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Ski Jumping Pro VR review

Video games have a multitude of positive attributes, but one of the medium’s best traits is the simulation of ability. In real life, I didn’t have the training, talent, or dedication to be anything more ...

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RollerCoaster Tycoon Joyride review

Freed from the Financials Typically, games with ‘Tycoon’ in the title simulate management and economic policy. But that’s not the case with developer Nvizzio Creations RollerCoaster Tycoon Joyride. This PlayStation 4 exclusive permits players to ...

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Gungrave VR review

Like many, I’m a marathon gamer. After finding a suitably comfortable place to sit, I can enjoy most console or portable games for half-day stretches. But VR titles are quite different. After about an hour ...

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Archangel (VR) review

Growing up on a steady diet of Robotech/Macross, Mobile Suit Gundam, and Bubblegum Crisis meant that the desire to control an actual mecha is a persistent part of life. Occasionally, games would attempt to satiate ...

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EVE: Valkyrie review

Why do multiplayer-only games catch flak? They do because of grumps like me. Don’t get me wrong. I can love a unique multiplayer experience (the Splinter Cell series’ Mercs vs. Spies modes were incredible), but ...

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Final Approach VR review

I had some pretty cool toys as a little kid. Now that I’m a big kid, I still have some pretty cool toys, but those toys sitting on a shelf and looking cool doesn’t do ...

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John Wick Chronicles VR review

Games based on movies are generally viewed with much skepticism, and rightfully so. They’re often rushed onto shelves and never reach their potential. Occasionally, this topic has come up in conversation, and I’m always quick ...

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DEXED review

Oh, dear Tech-Gamers, it has been some time, eh? Since I’ve been gone, I’ve acquired a BrideGear, a Pride(-and-Joy)Gear, and a whole lot of happiness. I missed you all, however, so TG is back on ...

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New Retro Arcade: Neon review

America’s arcades have lost almost all their luster. Restrained to the recesses of bowling alleys and multiplexes, these recreational spaces have becoming a dumping ground for rigged redemption machines and the light-gun shooter with only ...

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