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Jul
20
2017
Jul
19
2017

Iron Crypticle Review

Iron Crypticle is the enhanced and entirely overhauled version of Confused Pelican’s Iron Fisticle that released in 2014. Iron Fisticle was a game I very much enjoyed, but it was also hard as nails. Iron Crypticle eases up on that difficulty, just ever so slightly to be more accessible and enjoyable. While Iron Fisticle was limited to Steam for its release, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners get to experience the game now known as Iron Crypticle. The game doubles down on local co-op, lightens up on difficulty, and allows you to gorge on its music and visuals as you work your way through it.

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Jul
11
2017

Serial Cleaner Review

Serial Cleaner is a stealth game where you play a character whose sole purpose is to discretely clean up messes from murders and deals gone bad. And in doing so, must never get caught in the process. You wouldn’t think a stealth game where you have no offensive capabilities or weapons would work, but it totally does. And Serial Cleaner is a reverse Hotline Miami, which is an awesome thing to be.

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Jun
30
2017

Diablo III: Rise of the Necromancer Review

The Necromancer has been requested to be added to Diablo III, since before the game’s release in 2011 and the years that followed. As for the characters in the main roster of Diablo III, the Witch Doctor quite simply didn’t fill in the void when it was learned that the Necromancer would not be a playable character. Fast forward to 2017, and the Rise of the Necromancer Pack is here. The arrival signals concern as there’s no new quests to accompany the price of the character. The Necromancer is however, one of the best-playing caster classes in the game, and is incredibly powerful solo or in co-op.

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Jun
20
2017

Nex Machina Review

Nex Machina comes from the mind of Eugene Jarvis and Housemarque, both with incredible pedigrees on their own. Together, they started working on “Project Jarvis” several years ago, and this is the child borne from those ideas. The result is the best twin-stick shooter today. Nex Machina pays homage to games of the past that gave this inspiration, while using technology of today to influence the future of twin-stick shooters in all its voxel glory.

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Jun
14
2017
Jun
13
2017
Jun
12
2017

DiRT 4 Review

DiRT 4 has all the modes you expect to be present in a numbered DiRT game, but somewhere along the way, Codemasters didn’t give DiRT 4 a personality befitting for the series. Gone is the Instagram-filtered look and Mountain Dew spewing words from famous extreme sports celebrities of DiRT 2, and also gone are the slick and splashy menu transitions and career navigation of DiRT 3. Where DiRT 4 falls a bit short in presentation, it makes it up where it counts, in gameplay. DiRT 4 is without a doubt the best-feeling and playing game of the series.

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Jun
03
2017
Jun
02
2017

Tormentor ❌ Punisher Review

Tormentor❌Punisher is an extreme, top-down shooter that doesn’t give any fucks, and will gladly let you know it. This is like a more violent and brutal Smash TV. To say that Tormentor X Punisher is challenging, but there’s a nuance, and flow to TxP. Aside from a cartoon introduction that takes the playable character to Planet Fuck You, there’s little in the way of the action, which is at the forefront of what Tormentor X Punisher is – a non-stop thrillride of a top-down shooter.

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