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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.

Bright Memory: Infinite review

Building on its technically skilled predecessor, Bright Memory: Infinite retools its action, resulting in a brief, but thoroughly thrilling, single-player campaign. First, a confession: I used to routinely play Call of Duty for the single-player ...

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Alchemical Cutie mini-review

Veering from most farming sims, Alchemical Cutie has you nurturing jellies rather than fruits and flowers. While the concept of a farm full of Dragon Quest-esque creatures is alluring, the game’s too relaxed and directionless ...

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New Releases: November 18th-24th, 2021

This week, the holidays reissues ramp up with everything from Disco Elysium to a trio of 16-bit era Disney titles repeating this week. Cult favorites BloodRayne and its sequel arrive return this week, offering the ...

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Shin Megami Tensei V review

This Switch exclusive puts players in the middle of a holy war, where your action will determine the fate of the world. Atlus’ latest puts the weight of the world on your shoulders, but unlike ...

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Gynoug mini-review

Gynoug is a pleasing trip back to the nineties, when coders kept hands sweaty, composers made modest soundchips sing, and artists brought giant, alien phalluses onto the family television.  As a enthusiast of ‘90s-era STGs, ...

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Demon Turf review

This decidedly old-school platformer brings back the thrills and quirks of mid-nineties gaming. Those hoping to revisit that age might want to stake their claim on Demon Turf. But those acclimatized to the luxuries of ...

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Blue Reflection: Second Light review

2017’s Blue Reflection might not have sold in staggering numbers. But the game’s creative interpretation of the magical girl genre earned a wealth of fervent fans. Four years later, Second Light arrives alongside an accompanying ...

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