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    SteamWorld Dig 2 Review — A Fistful of Fun

    SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt was a decent success, but it didn’t light the world on fire commercially or critically. It wasn’t until SteamWorld Heist where the whole SteamWorld brand began to take off. Following this, the developers announced SteamWorld Dig 2, and they seem to have done a...

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    Touhou 15.5: Antinomy of Common Flowers Demo Review

    Antinomy of Common Flowers is the sixth fighting game in the Touhou series. Currently, there is only a demo version available. There is no release date, but I expect that it will release sometime soon. Either way, the demo does have a ton of promise! Tag team sets this game...

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    Manifest 99 Review

    One of the things that’s so great about VR is the ability to immerse yourself in a story. Players don’t necessarily have to “play” anything to get an experience. You can live it. You can feel it. It’s experiences like Manifest 99 or Allumette that do these experiences right. You...

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    Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 Review

    Cook, Serve, Delicious was a fun and charming restaurant sim that used its deceptively simple aesthetic to mask the true nature of its palm-sweatingly intense challenge. It was fast-paced, hectic and stressful, but also eminently lovable. Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 is more of that. A lot more of it. If...

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    Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Review

    Marvel vs. Capcom is my favorite fighting series of all-time. Sure, games like Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Tekken have a place in my heart, but MvC is the best. My introduction to the series came through Marvel vs. Capcom 2 for the Sega Dreamcast, but I’ve since played every...

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    The Solus Project Review PSVR

    Virtual reality has some applications that are more valuable than others. The exploration and first person style games are the best, and we’ve seen this integrated countless times. There’s a reason for this. It’s because the quality of the games is often higher and doesn’t require as much work to...

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    VR Karts Review

    It seems that racers are a shortage when it applies to PlayStation VR. Sure, there’s a few titles in place like DriveClub VR and Dirt Rally VR, but there’s not a ton of car racing on the platform. Because of this, I was interested to give VR Karts a try...

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    NASCAR Heat 2 Review Part 2

    NASCAR Heat 2 has certainly improved a lot over NASCAR Heat Evolution. I mentioned as much in the first part of this review. At that time I spent time racing the Camping World Trucks, Xfinity, and Monster Energy Cup series. I wanted to get a feel of each series on...

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    Touhou 14.5: Urban Legend in Limbo Review

    Urban Legend in Limbo is the fifth fighting game in the Touhou series. Much like its predecessor Hopeless Masquerade, this game features aerial combat instead of fighting on the ground like in most fighting games. This inclues the first three fighters that were a part of the Touhou Project. Much...

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    Touhou 13.5: Hopeless Masquerade Review

    Hopeless Masquerade is the fourth fighting-style game in the Touhou series. However, unlike its predecessor, it introduces a few changes. Unlike the previous Street Fighter-esque games, this one removes the ground from the battlefield. Now, fights take place entirely in the air. Gamepaly is interesting, but not the best fighting...

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    Tooth and Tail Review

    Tooth and Tail Tooth and Tail is a streamlined RTS about cute animals fighting to the death and trying to eat each other. Sound charming? Because it totally is. Tooth and Tail handily balances cute and fun charm with a legitimately dark premise. As well as having a ton of...

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    Metroid: Samus Returns Review — Samus Strikes Back

    There was some of skepticism when Metroid: Samus Returns was first announced at E3 2017. Not only was Yoshio Sakamoto involved after the disastrous Metroid: Other M, but we also had Mercury Steam working on it after having been responsible for the mediocre Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of...

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