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Review: Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

No More Heroes, like its protagonist Travis Touchdown, is a bit of an odd duck nearly 12 years removed from its original Wii launch. His creator Goichi Suda (Suda 51) marches to the beat of his own drum, as does his company, Grasshoppe...

 
 
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Review: Vane

Video games have really changed as a storytelling medium. What was once a casual dash from left-to-right, dropping baddies and collecting shiny objects, opened up into new realms of drama, narrative, and even philosophical messages. Of cour...

 
 
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Review: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

I won't bury the lede here. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is a fantastic Ace Combat game. If any part of the pre-launch hype appealed to you, or if you played and enjoyed one of the previous numbered Ace Combat games, you owe it to ...

 
 
 
 
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Star Control: Origins quietly reappears on Steam

Just before the turn to 2019, Star Control: Origins was removed from Steam and GOG due to a DMCA takedown notice from two of the creators behind the original series. Publisher of Origins, Stardock, took to the Steam community forums to to l...

 
 
 
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Review: YIIK: A Postmodern RPG

YIIK: A Postmodern RPG is, as the title implies, a turn-based RPG that centers around a group of hipsters from the year 1999. A lot of its presentation is based around a mixture of 90s nostalgia and attempts to subvert genre conventions by ...

 
 
 
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Review: My Time at Portia

Ah, the farm-life sim. It's become something of a staple in my gaming diet. You might remember me checking in with My Time at Portia back when it first entered Early Access. That was almost a year to the day, and the post-apocalyptic t...

 
 
 
 
 
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Resident Evil 2 demo passes two-million-player milestone

Resident Evil 2's One-Shot demo gives players half an hour and a single stressful chance to poke around the undead-infested police station. It's a brilliant concept for a horror game demo, particularly one with as much pent-up excitement an...

 
 
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Review: The Walking Dead - The Final Season: Broken Toys

Like Lazarus, The Walking Dead: The Final Season has risen from the grave to continue shuffling toward its seemingly dour conclusion. After the unfortunate closure of Telltale Games last year, it seemed that all was lost for the story of Cl...

 
 
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A look at the early days of regional difficulty changes

In the primordial days before your mom was on the internet, we grew up in fear of the other. In the '80s and '90s, we frequently spoke of the mist-shrouded land across the ocean that controlled most of the games we played. Whether we discus...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Onimusha: Warlords

The early 2000s were a boon for action games. The PS2 was hitting its stride and would go on to cement itself as one of the most extravagant purveyors of the genre. While there were plenty of wild risks that seemed to endlessly pay off, a s...

 
 
 
 
 
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PlayStation's 'under $20' flash sale requires some sifting

Sony has gone all-in on PlayStation flash sales these past couple years, and if there are any signs that the now-regularly-scheduled deals are going to simmer down in 2019, I'm not seeing them. This weekend's PS4, PS3, and Vita flash sale p...

 
 
 
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Ace Combat 7 has a free PS4 theme up for grabs

Don't you just love Friday releases? It's so freeing to be able to stay up late with a new game knowing full well you can continue where you left off the next day (and catch up on lost sleep another time). As a reviewer, I much prefer Tuesd...

 
 




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Vane"You probably think this game is about you"

 

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And also started watching The Legend of Korra today and so far I had a great first impression! Digging the new tone and how the world changed, specially the scene where she beats a bunch of In ATLA it would be OK, but Korra almost was put in

 
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Finished Avatar: the Last Airbender last Saturday and HOLY BUTTS, what an amazing show it was! Great characters, plot, arcs, world, My favorite character was Iroh, but Toph is a close Kinda sad it ended already :I

 
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Nobody gives a shit after 3 I know Yet, the fact that Battle for Azeroth was nominated for PC game of the year on DToid and then made zero appearances on any of the personal GotY lists from DToids writers is a Scooby Doo mystery to

 
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Finally finished Red Dead Redemption Definitely one of the best games Ive played in the last few

 
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Am I misremembering things or Yakuza 6 changed Kiryus standard speed from running to walking?

 
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I had no idea there was an eclipse going on or I would have looked for it when I was outside with my cats, but that probably explains why they were going fucking insane and running around like

 
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Yesterday, on the 2nd anniversary of Richard Spencer Getting Very Justifiably Punched, the spirit moved me to paint my MMG Very apropos, I believe, and I wasnt even aware of the occasion until after I was done!

 
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So I finally completed World of It wasnt great, but I wouldnt call it terrible As for whether its better than Subspace, Im kinda of in the Ill explain more in the

 
 

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