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Earth Defense Force: World Brothers review

Following Iron Rain’s serious-minded interpretation of alien-quashing action, Earth Defense Force: World Brothers revisits the playful spirit that the franchise is best known for. Earth Defense Force wasn’t always a premium priced product accompanied by ...

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Biomutant review

Humankind is presumably extinct, with the fate of the world in the weapon-wielding paws of animals in Biomutant. This description doesn’t begin to touch on the layers of system and cultural references in the game ...

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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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R-Type Final 2 review

After eighteen long years since the last mainline entry (and thirteen since the last spin-off), Irem’s horizontally-scrolling shooter returns with R-Type Final 2. It’s fun, especially if you’re a traditionalist, but also a bit flawed. ...

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Battle Axe review

With art, music, and coding by respected industry veterans, Battle Axe in a refreshing throwback to ’90-era gaming in every way but pricing. As the industry grows older, arcade-style experiences are becoming increasingly rare. Sure, ...

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Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire review

Boosting cheesecake portraits and some delectable tile-matching, Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire is rather delectable, especially for its six-dollar price. Thanks to the efforts of EastAsiaSoft, Zoo’s PC titles seem to be making their way ...

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Sir Lovelot review

The pursuit of romance sends Sir Lovelot bounding over stages filled with adversity. While you might not love the lack of environmental variety across the game’s forty stage jaunt, it’s hard not to crush on ...

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