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SUPERHOT (PC) REVIEW

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

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

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

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

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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