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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.

Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient review

What is the game’s place within the Corpse Party franchise? Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient was originally released for PC in 2013. Developed by a doujin circle named GrindHouse, two members of Team GrisGris aided ...

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Ghost Blade HD review

Ghost Blade was originally released for the Dreamcast in 2015, more than a decade after SEGA’s console had departed from store shelves. Despite the belated appearance, the title wastes no time making an impression. After ...

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Destiny Connect: Tick Tock Travelers review

Today’s role-playing games have become standardized experiences. Habitually extending playtimes that exceed the forty-hour mark and teeming with a myriad of sophisticated mechanics to discover, they excel at offering drip-feeds of gratification. But they weren’t ...

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New Releases: October 24th-30th, 2019

With Atelier Ryza, Super Monkey Ball, Disgaea 4, and The Outer Worlds all releasing this week, bank accounts are expected to make a beating. Beyond these heavy hitters, there are also a number of smaller ...

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Mary Skelter 2 review

Industry has a way of watering down transgressive works. Take Children’s and Household Tales, the 1812 collection of folktales assembled by the Grimms Brothers. Far removed from the modern versions we might associate from studios ...

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Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain (PC) review

If there’s a certainty across game narrative, it’s that the end of the world is imminent. The sole divergence is how the apocalypse will occur, whether it’s Left 4 Dead’s and The Last of Us’ pathogens or Fallout and Metro’s nuclear ...

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