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Taiko no Tatsujin Pop Tap Beat is my new happy place

Last month, the Apple Arcade service got a real shot in the arm when Apple surprised dropped more than two dozen titles onto the subscription service. We've covered a few of those titles already, but there were many more we just didn't have...

 
 
 
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Review: World of Demons

Show of hands: who here thought World of Demons was quietly canceled months ago? I know I did. When it was announced in 2018, I was really looking forward to seeing what PlatinumGames could do with mobile gaming given it's behind the b...

 
 
 
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Review: Fantasian (Part 1)

The launch of Fantasian really snuck up on us. After getting announced back in 2019, it flew under the radar until right around New Year's when developer Mistwalker confirmed the JRPG would release this year. Then, out of the blue, it ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Alba: A Wildlife Adventure

One of the trends I saw on social media in the lead-up to the new year was a pledge by people to be "better" in 2021. To be more kind, more thoughtful, more patient, and more forgiving. Basically, taking the negative energy 2020 gave us and...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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What the Golf? is back with 30 silly new levels

Triband took the gameplay-as-comedy premise of What the Golf? to its (il)logical extreme, but the team hasn't run out of outlandish ideas for golf at its most abstract. The Apple Arcade version of What the Golf? got a Sporty Sports Special ...

 
 
 
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Beyond a Steel Sky will arrive on PC via Steam July 16

Revolution Software has announced that Beyond a Steel Sky, the sequel to the 1994 adventure classic Beneath a Steel Sky, will launch on PC via Steam July 16, following its debut on the Apple Arcade platform last week.Beyond a Steel Sky sees...

 
 
 
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Review: Beyond Blue

I've been counting the days until Beyond Blue's PC and console release since it showed up on Apple Arcade back in April. This soothing, somber, immersive oceanic adventure game just seemed like something I'd want to experience on a larger s...

 
 
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The long road to Beyond a Steel Sky is almost at an end

Revolution Software has released a new trailer (via IGN) for its third-person RPG Beyond a Steel Sky, the sequel to 1994 cyberpunk DOS adventure Beneath a Steel Sky. Having faced multiple delays since its initial reveal, the long-awaited se...

 
 
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Review: Shantae and the Seven Sirens

Oh Shantae, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways... As I've noted before, rarely do video games make me literally smile while I'm playing, but WayForward's Shantae series has me grinning like a durn fool. I'm besotted with these advent...

 
 
 
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The bizarre What the Golf? tees off on Nintendo Switch May 21

Triband's great "Golf game for people who hate golf" - What the Golf? - is finally ready to tee off on Nintendo Switch. The loopy links will be available to download from the Nintendo eShop on May 21, priced at around $20.Originally release...

 
 
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Mobile Monday: Scrappers, Tiny Islands

Like most of America, I'm doing a lot of work from home right now. It's all we can do to keep this country going. When I did actually go into the office, I'd spend my breaks playing whatever mobile games I had downloaded that week. Now that...

 
 
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Mobile Monday: Totally Reliable Delivery Service

One of the things I enjoy most about mobile game is it allows me to experiment with titles that I couldn't see myself paying full price for on Steam or console. Like Goat Simulator. I got that for my Android five years ago for a buck and co...

 
 




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I rarely ever have anything to post for #ArbitraryMetalTuesday but I finally have one today (although my true love is in the

 
GoofierBrute

Im at the point right now where Im done trying to find the Collectors Edition of Metroid Dread and just buy it

 
bong264

Guess who finally got Thats right ive been painting half blind this entire time

 
taterchimp

New DLC for Killing Floor Makes me want to go back for a hit minute, but the playercount was low a year ago when I was playing it I am part of the problem, I

 
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Kinda my mental state this I dont drink alcohol though, so its Brown Black Cherry

 
Neronium

Man today is not my Also missed the vinyl preorder for the Mega Man Legends All thats left is cassette :(

 
Toothpick2600

A highlight clip from todays Guilty Gear Strive Couldnt have asked for a better match as a Potemkin

 
ShadeOfLight

Brachio friend! Designed by Shuki This is now by far the hardest Ive ever Took me about a week on-and-off working on it, guessing about 8+ hours in One could beat Ocarina of Time in the time this guy took me, is what Im

 
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My PSP/Vita ALIIIIIIIIIIIIVE! Turns out Im just a crayon-eating moron and was using the microphone cable, instead of the LINE IN PORT (which I just learned No buzzing! No audio delays! No stream tonight, but plans will be made!

 
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Woo just fixed my old 3DS which had a broken circle Between this and fixing my drifiting joycon Im far more confident opening these up

 
 

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