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GAME REVIEW | Sacrificing Story for Action in "Utawarerumono: ZAN"

While the West is finally getting to experience the Utawareumono series with the remake due out next year, it was...

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GAME REVIEW | Igarashi's Triumphant Return Awaits In "Bloodstained"

It's been a long time since Bloodstained was Kickstarted in 2015. Despite several delays and a troubled development cycle that...

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GAME REVIEW | Slice & Dice As a Ronin Hitman in "Katana ZERO"

Devolver Digital has been keeping on with maintaining a strong lineup of games this year, and the latest to come...

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GAME REVIEW | More To Worry About Than Being Shot In "The Messenger"

Update: The Writer has updated the review to reflect their thoughts on the Picnic Panic DLC I think I've finally...

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GAME REVIEW | DONTNOD Sucks Out Half the Fun in "Vampyr"

Good vampire games have been hard to find lately, let alone any vampire game. But unfortunately, DONTNOD's latest vampire action...

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GAME REVIEW | Senses of Reality Are Tested in "Phantom Trigger"

TinyBuild Games has a bit of a history with me, mainly when it comes to whether or not I can truly...

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GAME REVIEW | "Swords of Ditto" Beats the Clock to Save the World

In the wake of Breath of the Wild, a lot of indie developers have still longed for a more traditional...

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GAME REVIEW | A Somewhat Underwhelming Take on Mega Man in "20XX"

20XX finally came out of Early Access recently after being in it for such a long time. The game was a roguelike...

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GAME REVIEW | Ridding The Undead Is Commonplace For "School Girl/Zombie Hunter"

Long ago, there were two series of games born from the the Simple 2000 line of games made in Japan....

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GAME REVIEW | Getting Lost in the Hyper Pixel World of "Songbringer"

There are plenty of Zelda clones out there to choose from, but few are done in an ultra-pixelated art style...

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