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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.

Rise of the Slime

Tired of being role-playing fodder, slime strikes back at meddling adventurers in this deck builder. With modes that scale to accommodate novices to pros, Rise of the Slime is a gratifying experience for almost any ...

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Gamesir X2 Bluetooth Controller review

Plop your Android phone into the Gamesir X2 Bluetooth Controller and you have a respectable device that almost reproduces the feeling of playing games on a Nintendo Switch. Apple users aren’t so lucky, not only ...

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New Releases: May 20th-26th, 2021

Beyond the eagerly anticipated release of Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster on Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC, this week sees the debut of a number of other notable titles. Capcom Arcade Stadium bundles ...

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Jetboard Joust review

While the concept of a bidirectionally-scrolling shooter with roguelike qualities might sound like a hit, Jetboard Joust is thoroughly enjoyable jaunt. There’s an abundance of different enemy types and enough weapons to ensure longevity, too. ...

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Warpips (Early Access) preview

From CastleStorm, Swords and Soldiers, to Metal Slug Defense, there’s a good chance you’ve played a 2D side-scrolling real-time strategy game. Even if you haven’t, the concept is rather easy to absorb. On each end ...

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New Releases: May 13th-19th, 2021

Originally released three decades ago, Nintendo’s Famicom Detective Club makes a reappearance this week, with the duology remastered by Steins;Gate developer Mages. If sleuthing isn’t your thing, Mass Effect Legendary Edition invites you back to ...

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Flowing Lights mini-review

Bolstered by a minimalistic visual delivery and a soundtrack that sounds like Depeche Mode B-sides, Flowing Light’s 200 bite-sized action-puzzles ooze creativity. But tedium might set in before you’ve completed the bulk of them. With ...

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Raiden IV x MIKADO remix review

Seibu Kaihatsu/MOSS’ Raiden franchise has earned its place in the STG pantheon, thanks to meticulously polished play and that iconic plasma laser. This definitive edition stives to improve on an already distinguished shooter, with several ...

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