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Review: My Friend Pedro

My Friend Pedro is a ballistic game of skill, timing, reflexes, and, surprisingly, efficient time management. This new title from Swedish indie outfit DeadToast Entertainment falls under the highly-replayable score-attack genre, of which p...

 
 
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Review: Judgment

Watching a little old niche series like Yakuza rise to stardom was a wild thing to witness. Playing those silly games in my living room while Sega waffled on whether or not to localize them was a markedly different time: now it would b...

 
 
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Review: Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Bloodstained will probably live forever in the memory of those who backed it on Kickstarter. It was part of the "actually creators can rebuke publishers and do their own thing" era of the crowdfunding platform, alongside of projects like Mi...

 
 
 
 
 
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Luigi's Mansion 3 is a gooey good time on Nintendo Switch

Is there anything better than Luigi's scaredy-cat whimpers? Yeah, maybe – but not much! E3 2019 was my reminder that Luigi's Mansion is a good, wholesome, unlikely series worth supporting. This year, Nintendo's ghost-bustin' action-ad...

 
 
 
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Review: Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer

Music has always been a monumental part of Zelda's worldwide success. Nintendo even crafted an entire concert series out of its legacy. Crypt of the NecroDancer is a game that's literally all about music. It's a match made in heaven.

 
 
 
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Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition lives up to its title

Last year, Microsoft released a remaster of the original Age of Empires from seemingly nowhere. Titled the "Definitive Edition," the port scaled the graphics up to 4K resolution, included every campaign ever created for the title, and cle...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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No joke, Just Dance 2020 is coming to Nintendo Wii

It wouldn't be a Ubisoft E3 press conference without Just Dance. It just wouldn't. This year, we're onto Just Dance 2020, and oh my goodness it's still coming to Wii. I have to respect that commitment. You'll also be able to bust a move on ...

 
 




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My Friend Pedro"This shit is Bananas, B A N A N A S"

 

Judgment"Judgment Day"

 

Hearthstone: Rise of Shadows: The Dalaran Heist"Very possibly a new record for colons in an article title"

 

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Chris Moyse

Im utterly in love with Aubrey Plaza, but you aint getting me out to that Childs Play

 
indigit4l

My niece was born in TN, her mother in Mexico, & shes a straight A 12 year old student who we now hired a lawyer for because theyre both fighting deportation No idea if we can get DNA from her father, bc yeah, they are asking for Shit is

 
On Air Fish

Id be Hunting High And Low for that Pokemon!

 
Adzuken

I somehow made it through an entire review of Sin & Punishment: Star Successor without making fun of Isa Jos ridiculous thigh high

 
Flanx

I got my wish, shes

 
eastyy

Only just found out 2d Fighter Omen of Sorrow is out on PC (epic store though)

 
dephoenix

Now that Banjo & Kazooie are in Smash can Microsoft finally do something with the characters? Like, at least give them the same remake treatment that Crash and Spyro got recently? Also, can Sony do it for Ape Escape too?

 
Flegma

The Judgment I want to play is Castlevania Judgment -- it cant be too bad, if got here as good a score as Link Between (And I really *do* want to play Castlevania

 
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Alphadeus

Unstable (2019) - Trying to tackle a project Ive wanted to do for probably 4-5 years Its called Each track is supposed to represent a different aspect of the negative side of my

 
 

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