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The Collider 2 (PC) Review

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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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Breached (PC) Review

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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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Demetrios (PC) Review

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Join Bjorn in Demetrios The BIG Cynical Adventure! COWCAT presents Demetrios The BIG Cynical Adventure. Inspired by classic point-and-cick games that have come before, Demetrios is sure to put a quirky spin on the genre. You play as Bjorn, a slobbish antiques dealer based out of Paris, France. After coming …

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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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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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Blood Alloy: Reborn (PC) Review

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Originally, Blood Alloy: Reborn began as a Kickstarter. The goal was to create a Metroidvania (a combination of Metroid and Castlevania) called Blood Alloy. The description boasted to have an enormous world with a ton of stuff to explore and kill. What we are left with is a combat demo …

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Legend of Eisenwald (PC) Review

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Set in a medieval time where magic is a reality and heroes are no more than people with convictions, Legend of Eisenwald creates an engaging world situated in what now would be called Germany. The story changes based on the character you pick and takes place in different segments, each …

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A Fistful of Gun (PC) Review

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I felt the hype after watching the trailer. A western gunslinger game, dodging bullets and explosions left and right. Finding a character that suits you best and completely destroy the game. And then it hit me after I tried to play the game, it’s a relentless running game that tries …

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XCOM 2 (PC) Review

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It’s too early to point at a game and shout, “Game of the year!”, but let’s face it, come the end of the year, XCOM 2 is going to be on my list… and probably somewhere close to the top.

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