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Terror Squid mini-review

Terror Squid is an interesting concept but expect the enjoyment to be as fleeting as a plate of fresh calamari shared with several famished friends. With a faux-vector graphics visual style reminiscent of Geometry Wars, ...

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Crown Trick review

While the try, die, repeat cycle feels familiar, the rest of Crown Trick’s execution is unique. Fans of turn-based title should appreciate the sense of dominance that comes with the powers of defeated foes and ...

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Shoot 1Up DX (Switch) mini-review

Elevated by an ingenious play mechanic that lets plays shift between a tight formation of ships or a loose formation of firepower, Shoot 1UP DX shouldn’t be overlooked by fans of the genre. In their ...

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Prinny 1·2 Exploded and Reloaded review

While Nippon Ichi Software is better known for their strategy role-playing efforts, these two platformers demonstrate proficiency. Nearly a decade on, they’re still profanity inducing, but never impenetrable. Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? ...

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ROBOTICS;NOTES ELITE review

Much like Steins;Gate, ROBOTICS;NOTES ELITE offers captivating characters in a scientific backdrop that dazzlingly complex and poised to ruminate in a reader’s mind long after the conclusion has been seen. Effective science fiction focuses just as ...

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Undead Darlings ~no cure for love~ review

A product of undeterred ambition, Undead Darlings ~no cure for love~ offers a blend of amusing visual style storytelling and absorbing dungeon crawling. Frequently, blends these two genres result in at least one slapdash component. ...

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Ys Origin mini-review

Originally released for Windows Computers in 2006, Ys Origin is an advisable prequel, providing Switch owners with portable way to play this timeless title. Although most franchise entries are standalone adventures, Ys Origin makes a ...

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SEGA AGES: Herzog Zwei review

The grandfather of real-time strategy arrives on Switch with the typical M2 treatment. That means a pixel-perfect recreation of the original or if you wish, a number of indispensable modernizations. Sporadically, games are ahead of ...

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Great Conqueror: Rome review

After tackling War World II and the Napoleonic Wars, EasyTech’s third war game transports players to the third century BC, where you’re transform Rome from an ambitious republic to a sprawling empire that spans across ...

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