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Feb
24
2017

HITMAN – The Complete First Season Review

Agent 47 has completed his first full season in 2016’s self titled game HITMAN. With 6 maps, loads of equipment, a variety of costumes, and many ways to play, HITMAN is filled to the brim with content. I came away amazed by the game and can not recommend it enough to anyone. With the first season pressed onto a disc, I think it’s time I finally gave some of my thoughts on this sneaky assassin’s newest venture.

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Feb
14
2017
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Feb
08
2017

Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle Review

I’ve been waiting a long time for a decent Mighty Morphin Power Rangers game. You’d think the property would be ripe for a good beat’em up. 5 heroes (6 if you include Tommy) fighting a bunch of generic bad guys, eventually fighting a bigger more elaborate bad guy, then a grander battle with said bad guy. Doesn’t that sound like every beat’em up ever made? It’s not for a lack of trying though, through many releases on the SNES and Genesis, us 90’s kids got a taste of what a good Power Rangers game could be. Enter 2017 and Bamtang indulges us with a multicolored nostalgia treat. It’s unfortunate that it tastes more like sour candy – not everyone likes it, but those who do will find it enjoyable.

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Feb
07
2017
Dec
29
2016

Ed Acosta’s Top 10 Games of 2016

Ed has been hard at work planning a wedding, but in the meantime, has found time for some games this year. He’s planted and harvested in Stardew Valley, cooking under pressure in Overcooked, and what else? Well, you’re just gonna have to see where these games shook out on his list.

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Dec
23
2016

Necropolis Review

I’m not sure exactly how I feel about this game. I like the fact its combat is very Dark Souls-esque. It requires timing and some strategy. But I don’t particularly enjoy losing all my progress upon death. This game walks this weird line where I want to enjoy it but I also want to hate it.

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