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Necrobarista review

With a dynamic visual delivery and a shrewdly pared-down cast, Necrobarista channels the intimacy of a stage play within the medium of a visual novel. It’s a remarkable feat that truly pushes the medium in ...

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Neon Abyss review

Take the variability of The Binding of Isaac but re-interpret the title as a side-scrolling shooter and you’ll have a good idea of what to expect from Neon Abyss. While the concept isn’t completely original, ...

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Danger Scavenger (Early Access) Impressions

Steam has a surplus of twin-stick shooter rogue-likes, so new challengers had better bring some creativity. Danger Scavenger isn’t bad, but its sole distinguishing feature is the accumulation of massive amounts of weaponry. In 2014, ...

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Mr. Driller DrillLand review

Mr. Driller DrillLand furnishes the 2002 Gamecube title with faultless high-definition makeover. It’s arguably the energetic excavator’s best outing, with a multitude of intriguing modes that ensure longevity. Susumu Hori hasn’t had the easiest life. ...

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Master Magistrate review

If the idea of Ace Attorney shifted to Feudal-era Japan sounds attractive, Master Magistrate is poised to charm. While some of motives push at the limits of plausibility, there’s are a few strands of poignancy ...

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Evan’s Remains review

Give the affordably priced Evan’s Remains about three hours of your time and you’ll find a succession of pretty good puzzle. You’ll find a worthwhile plotline that asks just a few more questions then and ...

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Pity Pit review

Beware retro adventurers: there’s more frustration that fun in Pity Pit. If you do jump into the economically priced title, expect short-lived enjoyment. As games like Dig Dug (1982), Boulder Dash (1984), Mr. Driller (1999), ...

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Persona 4 Golden (PC) review

Wonder why so many people cherish their PS Vita? Part of that answer is 2012’s Persona 4 Golden. When released, it was one of the best role-playing games around. Eight years later, this proficient PC ...

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