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Destroy All Humans! (2020) review

After fifteen long years, Crypto 137 is back on Earth, ready to use an inventory of comical weapons against the populace. The re-release of Destroy All Humans! reminds us that being the bad guy can ...

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Teeing Off with GolfTopia (Early Access)

First-rate simulations require little understanding of their source material. Take 1989’s SimCity, which tasked players with zoning residential, industrial, and commercial districts, as well as building streets, parks, and public service buildings. Even if you ...

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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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Glorious Modular Mechanical Keyboard review

Tragically, the PC peripheral we use the most is the one that’s frequently overlooked. While there’s plenty of people who spend outrageous sums on graphic cards, CPUs, memory and monitors, keyboards often go overlooked. I’ve ...

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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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