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Beyond a Steel Sky Review

27 years later we get a sequel to Beneath a Steel Sky…The original came out in the hay day of point and click adventure games like Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, and Broken Sword. As an “old” man, these types of games have always had a soft spot in my heart. I do recall playing the original but it’s been a LONG time since I’ve thought about this game. Luckily you aren’t missing much in picking up the Beyond…

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New to the Series: Pokémon Brilliant Diamond Review

Was Pokémon Brilliant Diamond a good place to start? How difficult was the game? Will it hook you on the series? Here is our review of Pokémon Brilliant Diamond!

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Unpacking Review

In a gaming landscape where bigger is better, Unpacking is something else entirely. There are no cutscenes, no sob story, no need to pretend your charming protagonist isn’t a multiple murderer. There’s just a lot of boxes. A LOT of boxes. And it’s your job to empty all those boxes. Doing so is simple, and there’s hardly any rules to where you can put something (at least up to a point). Moving house is surprisingly relaxing when you can quick…

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Mario Party Superstars Review

Mario Party Superstars is now out for the Nintendo Switch. Is it a fun game? How are the graphics? Is the online multiplayer worth checking out? Here is our review of Mario Party Superstars for the Nintendo Switch!

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Guardians of the Galaxy Review

You are Star-Lord, so nothing’s off-limits with your bold combat style, from Element Blasters and jet boot-powered dropkicks to tag-team beat-downs. With the Guardians fighting at your side, call the shots and overwhelm your opponents with signature attacks. Meanwhile, the consequences of your decisions will range from light-hearted to downright unexpected as your journey unfolds. Your newly-formed band of legendary misfits is set to save the universe in this fresh but faithful take on the Guardians of the Galaxy. Somehow,…

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Metroid Dread Review

Metroid Dread is the first, brand new 2D Metroid we've seen since the Gameboy Advance. Is Dread any good? What will long time fans think? What will new fans think? Here is our review of Metroid Dread for the Nintendo Switch!

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RiMS Racing Review

I’ve never played a racing game like RiMS Racing, and its core unique mechanic is both the thing that makes the game stand out, and is also the thing that sometimes make the game tedious to progress through. RiMS Racing is the newest motorcycle racing sim from French publisher Nacon and first-time developer RaceWard, from Italy. The core concept of the game is that it’s part racing sim, part mechanic sim. Instead of earning more advanced bikes during the game,…

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Embr Review

What if your Uber Eats driver had to save you from a house fire? Fight fires for fun and profit in this unpredictable and frantic multiplayer game. Team up with friends, take on daily challenges, and climb to the top of the corporate firefighting ladder. More than one way to become a hero! Embr has you take on the role of a firefighter, but certainly not in the traditional sense. You see in the world of Embr we as a…

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Tails of Iron Review

Tails of Iron isn't Animal Crossing. It isn't a cute, cozy experience about talking rats. Instead, it's a dark, grim fairy tale with "talking" rats. While the premise of building a game around rats might just conjure up thoughts of the plague, we can assure you it's much more than that. These aren't gross vile rats, but loveable, dedicated, and strong creatures. But, is it a good game? Here is our review of Tails of Iron! Plus, check out a first look video from Adam Roffel below.

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Warioware: Get It Together! Review

WarioWare has always been one of Nintendo's weirdest games. And the newest game in the series is no different. But is it a good entry in the WarioWare franchise? Here is our review of WarioWare: Get It Together! for the Nintendo Switch.

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