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[Review] Laser Disco Defenders – Bullet Hell Has Never Been So Groovy

In PC, Reviews, Vita by Benjamin GeeLeave a Comment

Laser Disco Defenders is vibrant, colorful and provides a type of masochistic pleasure only caused by a barrage lasers to the face. With perpetually ricocheting beams to dodge and avoid, players must maintain accuracy, speed, and awareness to survive their self-inflicted bullet hell.

Benjamin Gee[Review] Laser Disco Defenders – Bullet Hell Has Never Been So Groovy
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[Review] Clustertruck – A Trucking Fresh Platformer

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Clustertruck’s fast paced platforming, coupled with the intensity and variety of music, really puts this platformer above and beyond the competition. These factors, along with many others, such as creating a certain strategy from getting from start to finish, kept me glued to my computer. As awesome and exciting as this game was, it was so brutal at the same …

Gabriel Macias[Review] Clustertruck – A Trucking Fresh Platformer
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[Review] This is the Police (But I wish it was more than just that)

In PC, PS4, Reviews, Xbox One by Matthew BahkLeave a Comment

The police are view by the public in a variety of eyes. They can be defenders of peace and tranquility in your city. They can also be corrupt and selfish, only looking to politically advance in life. This is the Police allows you to choose how you want to run the police.

Matthew Bahk[Review] This is the Police (But I wish it was more than just that)
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[Review] Super Mutant Alien Assault – Not Your Average Arcade Shooter

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Super Mutant Alien Assault is definitely one of the most enjoyable games I have ever played combining the simple, yet pleasing 8-bit aesthetics with a nostalgic 2-D platform shooter. Oh yeah, the game also features a ridiculous amount of dub-step so there’s that if you’re into that kind of stuff.

Will Wong[Review] Super Mutant Alien Assault – Not Your Average Arcade Shooter
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[Review] Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII – The Thirteenth Time’s Almost the Charm

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Though one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature, Luo Guanzhong’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms is not exactly required reading in the US, yet many gaming titles based on it has made its way to stateside ranging from the polarizing Dynasty Warriors series to the sporadic mobile games that make use of both the popularity and copyright-free …

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[Review] JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven (PS4) – This Game has Been Forsaken

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Until recently, only relatively mainsteam anime have managed to receive stateside releases of their adaptations. Thanks to both the growth of anime and the somewhat cheaper costs of digital distribution, fans have been lucky enough to receive western releases of more niche anime titles. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is no exception; though the anime has a rabid fanbase, it can hardly …

Davis Fan[Review] JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven (PS4) – This Game has Been Forsaken