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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (Xbox One) Review

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heroes in a half shell – Turtle power! They’re the world’s most mediocre game (it kinda sucks)! They’re heroes in a half star game, and they’re lame (hey, let ‘er rip) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heroes in a half shell …

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Hard Reset Redux (Xbox One) Review

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The popular cyberpunk title from the PC, Hard Reset Redux is now available for consoles. This first-person shooter is chock full of destruction, weapons and robots. The popular cyberpunk title from the PC, Hard Reset Redux is now available for consoles. This first-person shooter is chock full of destruction, weapons and robots. …

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (PS4) Review

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A side-scrolling classic, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is the definitive gold standard in video game remakes. A side-scrolling classic, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is the definitive gold standard in video game remakes. Originally released in 2007 for the PS2, Odin Sphere is a side-scrolling action role-playing game. Think Contra but more aesthetically pleasing, and …

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Popstar (Movie) Review

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Andy Samberg and the Lonely Island crew deliver a hilarious sendup of the current state of pop music in Popstar. Andy Samberg and the Lonely Island crew deliver a hilarious sendup of the current state of pop music in Popstar. Things were going pretty awesome for pop music sensation, singer/rapper Conner4real (played by Andy …

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Battleborn (PS4) Review

Battleborn comes out packing to stand out in the year of Character Action titles. Battleborn comes out packing to stand out in the year of Character Action titles. Battleborn is a MOBA for action fans. It turns the unapproachable genre into an accessible multiplayer title. One lane makes progress visible. Obvious objectives …

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Overwatch (PS4) Review

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Overwatch takes a concept that has been done before and brings it to the level that fans have come to expect from Blizzard. Overwatch takes a concept that has been done before and brings it to the level that fans have come to expect from Blizzard. Class based shooters have …

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Postal Redux (PC) Review

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Who doesn’t want their mayhem in HD? There are few games more fitting than a description of BRUTAL. With Postal Redux (as well as the Postal series, if you are not familiar) there is no great plot scheme. No grand story. A guy lost his job, lost his car, lost …

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TransOcean 2: Rivals (PC) Review

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Defeat your rivals and take the lead in the shipping industry! From developer Deck13 Hamburg and publisher astragon Entertainment GmbH comes TransOcean 2: Rivals. While the first TransOcean game showed you what it was like to found and run your own shipping company in realtime, TransOcean 2: Rivals takes things …

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I hate you (iOS) Review

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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

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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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