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Giraffe and Annika – Review

As a gamer we are often analyzing the value of a game by it’s length. We want the most bang for our buck, however at times games can overstay their welcome and become a fetch-quest driven chore of a time to complete. Giraffe and Annika is not that type of game, it is a charming fairy tale of an adventure game that can be beaten in 6 hours or less. A magical, mystery-filled adventure awaits! When a young girl named …

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Brunch Club Review

Once upon a time, games were made to work as well as possible, and any janky physics or annoying glitches were the result of mistakes or oversights by developers. Today, as with Brunch Club, janky physics and annoying glitches are the game. Apparently it’s fun. We’ve seen it time and time again. Goat Simulator and Surgeon Simulator put their awfulness front and centre. The only reason to buy into it is the memes. Brunch Club isn’t that bad, but it’s…

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Undermine Review

Undermine is the latest game in what’s starting to feel like a flood of roguelikes (or really, ‘roguelites’) hitting the market.  While it’s not pushing the boundaries of innovation, it’s a polished experience and one that stands out in an increasingly crowded genre. The cadre of miners that the player controls get a pickax and bombs.  The pickax can be swung or thrown and to avoid damage, you can jump.  Jumping is what provides the crucial invincibility frames in a…

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TCL 10 L Review

TCL is making a name for themselves in the display manufacturing space, a area once dominated by Samsung and LG. Over the years, TCL displays have become better and better, and TCL TVs are becoming more popular and a go-to choice for many consumers. With the launch of the TCL 10 Pro and TCL 10 L smartphones, the company is officially placing it’s label on the mobile marketplace, and with some stunning results. Here are my early impressions of the TCL 10L after about a week of use! Our full review of the 10 L, and the differences in the 10 Pro, will be posted soon!

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Creative BT-W3 Bluetooth Transmitter Review

For all of the technological advancements that are flying towards us at an increasing rate, there are still many gaps in compatibility that are glaring when you end up on the wrong side of them. Bluetooth connectivity is one such gap. Even though more and more headsets and audio devices are Bluetooth enabled, it is wild to think that current-gen consoles do not have native Bluetooth functionality. Enter the Creative BT-W3 Bluetooth transmitter, designed to help turn (almost) any device into a Bluetooth capable one, with your choice of codecs. How does it ...

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Horizon Zero Dawn PC Complete Edition Review

Originally released for PS4 in 2017, Horizon Zero Dawn is a blockbuster action RPG developed by Guerrilla Games. This Friday, August 7th, Horizon Zero Dawn PC Complete Edition will release and will be the first chance PC gamers will get to experience this truly exceptional game. It is a fairly rare occurrence for successful games that were previously PlayStation exclusives to make their way over to PC, and we should all be thankful that Horizon Zero Dawn is included in this list. 

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Skater XL

Skater XL Review

Fingerboarding, along with having really, really good Pokemon, was one of the main ways of proving you were cool when I was in school. I remember it well – wearing a leather jacket and awesome sunglasses, armed with a stick used to beat off the girls, I’d flick my way through the schoolyard with my tiny skateboard. It wasn’t the size though, dear reader, it was what you did with it, and that sums up my experience with Skater XL…

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Carrion Review

Videogames are often about defeating the big scary monster that’s tormenting the humans, but if you’ve ever wanted to flip the script and be that scary monster, Carrion is for you.  The folks over at Phobia Game Studio have put together a metroidvania style game that makes you feel powerful, clever, and has some of the most fluid movement of any game this year. Carrion puts you in the role of an unnamed monster that’s broken out of containment in…

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Megaquarium: Freshwater Frenzy DLC Review

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water - Megaquarium's Freshwater Frenzy DLC is ready to take a serious bite out of your free time! Released in Fall 2018, Megaquarium is a wonderfully delightful sim/management game where the player builds their dream aquarium, while managing their food, staff, water quality and fish compatibility needs. While the base game focuses only on saltwater marine life, fans of river fish will be delighted to hear that freshwater frenzy (unsurprisingly) features an entire array of freshwater fish and habitats!

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Disintegration Review

Disintegration is a first-person shooter developed by V1 Interactive, a relatively new indie-developer, that aims to blast away any preconceived notions of what a first person shooter should be. While there is no doubt how ambitious of a project that might be for a team of under 30 people, some of the best games are ones that were built out of heart and passion for the hobby of gaming - not simple by those who have the most money and resources to throw at it. With that in mind, let's take a look at what Disintegration has to offer!

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