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[Game Review] Cities: Skylines (PC)

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The slow, grotesque execution of the SimCity series and Maxis game studios left many people without much hope when it came to the city building genre. It is within complete reason then, that many people that were once huge fans of the genre, such as myself, have drifted away from it. Cities: Skylines is here to change that. Seriously. Skylines …

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[Game Review] Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires

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Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires and the musou genre in general are a guilty pleasure of mine. If you dissected the gameplay, it pretty much contains a lot of things that I would normally complain about: the gameplay doesn’t require much skill at all, it becomes artificially difficult when raising the difficulty because enemies become damage sponges, and there isn’t much …

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[Game Review] Aaru’s Awakening (PC)

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Aaru’s Awakening is a 2D action adventure and puzzle platformer created by Lumenox Games. The game has a beautiful environment, where everything was basically hand drawn and it is displayed well. The level designs, monsters, menus, everything is just simply exotic. But just like everything else in life, there is always some drawbacks for something that is really pretty.

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[Game Review] Last Inua (PC)

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The Last Inua is a 2D platform adventure game made by Glowforth. It is a port from the Apple store and should have probably stayed there. The game plays like Limbo however it seems to focus more on the artistic visuals than on the gameplay.

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[Game Review] bit Dungeon II (PC)

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Steam has seen a large surge of roguelikes this year, and bit Dungeon II is one of those new titles. KintoGames states that the title is inspired by games such as Zelda, Diablo, and Dark Souls. While it may sound like a strange mishmash of genres, bit Dungeon II does feel as though all three of those games were thrown …

Eldon Tsan[Game Review] bit Dungeon II (PC)
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[Game Review] Craft The World (PC)

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Craft the World joins Minecraft and Terraria as the latest entry in the sandbox building genre that has become so popular lately. The open-endedness of such games seem to draw in a particular crowd, but as more and more of these games come out it’s harder for any one to stand out from the rest. Craft the World, however, manages to add some interesting mechanics …

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[Game Review] QP Shooting – Dangerous!! (PC)

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Many genres have seen their genesis on the island nation of Japan, but few can match the chaos of the bullet hell shooter. If you’re unfamiliar with the genre, they are basically old school shmups on steroids. The Japanese term, “Danmaku,” translates to “bullet curtain” due to the sheer amount of bullets that can be on-screen at once. They’re actually …

Kevin Kartanata[Game Review] QP Shooting – Dangerous!! (PC)