REVIEW: SONG OF HORROR Episode 4

Song of Horror redeems itself in a big way after a lackluster third episode only to lose its newly built ...
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REVIEW: Death and Taxes

Greetings, Reaper, and welcome to the job. You are to decide the fate of mankind, one profile at a time ...
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REVIEW: Mokoko

Qix with boobies and a story. Well, sort of ...
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REVIEW: Another Eden: The Cat Beyond Time and Space (Mobile)

The Mobile Game Beyond Its Platform ...
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SNEAK PEEK: Disintegration

Bicycles with wings ...
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REVIEW: Giraffe and Annika

Shiny surface with rough insides ...
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REVIEW: Trials of Guinevere

An old-school style JRPG with some new approaches to the genre ...
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REVIEW: Battles For Spain

A nation is tearing itself apart, as Nationalists and Republican forces fight a bloody war ...
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REVIEW: Tropico 6: The Llama of Wall Street

Hello Tropico! El Presidente demands your attention for this important message so pay attention or else! It would really hurt ...
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REVIEW: ReversiQuest2

ReversiQuest2 is a pretty solid tactical JRPG that utilizes a unique battle system based on the board game Reversi (Othello) ...
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PREVIEW: Panzer Corps 2

The spiritual successor of Panzer General returns with a sequel that manages to make further improvements to an already outstanding ...
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PREVIEW: Cook, Serve, Delicious 3?!

One of my favorite indie franchises is back! ...
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REVIEW: Banner of the Maid

Oldschool SRPG meets an alternate French Revolution… now in English! ...
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REVIEW: Here Be Dragons

Here Be Dragons has a satisfying dice-based combat system. Unfortunately, it lacks a fully fleshed game behind to fully back ...
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