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Twin Shot - The word count on this review of coincidentally 911

May 04 / by ScreamAid
Developer: NitromePublisher: NitromeFormat: PC (browser/flash)  Twin Shot is a cutesy little game. It's an arcade style 2D platform shooter. It has your typical arcade premise similar to that of Bubble Bobble, wher...
 
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REVIEW: Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin (PS4)

May 04 / by n0signal
As someone who considers the ‘Souls games to be some of the very best ever made, I picked up Dark Souls II immediately upon its release in 2014, and although it wasn’t an instant classic like other games in ...
 
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Wii REVIEWS: The List

May 04 / by Lord Spencer
Despite the common jokes about the Wii's library, I found a number of great games to play. However, most of those games were Nintendo staples, Metroid, Zelda, DKC, and of course the most famous plumber in history. In som...
 
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Endless Legend: Guardians - Review

May 03 / by Kooram
Prior to deciding I wasn't really into numerical scores in reviews, Endless Legend was the only game I ever scored ten out of ten. I did this only because I loved it so, not from any objective perfection on th...
 
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Forsaken Age

May 02 / by KingSigy
I don't know quite how to feel about Broken Age. I want to scream and yell and claim it is a terrible experience, but I don't overtly hate the game. I had a partial bit of responsibility for bringing it to life (funding...
 
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SNES REVIEWS: Secret of Mana

May 02 / by Lord Spencer
For those reading one of my SNES review blogs for the first time, here is the basic concept: "While the SNES was a constant presence in my childhood, I never had a large collection of games for it. In fact, many of the ...
 
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The Harbinger - New Talisman Expansion

Apr 30 / by Kamehameornah
Do you like board games? Have you played Talisman? The game has a pretty deep history and has been around for quite some time, since 1983 to be exact. It’s been featured on shows such as the Big Bang Theory and it&...
 
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Westerado: Double Barreled | The Lonesome Crowded West

Apr 24 / by wutangclam
It’s difficult to think about the Wild West without some notion of romanticism. Despite the notoriously rough conditions of frontier life, cowboys, bandits and their ilk have become engrained in American culture, l...
 
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Homeopath in Toronto

Apr 23 / by HomeopathToronto
Homeopath in Toronto, Mississauga & Brampton5426 Rose Ridge Crescent Mississauga, ON L5M7C3 Canada+1 905-542-021210:00 am – 6:00 pmHomeopathUse alternative medicine (homeopathy) to cure dise
 
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Infinite Backlog: Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley

Apr 23 / by LastSeraph
Episode 27: It's not really a Lost Valley if I've found it.Today's episode we look at the first Harvest Moon game that wasn't developed by Marvelous AQL. How does Natsume and Talbot Inc fare with their very first Harvest Moon game?Find out in today's episode! Jumping straight into Story of Seasons after this one, so expect something from it soon!
 
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A Game Review: Trigger Saint

Apr 19 / by ManyAlpacas
Trigger Saint (Pre-Release review)             Trigger saint can be described as an RPG, adventure, and SciFi/Fantasy like game. It has its own style of artwork, which goes perfect with the ...
 
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Westerado: Double Barrelled Review

Apr 19 / by Kooram
Westerado is basking in style. It's a pixel-art spaghetti western featuring a mysterious masked bandit, shady wild-west business deals, and a whole lot of six-shooter shootouts. It's absolutely gorgeous and is acco...
 
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Super Smash Flash 2 - A Fan-Made Smash Bros. Game Done Right

Apr 18 / by ScreamAid
Developer: McLeodGamingPublisher: McLeodGamingFormat: PC (browser/flash) The Super Smash Bros. series is one with a fanbase who is always ready to suggest new entries to the roster. Some fans merely dream about the poss...
 
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PS Friday Night Fights: End Of An Era Edition

Apr 17 / by PS FNF
Time is a flat circle. If you haven’t checked out the forum this week, you should know that it’s the end of an era. Trev, Kym and Cornflake have, after years of maintaining PS FNF, decided to pull up stake...
 
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The Dark Mod gets updated and you should play it!

Apr 17 / by SupahGamuh
Thief '14 was crap... well, at least very underwhelming, but fret not my dear taffers!, as the free, and awesome Dark Mod got a new update!, 2.03 to be precise!, so if you already have it installed, just fire up&nb...
 
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HOW SPECIAL? An UnPro Session of Mortal Kombat: Special Forces

Apr 14 / by Johnny Burnes
  The Mortal Kombat beat em up before Shaolin Monks.Would Jaquiline Briggs be proud of her father's past? Go to my channel for some of my shameful past (I regret nothing!)https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyburnes C...
 
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Review: Claire - Horror has a new queen

Apr 12 / by TheKodu
Name: Claire Price: £6.99 /  $9.99 Format:  PC (available from Steam and Desura) PC specs used can be found in this sites FAQ section Review:  Ok I got a request to review this game and honestl...
 
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Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin HD - Thoughts

Apr 11 / by Kooram
This is more of a 'thoughts on' than a review and assumes a level of familiarity with the base game. So I love Dark Souls. I played through the first game five or six times in a row, and while it didn't have q...
 
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Destructoid Takes Up Smoking To Seem Cool Again

Apr 10 / by Fake News (So You Cannot Sue)
In light of Andy Dixon's departure from Destructoid, the website announced today it has taken up smoking to try and look cool again. Dixon's departure is just the latest exit from the website that has seen some of the mo...
 
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REVIEW: Bloodborne (PS4)

Apr 09 / by n0signal
When my PC power supply popped back in 2010 (taking the mainboard, CPU and graphics card along with it!), I decided to replace it with a PS3, and immediately began picking up all those games that you simply couldn&rsquo...
 
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A 2ND DEAD RISING MOVIE? The UnPro Review of Dead Rising: Watchtower

Apr 05 / by Johnny Burnes
  A free to watch video game movie that debuted on Crackle.com...The hell? I talk plenty more about Capcom in my other works.Have a look will you?https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyburnes Watch the movie here:http:...
 
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Review: Jazzpunk

Apr 05 / by TheKodu
Name: Jazzpunk Format: PC Price: £10.99 / $14.99 Review: JazzPunk is a game that really suckered me into loving it using a retro style that will be familiar to fans of older Sci-fi and spy espionage shows such as ...
 
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Rampage Knights: Early Access Impressions

Apr 03 / by Kooram
Some games are expansive, engrossing, and deep as a well. Others are pure popcorn; cheap and shallower than my now cold coffee. Rampage Knights falls into the latter camp in much the same way as an anvil falls...
 
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Brutal: Paws of Fury: The UnPro Tips!

Apr 01 / by Johnny Burnes
  FINALLY! The tutorial everyone's been requesting! There's plenty more UnPro Tips and other gaming works to be seen!https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyburnes Contact me on the F-Book: https://www.facebook.com/prof...
 
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Total War Attila Review PC - Steam

Mar 31 / by TheOSGVault
The Intro:Back in their day, Attila and his Huns were incredible agents of chaos which sparked an entire continent into action after a long time of relative peace. As such, the Huns are perfect for introducing some magi...
 
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Infinite Backlog: inFamous: First Light

Mar 28 / by LastSeraph
Episode 25 - Light up the nightIt's the standalone prequel downloadable content game thing to that other Infamous game which is a stand alone sequel to another previous set of games.It's Infamous First Light on the PS4!
 
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SNES REVIEW: Earthbound

Mar 28 / by Lord Spencer
For those reading one of my SNES review blogs for the first time, here is the basic concept: "While the SNES was a constant presence in my childhood, I never had a large collection of games for it. In fact, many of the ...
 
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PS Friday Night Fights: BBL... Bloodborne Edition

Mar 27 / by PS FNF
 You're not reading this. We're not having this conversation. Let's be honest. You're playing Bloodborne right now. I'm basically talking to myself. So we'll keep this brief. I am not playing Bloodborne. I am sti...
 
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Relevant Review : The Witcher

Mar 24 / by BigDoniel
I built first gaming PC around 4 years ago now, and one of the first games I got was The Witcher. I bought it for around 12 hours then largely forgot about it until last month. I'm trying to finish the first 2 in time fo...
 
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Ori and the Blind Forest: Review

Mar 23 / by Kooram
Ori and the Blind Forest really has one of the most engrossing openings I've ever seen. It's beautifully coloured, masterfully animated, and dramatic, adorable, or mournful as the occasion demands. It doe...
 
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