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Eisenhorn: Xenos (PC) Review

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Live through some of the life and times that made Imperium Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn so well reknowned in Eisenhorn: Xenos. Live through some of the life and times that made Imperium Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn so well reknowned in Eisenhorn: Xenos. The Inquisitor Gregor Eisnehorn was an unusual inquisitor, in that …

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Unbox (PC) Review

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There was a time back in ol’ 2015. I remember the day clearly. I was aimlessly wandering around Eurogamer’s indie section, not looking for anything in particular. Just reading titles and looking at screens waiting for something new to jump out, grab me and scream in my face. As luck …

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Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena (PC) Review

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Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena brings classic 2D fighting to the PC, with liberal doses of Sega’s Shining series’ sprinkled in. Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena brings classic 2D fighting to the PC, with liberal doses of Sega's Shining series' sprinkled in. Yes, Studio Saizensen's latest (published globally by Sega) is essentially a crossover …

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Heart&Slash (PC & Mac) Review

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Heart&Slash: Another entry into a thriving genre Roguelikes are a genre that have made a tremendous comeback in recent years. After several sleeper hits in 2011 and 2012, the concept behind Roguelikes have been revived and experimented on. Heart&Slash is the most recent in a very long line of Roguelikes …

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Evolve Stage 2 (PC) Review

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Evolve lives up to its name. When it first came out in 2015, Evolve was a fairly controversial game. This was mainly due to the fact that the amount of DLC and microtransactions the game had was nothing short of absurd. Turtle Rock was more focused on advertising the DLC …

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Prog.1 (PC & Mac) Review

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What is  Prog.1? Platformers are one of the oldest types of games that exist, as well as the most iconic. Ever since Mario debuted on the NES in 1985, platforms have been part of the face of gaming. Hundreds if not thousands of platformers have been created over the years, …

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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

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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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