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Review: Inmost

Apple Arcade made a big splash day one, and I couldn't be happier. Tasked with killing a microtransaction/gacha-hungry monster it helped create, Apple is trying out the subscription model, and the best part is that every game is a premium r...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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I have but one humble request: Play Minit because it's free

I don't ask much of you. I'm not your parent, so I don't care whether you eat your veggies. I'm not your boss, so I don't care what time you roll out of bed. I'm just a guy who writes words on the internet, and then you get to decide whethe...

 
 
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Mobile RPG Dragon Quest of the Stars heading West in 2020

I'm eagerly awaiting Dragon Quest Walk, the next mobile game that'll pump me up to stroll around town, but today's Dragon Quest news concerns a different title, one that first made waves in 2015. Dragon Quest of the Stars is venturing outsi...

 
 
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Review: Hot Lava

Klei Entertainment is low key one of my favorite developers in the industry today. Even if they don't hit all their marks they aren't afraid to try anything new, and have tackled myriad genres like stealth platforming, survival, strategy, p...

 
 
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Review: Agent Intercept

Spy/thief/espionage fiction is a sweet spot for me. I could watch Ocean's movies ad nauseam, and even though Eon has no clue what to do with James Bond in the modern era, you better believe I'm there in theaters waiting to see if they ...

 
 
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Review: Sneaky Sasquatch

So far the Apple Arcade initiative has been an eclectic mix of indies, but with so many on offer it's very easy to miss those rare gems. Sneaky Sasquatch is one of those games you might scroll through on the way to a Shantae or an Exit...

 
 
 
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Review: Spidersaurs

WayForward sure as hell knows how to sell a game. With a cartoon intro that looks straight out of the '80s/early '90s as-is, downloading Spidersaurs on the Apple Arcade is an easy ask. It doesn't fully execute that lovely premise, but ...

 
 
 
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Review: Grindstone

When a puzzle game's central mechanic is seared in your mind to the extent that it vividly flashes before you every time you close your eyes, you know you've overdone it. That's precisely where I'm at right now with Capybara's new puzzler G...

 
 
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Review: Exit the Gungeon

It's hard to believe, but the relatively recent Enter the Gungeon is now officially a franchise. I mean it pretty much cemented itself as one once the arcade cabinet was unveiled at E3 this year, but now it's officially official with a clev...

 
 
 
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Fortnite is adding bots for lower-level players

For Fortnite players who find kills tough to come by, there's an easier opponent on the horizon. Epic Games finally plans to introduce a proper MMR system into Fortnite, and, in the case of less-skilled players, that means adding some ...

 
 
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Review: Rayman Mini

Rayman is one of those series that I'm glad never died. So many mascot platformers were unceremoniously killed off (seriously, where's my Jersey Devil and Aero the Acro-Bat remasters?), but Rayman endured, even with new ...

 
 
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Review: Shantae and the Seven Sirens Part 1

It's hard to believe that Shantae and the Seven Sirens is just...out on the Apple Arcade (kind of)! I mean Shantae games are an event at this point following the incredible second showing of Risky's Revenge. From Ga...

 
 
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Review: Shinsekai: Into the Depths

When Apple Arcade was first announced, I never expected to one day use the subscription service to play a deep-sea metroidvania game from Capcom. What a wild thought. Even now, it feels like a dream. Looking through the launch lineup, Apple...

 
 
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Review: Frogger in Toy Town

One of the most appealing facets of Apple Arcade is the idea that I can try before I buy. I know a lot of games these days come with demos, but usually those are extremely limited in how much you'll be able to see of the final product. With...

 
 
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Review: What the Golf?

What the Golf? is as good as I hoped it'd be, which is to say, "very." I'm honestly relieved! The game takes an otherworldly view of golf, twisting and turning a basic premise in increasingly outlandish ways not unlike something out of Wari...

 
 
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Downwell is free on Android

I shouldn't need to talk you into picking up a game as perfect as Downwell when it's free. Heck, you should probably already own it somewhere -- PC, Switch, PS4, mobile -- because it's only $3. But, $3 is $3, and free is free. For the ...

 
 
 




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Created a new character in Bloodborne to try and join the Return to Yharnum About 5 minutes in I realized any skills/interest I had in Souls games has apparently been transferred to wanking it

 
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Created a new character in Bloodborne to try and join the Return to Yharnam About 5 minutes in, I realized that any skills/interest I had in Souls games has apparently been transferred wholesale to Monster

 
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