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Maldita Castilla (Review) Xbox One

Maldita Castilla Xbox One Review

An insanely hard journey awaits anyone crazy enough to attempt to save the day in Maldita Castilla. This 8-bit adventure is a 2D platforming murderfest. Go back to the days of the Nintendo, to the grammatically incorrect, Ghost ‘n Goblins. This historic 2D platformer followed Sir Arthur as he tries …

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Armikrog (Xbox One) Review

Tommynaut

Armikrog is from the creators of EarthWorm Jim and stars nobody’s favorite space explorer, Tommynaut. From Versus Evil games and Pencil Test Studios, comes a new point and click Claymation adventure game that is fun and has a great cast of talented voice actors. Armikrog is from the creators of EarthWorm …

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Lumo (Xbox One) Review

Lumo is a strong platformer from the days of old. Isometric in nature, players move through a series of rooms to find collectibles and more. So to the point, simply survive. Lumo is a strong platformer from the days of old. Isometric in nature, players move through a series of …

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (Xbox One) Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heroes in a half shell – Turtle power! They’re the world’s most mediocre game (it kinda sucks)! They’re heroes in a half star game, and they’re lame (hey, let ‘er rip) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heroes in a half shell …

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Hard Reset Redux (Xbox One) Review

The popular cyberpunk title from the PC, Hard Reset Redux is now available for consoles. This first-person shooter is chock full of destruction, weapons and robots. The popular cyberpunk title from the PC, Hard Reset Redux is now available for consoles. This first-person shooter is chock full of destruction, weapons and robots. …

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Deadpool (PS4) Review

Following its 2013’s release on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, Deadpool has now landed on next-gen consoles with a version that is an almost straight port of the original, except for two challenge rooms and a couple of costumes. There’s no graphical update, no alternative modes and no shiny new …

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