Save the Ninja Clan Review

Sometimes I feel like we have too many indie games coming out at any one time. As problems go, it’s a good one to have, especially as I find myself fatigued with big budget blockbusters lately, but it also means

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Call of Duty: WWII Review

It is, apparently, Nazi-killing season. MachineGames released the stellar Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus at the tail end of October, and Call of Duty: WWII is following right on its heels. It’s been a long time since the Call of Duty

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Jydge Review

If the movie Judge Dredd and the game Neon Chrome (also from the 10tons) had a baby they would make this game. Jydge is a isometric twin stick shooter that is very similar to Neon Chrome or Hotline Miami. Despite

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Oure Review

A boy clambers to the top of a spire, to a beacon that sends a beam of light streaming to the heavens. It calls to something ancient and powerful. Off in the distance a behemoth soars through the clouds, ripping

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.hack//G.U. Last Recode Review

In the vast industry of video games exists a breed of game which leaves big, unanswered questions at the very end. Sometimes these cliffhangers are appropriate, as they allow fans to theorize what happened after the last scene, such as The

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Burly Men at Sea Review

If you like your games full of charm and witty writing you’re in for a treat with Burly Men at Sea . At it’s heart this game is an adventure game. But it’s more akin to a choose your own

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