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EAS End of Summer Showcase Unveils 14 Games

Summer Ends With a Bang Thanks to Eastasiasoft   It may be hard to believe some days, but Summer is nearly over. Sure, it’s hard to tell when the…

Feel The Waves With New Aqua Shift Xbox Controller

Special Edition Available For Pre-Order Today If you’re like me at all, you may not need any more controllers. I have a bad habit of buying any color I…

Girls’ Frontline August 3rd Maintenance Update

Girls’ Frontline August 3rd Maintenance Update Greetings Commanders, today we’re going over the August 3rd Maintenance Update for Girls’ Frontline. We’ll be covering some banner updates, some newcomers to…

SkateBIRD Delayed To September: Blame The Bird

Birds And Computers Don’t Mix With all the recent delays, one more shouldn’t come as a shock. Still, with only a couple of weeks to go, it’s a shame…

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Hades Reigns Over August Game Pass Titles

Or Maybe You Want To Solve A Puzzle Microsoft’s reveal this morning of their first August Game Pass titles has some treats in store for any player. With day…

Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! Physical Release Delayed

You’ll Have To Wait A Little Longer Publisher Serenity Forge released Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! back in June to a great deal of acclaim. My own 4.5/5 review…

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Nier: Automata Highlights A Quiet Month For PlayStation Now

Not A Lot Of Games, But Good Ones Three exciting new games will join PlayStation Now in August. While that may not feel like a lot compared to some…

ConnecTank Blasts Off for Console and PC on September 28

Who will rule New Pangea?     Natsume and YummyYummyTummy have announced that ConnecTank is quickly rolling toward a release date. A 2D action-adventure game developed by YummyYummyTummy, ConnecTank combines tank…

Labyrinth City

Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective Review (Switch)

Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective Review: Meet the Maze Master     I need to start my review by stating that I’m not intimately familiar with Pierre’s literary…

Unbound: Worlds Apart Review (Switch)

Unbound: Worlds Apart Review: Out Of This World   It may be hard to believe, but it’s been nearly 25 years since Castlevania: Symphony of the Night was released…

Omno Review (Xbox One)

Omno Review: Perfect For Game Pass There are certain games that Game Pass really puts into a new context. Games which I might less enthusiastically recommend spending a lot…

Cris Tales Review (Switch)

Cris Tales Review: A time-honored tradition     Video games about time travel are kind of like peanut butter & jelly sandwiches; they go together well, and a lot…

The Forgotten City

The Forgotten City Review (PC)

Felicem Diem Marmota monaxi! Every once in a while, a game comes along that feels bigger than it really is — impossibly vast despite its fixed map, deeper than…

Microsoft Flight Simulator Review (Xbox Series X)

Take Flight I’ve only been to San Francisco once. It was almost a decade ago, and I was only there briefly; I flew into the airport there on a…

Genshin Impact Thunder Sojourn Event Guide

Genshin Impact Thunder Sojourn Event Guide Greetings, Travelers. Welcome to a guide for the Thunder Sojourn event! This one’s got four stages to it, and with the fourth one…

How To Defeat The Guardian In Eldest Souls

The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall – How To Defeat The Guardian In Eldest Souls   Congratulations, you’ve made it through Eldest Souls‘ tutorial fight with the…

How To Defeat Eos, God Of Unity In Eldest Souls

Having A Ball – How To Defeat Eos, God of Unity in Eldest Souls Found slumbering in a shrine in the northwest corner of The Crossroads, Eos, God of…

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Blaster Master Zero 3 – How to Access the True Ending

Triggering Blaster Master Zero 3’s True Ending Takes a Little Out-of-the-Box Thinking   Blaster Master Zero 3 is finally here! As such, it’s time to grab our controllers and…

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The Pipeline Of Original Nintendo Titles Is Broken

A History Of Split Support From 1989 until 2017, Nintendo actively supported at least two platforms at all times. While they’ve always maintained a foothold in the home console…

Igarashi Olympics

This Olympic Athlete Looks Suspiciously Like a Certain Final Fantasy Protagonist

Listen to my story… The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 have been making headlines for a slew of wild stories — from history-making turn of events like The Philippines’ first…

Nintendo Download for 7/29/21

Locked & Loaded with the Nintendo Download for 7/29/21   Well folks, the Nintendo Download for 7/29/21 is a bit calmer than last week. But there’s still plenty to…

Nintendo Download for 7/22/21

July Is Heating Up in the Nintendo Download for 7/22/21!   It’s fitting that as July wraps up, the Nintendo Download goes big. While it’s true there’s another Nintendo…

Gigapocalypse is a Chaotic Rampage-like

Lots of Rampage Energy in Gigapocalypse   As one of those ancient gamers that grew up in the 80s, I’m rather fond of arcades. Back in the day, those…

Dice Legacy Is A “Roll-Playing” Roguelike Where The Dice Have A Life Of Their Own

In Dice Legacy, instead of the dice being rolled to resolve encounters, the dice represent people who can get sick, have children and die.

Lemnis Gate Is A Lot To Wrap Your Mind Around

Four Dimensions Of Strategy Lemnis Gate isn’t an easy game to just pick up and play. This new time-loop strategy shooter from Ratloop Games Canada asks a lot of…

powerwash simulator

PowerWash Simulator Teaches Pressure-Free Task Management Skills

Powerwash your problems away! What makes powerwashing so incredibly satisfying? Some say it’s the simple act of taking a seriously dirty item, like a car or driveway, and making…

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Review

It’s Like Watching A Resident Evil Game    When Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness was announced there really wasn’t a whole lot of TV being publicized at the time. So…

Batwoman Season 2: Power Review

This Isn’t America’s Funniest Pets   Well, I pretty much deduced properly last week that the season finale of Batwoman wasn’t going to be as good as the previous…

The World Ends With You Anime Review

It’s a Wonderful World     It is such a blessing in disguise that Square Enix has finally decided to bring back to light the fantastic JRPG The World…

Batwoman Season 2: Kane, Kate Review

Kate’s Not Okay   I’m just gonna be honest – this was the best Batwoman of the season. I had felt a similar sensation various times earlier this season,…

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