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Atomic Heart is a harsh tale of a Soviet robot revolution

Alternate timelines are a staple of the RPG genre, offering up worlds and situations that verge just on the precipice of believably. The latest example of such fiction can be found in Atomic Heart – a first-person action RPG currently...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Calico

About an hour into Calico, I reached the icy mountain peak of this magical island and found a couple of capybaras chilling in a hot spring. It was a pleasant scene, but I was still getting used to the controls. I walked up to them, intendin...

 
 
 
 
 
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Axiom Verge gets randomizer mode in new PC update

Here's fun. Axiom Verge, the beloved metroidvania from indie developer Thomas Happ has received a brand new update, some six years after the game's initial launch. The update offers PC players a new randomizer option, allowing even the most...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Super Meat Boy Forever

2010 was a reckoning. It was a year that saw the gaming market explode with a bevy of independently produced titles. In forgotten scenes reminiscent of the "bedroom programming" days of the late-'80s/early-'90s, talented coders from around ...

 
 
 
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Dan Roemer's personal top 10 games of 2020

2020 royally sucked ass for many people and for a lot of obvious reasons. Quality escapism has never been more important to me than it has been this past year. Simply taking my mind off things through video games is a luxury and I'm more th...

 
 
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Contest: Win ITTA on Nintendo Switch from Super Rare Games

In today's contest you can win a Switch copy of ITTA from Super Rare Games! So, remember Super Rare Games? How could you forget. I give away their newest release every time they pump one out. C'mon, guys. Keep up with me. Well, they're back...

 
 
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55 'hidden gems' released on the Switch eShop in 2020

It feels like only yesterday I was booting up the Wii Shop Channel and seeing five, maybe even six games released that week. It wasn't though. That was all the way back in 2009, which is essentially a lifetime ago by game industry standards...

 
 




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Went through and finished up Classic Mode with everyone in Smash It was a pretty fun time! I surprised myself by performing well as Lucas and Dark I still dont see myself getting the Fighter Passes unless they go on sale

 
Ricky Namara

For the Dungeons and Dragons DM/Players in the community, what was the most memorable campaign youve ever run? Mine was when we nodded the game to make it into Silent Hill But On A Boat survival horror

 
Hakkurei

If we ignore RE Survivor, I finished all the three mainline Resident Evil games available on the all ignore

 
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Am Is bueno!!!

 
Lord Spencer

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently I am going to review those within brackets once completed: - -Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove (Wii U) -Night in the Woods (Switch) -Ni No Kuni II: Revenent Kingdom (PS4)

 
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Parismio

Ps5 Best buy just got em in stock and is doin em in *Edited* cause two words stuck together bothered

 
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Stealth was never my

 
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Mushroom 11 is a beautiful game with weird visuals and an interesting background at almost all It also has good music and an interesting creature to play Its immensely Lordy can physics based games be a

 
 

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