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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.

Sniper Elite 5 review

Rebellion’s latest is yet another long-range bulls-eye for the franchise. Like series star Karl Fairburne, don’t miss this one, especially if you’re a fan of slow-boiled, methodical stealth.   World War II lasted for six ...

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Touken Ranbu Warriors review

When a faction of evil-doers want to chance the past, it’s time for swords incarnated as handsome husbandos to save the day. Prolific game franchises can often be daunting for newcomers. With mainline games spread ...

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Cotton Fantasy review

Known as Cotton Rock ‘n Roll: Superlative Night Dreams in Japan, the Success’ shooter makes it way stateside. It’s got seven different playable characters and unlockable homage stages. While the game establishes a new watermark ...

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New Releases: May 19th-25th, 2022

This week, The Future You’ve Been Dreaming Of (pictured), Cotton Fantasy, and Snow Bros. Special arrive on Switch. Meanwhile, beautiful boys are prevalent on PC, between the weapon-lads of Touken Ranbu Warriors and the cross-dressing ...

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Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia (PC) review

Nearly a quarter of a century after the first Brigandine delighted strategy fans, Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena rekindles the basic formula. The mix of vying for control of bases alongside hex-based encounters still beguiles, only a bit less ...

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Mini Motorways mini-review

Conceptually brilliant and aesthetically clean, Mini Motorways boils a city simulation down to the bare essentials of managing roadway traffic. Sure, it sounds a bit unexciting at first, but you’ll probably find yourself glued to ...

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Salt and Sacrifice review

Building on its ambitious predecessor, Salt and Sacrifice draws from titles such as Demon’s Souls and Castlevania. But this time out, there’s a bit of Monster Hunter-style augmentation that’s evident as well, offering rewards which ...

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Seven Pirates H review

Like a softcore parody of Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean, Seven Pirates H delivers comedy, cleavage, and even a few gropey tentacles. With a surprisingly accessible turn-based combat system, Compile Heart’s and Felistella’s RPG delivers ...

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New Releases: May 12th-18th, 2022

This week, Seven Pirates H (pictured) and Gibbon: Beyond the Trees bounce and swing onto Switch, Evil Dead: The Game haunts PlayStation and Xbox, and the Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate blast its way on ...

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