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DNF Duel (Dungeon N Fighter Duel) 2022 Review
It’s difficult to avoid noticing the similarities between DNF Duel (Dungeon N Fighter Duel) and Granblue Fantasy Versus from 2020: they’re both 2D fighters made by Arc System Works, they’re both based on a series that is enormously popular abroad but less well-known in North America (in this case, Dungeon Fighter Online), and most importantly,...
Capcom Fighting Collection 2022 Review
Capcom Fighting collection is perhaps the publisher most closely associated with fighting video games. Capcom has been a cornerstone of the genre from the start, dominating arcades and eventually taking over our home consoles with Street Fighter II. Then there is the Capcom Fighting Collection, a ten-game collection with a high level of polish that...
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes 2022 Useful Review
The action game Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes takes things further than ever by incorporating all the elements of the strategy genre that I enjoy outside of the turn-based gameplay. Systems, menus, and perk trees all competing for your attention result in a large, crammed game. However, nothing alters the reality that Three Hopes is...
Starship Troopers Terran Command 2022: Novel Review
A lot of space troopers died horribly in the 1997 film adaptation of Starship Troopers to highlight how having a whole civilization built on joining in the military to go fight aliens is rather horrible, actually. So it’s strange that I didn’t lose a trooper for at least half of Starship Troopers: Terran Command’s 19-mission...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge 2022 Review
It’s quite evident that the creators at Tribute Games have a similar affection for the 90s TMNT beat-em-ups. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge pays homage to the iconic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade game from 1989, as well as the 1991 film Turtles in Time. Most importantly, it turns the arcade quarter-munching battle concept...
Stardew Valley 2022: The Comprehensive Board Game Review
Since its debut in 2016, the farming and socialising simulator Stardew Valley has sold over 20 million copies across a range of platforms. It’s a shoo-in for a cooperative board game adaptation, with its combination of resource generation and strategic building, and now we have one, courtesy of ConcernedApe, the same publisher as the video...
The 10 Best Board Game Apps for the iPad
In this article, we will learn about the Best Board Game Apps for the iPad as games are likely to be one of the most universally shared pastimes throughout civilizations. We utilised rocks, sticks, and balls in ancient times; in modern times, we use iPads. Your iPad won’t live for another 5,000 years, but if...
Hardspace Shipbreaker 2022: Novel Review
Hardspace Shipbreaker does a good job of allowing us to slice up these massive space turkeys and cover them in thick blue collar gravy like it’s Thanksgiving every day, but it gets old after a while. It’s one thing to blow up a spaceship it’s quite another to deconstruct it piece by piece, reducing it...
Kao the Kangaroo 2022: Best Review
Kao the Kangaroo brought back memories of why I fell in love with 3D platformers on the N64. While I miss the Dreamcast-exclusive original, I was startled by how familiar this revival of the 22-year-old series felt, even if the resurrected Kao doesn’t attempt to hide how it’s influenced by other current platformers to offer...
Vampire The Masquerade – Swansong 2022 Useful Review
Imagine compressing the gothic open world of 2004’s Vampire The Masquerade – Bloodlines into an RPG that is far slower and more deliberate in its execution, dousing it with the same variety of linear, character-driven storytelling popularised by Telltale’s The Walking Dead series, and finally handing it off to receive one final blood injection from...
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