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Loop Hero review

With light role-playing, inventory management, deck building, and even city managerial components, many of Loop Hero’s components might feel a bit familiar. But when assembled in interlocking and occasionally ambiguous ways, the title is like ...

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New Releases: March 4th-10th, 2021

From racing with Reimu in Gensou SkyDrift, hardening into stone in Mortal Shell, or even enjoying a cross-platform battle royale showdown in Apex Legends, there’s a number of notable new releases this week. But don’t ...

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On-Gaku: Our Sound review

On-Gaku has long embodied the underdog spirit. After rejections from most of the major manga houses, Hiroyuki Ôhashi self-published Ongaku and Manga in 2005. A dramatized retelling of his experiences of playing at a musical ...

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Neptunia Virtual Stars review

Neptunia Virtual Stars sends the goddesses through environments filled with everything from confectionary delights to social media frights. This time out, the gang is accompanied by a host of Virtual YouTubers, who fit quite flawlessly ...

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Hellpoint review

Hellpoint’s antagonism is persistent. Not only will the game’s cosmic creatures and substantial bosses cause you stress, but the game’s oblique nature is likely to produce additional pressure. The battle royale genre might be prevalent, ...

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30XX Early Access preview

Mixing Mega Man X playability with some roguelike procedurally generated environments, 30XX is delightfully polished, even in its current state. There’s a multitude of ways that a procedurally generated Mega Man clone can go sideways. ...

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Natsuki Chronicles review

With an ever-expanding arsenal of weaponry and defensives, Natsuki Chronicles makes for some enjoyable shoot ‘em up action despite the plainness of the game’s stages. With its succession of horizontally-scrolling, simple-looking stages, Natsuki Chronicles exactly ...

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