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Review: Override: Mech City Brawl

One of my favorite overlooked PlayStation 2 titles is a 2003 brawler called War of the Monsters. Inspired by B-movies of the 1950s, the game let you choose from a wide variety of Kaiju and giant robots, then battle it out in a 3D arena full...

 
 
 
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Review: Luigi's Mansion (3DS)

I'd go far as saying the GameCube is the best cube-shaped electronic device with a handlebar of all time. With it came the launch title that would put Luigi back into the spotlight once more after nearly a decade since Mario is Missing. Fin...

 
 
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DUSK leaves Early Access this December

The absolutely fantastic retro shooter DUSK will be leaving Early Access on December 10, 2018. For a limited time after launch, the game will be available for the special price of $16.66. The game will ship with three episodes of hellish le...

 
 
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Yooka-Laylee will be getting a '64-bit Tonic' mode soon

You know, I was just beginning to think that Yooka-Laylee was too good looking. Part of the charm of N64 era mascot platformers is the chunky, low-resolution graphics. Mixed with childlike imagination, it imbued a sense of atmosphere that i...

 
 
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Shadow Warrior 2 is free on GOG right now!

GOG.com is hosting an anniversary sale for its 10th year of business. Along with a whole round of sales on various games, 2016's Shadow Warrior 2 is free! If you and your friends have been itching for a new co-op shooter to play, why not he...

 
 
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Return to Camp Crystal Lake with October's PS Plus games

While October 2018 bringing a tremendous amount of heavy hitting games, it only makes sense that PS Plus' line-up would be a little lackluster. While the line-up actually contains a lot of good stuff, most of the games are a few years old a...

 
 
 
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A Hat in Time's DLC will feature a 240p mode

The upcoming Seal the Deal DLC for indie platformer A Hat in Time will be packing a nifty feature for the inner child in us all. Looking to further replicate late '90s platformers, Seal the Deal has a "nostalgia badge" that enables a 240p m...

 
 
 
 
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Home is where the hub world is

Platformers make up many of my fondest gaming memories, ranging from oldies like Super Mario Sunshine to newbies like A Hat in Time and Rayman Legends. There are many things I love about them, such as speedrunning through obstacle cour...

 
 
 
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Early Access Review: DUSK

For the last decade or so, the first-person shooter genre has been dominated by the likes of Call of Duty and Battlefield. These two behemoths of gaming started a trend of “ultra-realistic” shooters that basically all play the s...

 
 
 
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A Hat in Time lands on PS4 and Xbox One next week

Charming indie 3D platformer A Hat in Time will be making the jump to consoles next week on December 6. You'll be able to get it on PS4 or Xbox One for $29.99. If you're wondering about a Switch port, the devs have stated they there are cur...

 
 
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Bubsy was originally planned to be a Cheetos game

For all three of you excited about the upcoming Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back, Did You Know Gaming has uploaded a video that is all about Bubsy. One of the more interesting facts contained is that Bubsy was originally envisioned as a Chest...

 
 
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A Hat in Time's development team began as volunteers

It's always great to see a Kickstarter project come out of (relatively) nowhere and become a success. While people tend to remember the failures more, A Hat in Time is one of the few games to reach the other end of a Kickstarter campaign an...

 
 
 
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Someone made a Yo! Noid sequel and it's shockingly good

I've never played the original Yo! Noid for NES but after spending a good hour and a half with its fan-made 3D platformer sequel today, I think that's in order. This game is fun, no qualifiers needed. There's wall running, wall jumping, yo-...

 
 
 
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These new Sonic videos don't feature much Sonic

[Header courtesy of Juanjosesa97 on DeviantArt] Nintendo may have stolen the show with Mario Odyssey, but that doesn't mean his rival isn't still looking impressive. Well, I mean, mostly impressive, since these new videos for Sonic Mania an...

 
 
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Sega unleashes a trio of Sonic Forces trailers

While I vaguely remember Sega renaming this year's 3D Sonic game to Sonic Forces, I can't recall when that happened. I suppose I'm just so much more interested in Sonic Mania that I've almost blocked Forces out of my mind. The small bit we ...

 
 




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