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Tokyo 42 (PC) Review

Indie developers Mode7, creators of the excellent Frozen Synapse and Frozen Cortex, have turned their hands to publishing as well.  The first game they’re publishing is Tokyo 42, the first game from Sean Wright and Maciek Strychalsk, collectively known as SMAC.  Described as the love child of Syndicate and the original …

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Tokyo 42 Release Date Announced

A release date has been announced for Tokyo 42, an isometric open-world shooter currently being developed by SMAC and published by Frozen Synapse and Frozen Cortex developer Mode 7 Games.  The game is coming to PC and Xbox One on May 31st, with a PS4 release being slated for some …

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Immortal Redneck (PC) Review

Do you like randomly generated levels, pyramids, mummies, rednecks, power ups, old style shooters and potato launchers? Then Immortal Redneck may just be a game of interest to you. Inside this wonderfully titled game of joy are all these things. And more. Immortal Redneck puts us in the bandages of …

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Forts (PC) Review

Forts is a physics based, 2d, real time strategy where the aim is to build a fort any way you see fit. Then blow each other to tiny pieces. It made me think of worms and Bridge Constructor. But instead of a bridge it’s a tower of death and destruction. …

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EGX Rezzed Hands-On: The Adventure Pals

Need some good clean fun for people of all ages but equally enjoyable to the most mature of adults? Then Look no further than The Adventure Pals. A wonderfully colourful, humorous platforming adventure. With giraffes and a pet rock. Though that’s enough to sell me on a game, you may …

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EGX Rezzed Hands-On: Serial Cleaner

There are plenty of games out there that involve killing numerous people, leaving blood and bodies in your wake.  But when you need someone to get rid of the evidence and make sure nothing comes of your murderous acts, you need to send in a cleaner. If there’s a lot …

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88 Heroes To The Rescue

Everyone remembers where they were when he came to earth. It was 8:08, on the eighth of August, 1988. His dastardly voice blaring over the loudspeakers with that stupid laugh, “MUA HA HA HA HA.” His demands were simple: The earth must pay 88 octillion dollars in 88 hours or …

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