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Sunset Review

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In the fictional equatorial city of San Bavón, Anchuria, sunset is at 6pm year-round. Every day ends at exactly the same time – and in exactly the same way, at least for Angela Burnes. An American tourist trapped in a politically unstable foreign land, Angela has been hired by the …

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Homesick Review

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Note: Our video review can be viewed on our Youtube channel here! Ah, the “walking simulator” sub-genre. This emerging sub-genre has seen successes with releases such as Ethan Carter and missteps with other titles like Leviathan: The Old City. So in which group does Homesick belong? A little of both actually. It is not a failure …

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Metrocide First Impressions Review

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The first level. I dream to see a world beyond this game’s first level. Due to apparently having been given the cruel hand of fate’s repeated smack, that is still as far as I have gotten in Metrocide. I say this as someone who beat Dark Souls‘ first boss on …

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The Floor is Jelly Review

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The Floor is Jelly feels like an appropriate game to be reviewing right after The Old City: Leviathan. While The Old City tried its damnedest to be a piece of art and failed, The Floor is Jelly makes it look all too simple. The Floor is Jelly is not an …

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JUJU Review

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Before I start this review, I need to be clear about something pertaining to JUJU, the game which is the focus of this review. I am not the target audience for this game. If I had to wager, most of you reading are not the target audience either. JUJU is …

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The Old City: Leviathan Review

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What did I just spend two and a half hours playing? I’m not even sure if I could call it playing, considering all I really did was walk around, press the “E” key a few times, and jumped off a ledge once or twice. If you were not a fan …

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Assassin’s Creed: Rogue Review

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Everyone was insisting Assassin’s Creed: Unity was going to blow gamers away and finally be the first “truly next-gen” game. All anyone really was interested in hearing about was the latest iteration of the Assassin’s Creed series on the shiniest of consoles. Most people didn’t even see the trailers or …

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This War of Mine Review

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War. War may never change, but can our perspective of it in games change? How many games do we play as a participant of combat, mowing down countless masses of faceless foes? H***, it was not long ago that the newest Call of Duty title was released. Some games do …