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Orbital Bullet (Early Access Impressions)

With taut action, creatively conceived level structures, and more weapons, perks, and skills that most of its peers, Orbital Bullet’s Early Access release shows a lot of pugnacious promise. A developer once joked, “isn’t everything ...

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Zombeez: A Killer Queen Remix review

BumbleBear Games took an enjoyable competitive multiplayer game and removed most of the fun for a single-player spin-off. Zombeez: A Killer Queen Remix shouldn’t have left the hive. Few games have a history that is ...

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New Releases: September 9th-15th, 2021

With September ushering in cooler autumn evenings, it’s that time of year when notable, eagerly-awaited titles are arriving. This week brings Bandai Namco’s Tales of Arise, Nintendo and Intelligent System’s WarioWare: Get It Together!, Arkane’s ...

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Espgaluda II review

Espgaluda II offers a difficulty setting that can range from merciful to downright masochistic.  Wherever you are on that continuum, expect a showcase of retina-searing visuals and a top-tier soundtrack that can accompany your trek ...

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Comanche review

Less of a faithful remake and more of a branding opportunity, Comanche takes to the skies nineteen years after the original’s inaugural flight. What you’ll find is barely competent air-based combat and overused drone piloting, ...

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WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship review

Built upon successful foundations, WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship doesn’t radically improve the series. But additions that commemorate the organization, adjust car handling, and provide access to a livery editor make this worthwhile, especially ...

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New Releases: September 2nd-8th, 2021

From racing across Estonia, Croatia in WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship, transporting passengers across Europe and the US in Bus Simulator 21, and persisting on the red planet in Surviving Mars’ new DLC as ...

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Seed of the Dead: Sweet Home review

If you ever though Left 4 Dead could be improved by replacing the entire multiplayer component with CPU-controlled anime-style characters, Sweet Home might be a stimulating getaway. 2018’s Seed of the Dead demonstrated TeamKRAMA’s ability ...

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Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 review

Bundling two of Nippon Ichi software’s tactical role-playing games, Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 permits players to step in a starry-eyed past, before the ubiquity of season passes, massive day-one patches, and endless processions ...

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Pretty Girls Panic! review

Zoo Corporation’s Switch ports are typically accessible, fun, and delightfully inexpensive. Pretty Girls Panic! preserves that trend with a Qix-clone that replaces the abstract shapes with sea creatures and buxom cuties. Let’s dive in! Due ...

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