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I hate you (iOS) Review

I hate you iOS app by Unibit

Squashing creepy clowns, splatting squirmy cockroaches, crushing sleazy bosses… That’s what you’re basically getting into with the iOS app called: I hate you. I didn’t think there would be much to enjoy with something titled, “I hate you.” The title alone drives me insane (why isn’t it “I Hate You?”), …

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Ishi-Sengoku-Den “Sadame” (3DS) Review

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“Sadame” is a game that takes place during an alternate reality of Japan’s Sengoku period which pits four travelling companions in the midst of a demon uprising led by none other than Oda Nobunaga (as if you expected someone else.) The games backdrops are wonderful and compliment the 16 bit aesthetic …

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Super Punch-Out!! (SNES) Retro Review

Super Punch Out SNES box

One of the more forgotten about series’ in Nintendo’s catalog, Super Punch-Out!! was super-fun, video game boxing perfected. One of the more forgotten about series' in Nintendo's catalog, Super Punch-Out!! was super-fun, video game boxing perfected. I used to stink at Punch-Out!!, and I mean any form of it. I was terrible …

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Blues And Bullets Ep 2 (PC) Review

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Shaking the Hive Blues and Bullets takes us to an alternative reality where Al Capone is released from prison, and hires none other than the retired Elliot Ness when he learns his granddaughter has gone missing. That is the basic concept of Blues and Bullets. Ness, Retired. Capone, old, and …

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SUPERHOT (PC) REVIEW

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It’s uncommon for a game nowadays to feature distinct levels that feel substantially different from one another, but Superhot manages to do just that. Every chapter in this revolutionary indie concept is an exciting, time-warping puzzle that throws away first-person shooter conventions in order to embrace its brand new mechanics. …

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