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Kingsway West #1 (Comic) Review

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Kingsway West is an interesting, if a bit underwhelming introduction to the Kingsway universe. What is present in this first installment is interesting and fun, but I really couldn’t help but wish for some clearer art, more direct writing, and a less obvious attempt at a cliffhanger. Obvious plotlines: Kingsway …

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Zombie Night Terror (PC) Review

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How many big budget zombie games til now, have not been focused on fighting against zombies? Well, you can count them on your hand. While many zombie games (with almost similar concept) came and gone, Zombie Night Terror is the game where you can finally fight be the apocalypse.   …

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Evolve Stage 2 (PC) Review

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Evolve lives up to its name. When it first came out in 2015, Evolve was a fairly controversial game. This was mainly due to the fact that the amount of DLC and microtransactions the game had was nothing short of absurd. Turtle Rock was more focused on advertising the DLC …

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Boku no Hero Academia Review

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Hello internet, and welcome to something new on Brutal Gamer. This week I will be reviewing the recently finished first season of Boku no Hero Academia. This presents the immediate problem of fans accusing me of parade raining one of the highest rated anime series currently. Then finding out where …

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Never Gone (iOS) Review

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Never Gone shakes up the iOS gameplay Never Gone attempts to bring some real style to the iOS gameplay. Personally I think Hippie Games accomplished their goal stunningly. With gameplay reminiscent of Devil May Cry, few can be disappointed with the way this game plays. Dawn and his ancient weapons …

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Daydreamer Finally kind of Arrives on Consoles

Daydreamer Finally kind of Arrives on Consoles

Get ready for some sleepless nights as Daydreamer finally, kind of, arrives on consoles. On July 12th, the Roland Studios developed game lands on the PS4 for its full release. Unfortunately, Xbox One owners must search elsewhere to satisfy their 2-D horror needs since Daydreamer is officially PS4 console exclusive. The game will be published by Atlus. …

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