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Alliance Alive review

Alliance Alive Review – A Flawed Charmer on the 3DS

Alliance Alive is a fun, quirky, and interesting JRPG with some interesting systems powering the core gameplay. Although sometimes the naming of things can be quiet boring the story and characters are...

MANTICORE: GALAXY ON FIRE REVIEW

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire Switch Review

If any of my readers are old enough to remember the days of Space Sims like Privateer or the original Wind Commander Series than you, like me, long for some of those classic titles. Countless hours sp...

FOR THE KING REVIEW

The Problem with ‘For the King’: I can’t put it down

Have you ever found yourself sitting back, relaxing with a nice cold drink in your hand when you suddenly realize that what you need in life is a strategy meets rogue-like meets JRPG video game? No? M...

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Flash Point Fire Rescue – Flames On PC

Indie studios have branched out into interesting territory over the last several years including a foray back into the retro-styled world of tabletop gaming. One popular title with tabletop gamers has...

Patobox review

Patobox Review – A noir-esque Punch Out that can be brutally challenging

I can still remember gripping my tiny fingers around and early NES light gun and blasting flying pixels in Duck Hunt. Now the Duck’s seem to have their own champion in a part man, pat duck boxing phen...

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Membrane for Nintendo Switch is a Delightfully Retro Platform Puzzler

Man versus housefly.  For centuries mankind has been haunted by these food tainting, dive bombing, skin tickling pests.  At its core, Membrane is a game about this rivalry.  When a fly lands on your a...

Warp Shift

Warp Shift Materialized and Mesmerizes on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is a strange animal functioning as both living room console and handheld portable. In its one year of existence, it has seen the release of blockbuster titles, with “best in series...

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Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs: Royal Edition review

In the ever expanding scope of game genres, there is an argument for the continued place of turn-based games at the table. Some might argue that their heyday was a bygone era, ruled by consoles and ha...

Extinction review

Extinction: Giant orc-like monster genocide, served piping hot

There’s always something enjoyable about running around and killing monsters that at first glance look way too powerful to be felled by a single person.  Luckily, the hero of the story always has a wa...

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