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First Strike: Final Hour Review

First Strike Final Hour, by developers at BlindFlug Studios, released on May 31st this year with a bang. The fast paced real time strategy pits you as a major super power in a race against nuclear Armageddon. You can play as the United States, Western Europe or North Korea among others at the start of […]

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Tokyo 42 Review

Tokyo 42 might look fantastic, but it’s how the game makes you feel that counts.

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The Surge Review: A return to Souls like destruction essentials

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#MGYMM: Nonstop Knight

Welcome back to MOBILE GAMES YOU MIGHTA MISSED. This week’s #MGYMM is Nonstop Knight, a free to play game available on iOS and Android. Nonstop Knight is a grinding dungeon-crawler game that’s all about getting as far as you can. Your character moves and fights on their own, allowing you to just worry about upgrading […]

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Symphony of the Machine Review

Symphony of the Machine is a new puzzler from Stirfire Studios for PlayStation VR. As developers experiment with what works in VR with games like Job Simulator (1), we more times than not we end up seeing much less action filled VR games, starkly contrasted against the  OMG I'M GOING TO F'ING DIE experiences like [...]
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Blaster Master Zero Review

The original Blaster Master came out for the first generation Nintendo a year after I was born, making it almost thirty years old today. Since then, other entries in the series have been released across Sega Genesis, GameBoy, PlayStation, and others, leading up to the recent Blaster Master Zero on Nintendo Switch and 3DS. Old […]

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Fated: The Silent Oath Review

During it’s launch, PlayStation VR had a pretty good assortment of games. Job Simulator and Wayward Sky, down to smaller titles I’d like to see receive the full game treatment such as Danger Ball and Robot Run. Since then there have been some truly terrifying (in a good way) titles and still others that, while […]

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The Deadly Tower of Monsters Review

People say video games are so realistic these days with their cinematic camera angles, quality voice acting, and engrossing ambient soundtracks that the line between cinema and games has been blurring since arguably last generation. Examples that come to mind are Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Last of Us, Uncharted 3, and Until Dawn. […]

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