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[Preview] Ariel – Making Walking in Space Less Enjoyable than Walking IRL

In PC, Previews by Benjamin Gee

If being stranded on a moon, surrounded by remnants of ominous scientific experimentation, and escaping adverse weather conditions and alien lifeforms while maintaining a healthy diet of grape soda and candy coated peanuts seems like an exciting adventure, Ariel would beg to differ.

Benjamin Gee[Preview] Ariel – Making Walking in Space Less Enjoyable than Walking IRL
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[Preview] Brawlout Has Potential,

In PC, Previews, PS4, Xbox One by Gabriel Macias

I had very high hopes for Brawlout because I am an avid fan of fighting games, specifically for the intense action and crazy competition they bring. At the stage of development the game is in right now, I feel as if it just doesn’t have that magic that most fighting games have yet. There are just way too many flaws and …

Gabriel Macias[Preview] Brawlout Has Potential,
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[Preview] Monsters and Monocles – Tally Ho Old Chap…

In Previews by Aaron Lay

Monsters, monocles, teapots, jeez… I’d like some more of this game please. Just a little bit of a horrible rhyme I couldn’t resist…  But it does relate to how I feel about this game.   It was fun.

Aaron Lay[Preview] Monsters and Monocles – Tally Ho Old Chap…
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[Preview] Beat Cop – Laying Down The Law, One Ticket At A Time

In Previews by Aaron Lay

The year is sometime in the 1980’s. You are Jack Kelly. Fallen detective framed for murder, being demoted to a “Beat Cop,” now assigned to patrol the streets of Brooklyn. Amidst the hate from your fellow cops, your money vampire of a wife, the mafia ordering your head on a plate, and your sworn duty to uphold the law, you …

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[Preview] System Shock Remastered – A Blast From the Past

In PC, Previews, Xbox One by Aaron Lay

Crowdfunding can be a wonderful way to help bring projects to life.  Various entrepreneurs who have very little resources can reach out to the internet, asking various people who have an interest in their idea/potential product to life, these investors or “backers” have helped bring many projects to life.  More practical and worthwhile ideas such as the Pebble smart watch, …

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[Game Preview] Kidnapped (PC) – The Spookening

In PC, Previews by Chris Ramos

Most horror games these days are starting to rely heavily on jump scares and frankly it’s starting to feel old and cheap . The redundant jump scare is being over-saturated and slowly killing the horror genre, but few games are doing their best to stand out from the cliche, and Kidnapped is definitely one trying to go above and beyond. …

Chris Ramos[Game Preview] Kidnapped (PC) – The Spookening
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[Game Preview] Rising Thunder (PC) – A Game Where All are Welcome

In Previews by Davis Fan

It’s a generally accepted idea that those who create games are not necessarily the same people who excel at them. However, it does make us wonder if the converse would make for an ideal game. Enter Rising Thunder, a new F2P fighting game from the Tom Cannon, Tony Cannon, and Seth Killian, three previously competitive fighting game players and all big …

Davis Fan[Game Preview] Rising Thunder (PC) – A Game Where All are Welcome