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Door Kickers: Action Squad (PC) Review

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Bring On The A-Team Diplomatic immunity? It’s just been revoked. Masochistically inclined games require a balance. One wrong move, one perceived slight by the uninitiated, and frustration replaces fun. Door Kickers: Action Squad made a hard left turn from the original Door Kickers game concept. Instead of a tactical top-down strategy title, Action Squad transitioned to …

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We Happy Few (PC) Review

Our Collective Joy  Happy is the Country with no past, according to the citizenry of We Happy Few. For a nation’s sins make forgetting history the only acceptable way to move forward. After a hopeless disparity engulfed a collapsing British Empire, individuals with callous dispositions concluded that repressing the populace was …

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Coffee Crisis (PC) Review

When I got my first look at Coffee Crisis, I was immediately in awe and wonder. What was before me was a game with an old school asthetic, and what appeared to be classic gameplay elements. You take control of a character, or two if playing cooperatively, and take on …

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Amid Evil (PC) Review

I remember the good old days of gaming when I’d wake up on a Saturday, turn on our old computer and play Heretic the whole day. If you don’t already know, Heretic is one of the many “Doom clones” that pooped out in the 90s with pretty much the same …

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Golem Gates (PC) Review

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Our Review – A Test Of Patience   Golem Gates tells the story of the Harbinger, a supremely powerful being who has the ability to manipulate a powerful substance called the Ash. Some sort of world-ending apocalypse was enacted long ago, leaving the surrounding planet a desolate wasteland overrun by …

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