Miku DLC for Space Channel 5 VR, this week feels like the early 2000s all over again. For those uninteresting in traveling ...

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Necrobarista review

With a dynamic visual delivery and a shrewdly pared-down cast, Necrobarista channels the intimacy of a stage play within the medium of a visual novel. It’s a remarkable feat that truly pushes the medium in ...

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Aircraft Evolution review

On PC, Aircraft Evolution was a mildly entertaining and accessible title where players dropped explosives across four different eras. While the airborne action has made the jump to the Switch, a haphazard port means you’ll ...

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Waifu Uncovered review

Waifu Uncovered tasks players with shooting toxic germs that have infected the clothing of nubile girls. Succeed and the clothes come off, offering a mix of Space Invaders and strip poker. Unfortunately, it’s not as ...

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New Releases: July 16th-22nd, 2020

Beyond Ghost of Tsushima and Paper Mario: The Origami King’s arrival, this brings a number of other notable releases. Superhot: Mind Control Delete is a free download for the roughly two million players who purchased ...

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Neon Abyss review

Take the variability of The Binding of Isaac but re-interpret the title as a side-scrolling shooter and you’ll have a good idea of what to expect from Neon Abyss. While the concept isn’t completely original, ...

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void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium review

Look past the cryptic moniker, and you’ll discover several familiar mechanics merged together in void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium. You’ll work doggedly to save what might me the world’s last human, which feels crucial and at ...

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1993 Shenandoah review

1993 Shenandoah is a curio with nearly a three-decade gap between development and release. Yet, it captures the indie zeitgeist of a lapsed era when games were crafted in garages rather than sprawling studios. Those ...

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