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Rok (iPad) Review


Escape your fate ROK is an interesting take on a futuristic game, where a norseman is taken, and hidden away for many years. Years later a voice in the darkness has come to release him. She teaches him that he has certain telekinetic abilities and needs to find his way …

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A Game of Changes (PC) Review

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Blending puzzle platformers with the teachings of I Ching Nuno Donato brings us a wonderful take on puzzles, inspired by history. Earning the Steam Greenlight, A Game of Changes will make you think, where chance and destiny find themselves. Take the reins as Confucius, as you journey through 64 unique …

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The Collider 2 (PC) Review


Hello everyone, welcome to the maiden review of my Brutal Gamer career. This week had me playing The Collider 2, a new game coming to us from Shortbreak Studios. Before we start with the nitty gritty technical stuff, I would like to say that I had fun with this game. …

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Fight Club 2 (Graphic Novel) Review


“Fight Club 2” comes 20 years after the original but does it still hold up? "Fight Club 2" comes 20 years after the original but does it still hold up? "Fight Club 2" is a sequel to the twisted and dark novel, "Fight Club" by Chuck Palahniuk that was released …

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Finding Dory (Film) Review

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For 13 years, fans of Disney, Pixar, and the original Finding Nemo (2003) have clamored for a sequel. Well, a sequel has finally come, but kids who remember Finding Nemo to be an untouchable work of art may find themselves a tad disappointed in Finding Dory. To be clear, I …

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Breached (PC) Review


Beautiful and valiant, but insubstantial. Beautiful and valiant, but insubstantial. While the majority of video games nowadays heavily focus on combat, there is a dedicated subset that is attempting to move away from that. Games that focus on story, exploration, and traveling through worlds that have obstacles that cannot be …

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