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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.

Billion Road review

Billion Road’s dice-rolling, board-trekking play offers a relaxing reprieve from tense action games. It’s not for everyone, but if you if your aching for a Fortune/Itadaki Street-style game with a bit more quirk, you’ll want ...

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STATIONFlow review

Shigeru Miyamoto envisaged Pikmin when he noticed a procession of ants marching across his patio. While STATIONflow isn’t quite as abstract, it’s a beguiling examination of transit station engineering. It’s tough playing STATIONflow without deliberating ...

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New Releases: April 16th-22nd, 2020

With a trio of Double Dragon titles, three Kunio-kun entries, and what’s billed as a “cooperative holypunk brawler” (Obey Me), this week’s new releases offer plenty of outlets for pugilism. But if you’re looking for ...

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Pirates Outlaws review

Pirates Outlaws in an engaging card game that refreshingly accessible. While be playing in minutes a drip-feed of variation ensure longevity. Although the price is a bit high, it’s not outrageous enough to make the ...

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Totally Reliable Delivery Service review

Transporting parcels grows tedious in Totally Reliable Delivery Service. The real enjoyment stems disregarding the game’s structure and just horsing around, especially with a group of friends. Much like Octodad: Dadliest Catch, Surgeon Simulator, or ...

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New Releases: April 9th-15th, 2020

Beyond this week’s juggernaut JRPG, Final Fantasy VII Remake, the next seven days have a number of new notables. The Early Access release of Eternal Radiance offers the first three of eleven planned chapters, bringing ...

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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories review

The Disaster Report games are often considered cult classics, even if gameplay habitually took a backseat to survival-based tensions. Sadly, the fourth iteration is plagued by several faulty elements, making the game a test of ...

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Mystic Vale (Switch) review

For those who appreciate cognitive calisthenics, Mystic Vale is an innovative and enchanting card game. This adaptation allows for solitary enjoyment and pass-the-Switch play, but make sure you can tolerate a few niggling issues. Even ...

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