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March 21, 2018 - First-person puzzlers are fairly uncommon in the indie gaming realm so find out if QUBE 2 can scratch your itch to solve clever puzzles.
Read more: Q.U.B.E. 2 Review
A 2D platformer with Duke Nukem's attitude
March 8, 2018 - Following a successful 2016 Kickstarter campaign and subsequent Steam release, Rad Rodgers finally blasts its way onto home consoles.
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A self-harm sandbox
March 6, 2018 - Suicide Guy answers the question of what really happens when you die in a dream.
Read more: Suicide Guy Review
Welcome... to Jurassic Park!
March 2, 2018 - The masters of adapting franchises into virtual pinball form are back with three new tables based on everyone's favorite dinosaur movies.
Read more: Pinball FX3: Jurassic World Pinball Table Pack Breakdown
A rube with attitude
February 26, 2018 - Developer CremaGames blends retro first-person shooting with roguelike elements to create a mostly enjoyable hillbilly adventure.
Read more: Immortal Redneck Review
A bit of a Drag
February 19, 2018 - Dragon Sinker's retro art style will immediately appeal to anyone who's fond of the original 8-bit Dragon Quest games. However, does this old-school RPG sink or swim?
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Embracing the grind
February 9, 2018 - As I approach hour 50 of Monster Hunter: World, there's still much to do. This is a game that just keeps on giving and if it gets its hooks into you, you'll be able to enjoy hundreds of hours of monster hunting entertainment.
Read more: Monster Hunter: World Review
Hold on for dear life!
February 9, 2018 - 2017 saw a couple of amazing remastered PS2 classics and 2018 just ushered in another one. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age and Okami HD may be incredible yet not to be outdone, here's a completely remastered Shadow of the Colossus.
Read more: Shadow of the Colossus Review
Digging in its claws
February 8, 2018 - After a bit of a slow start, this newbie is starting to finally understand the monster hunting craze. Monster Hunter: World is a massive game both in its explorable regions and in the overall scope of what you can do. While this grandiose size can be intimidating to those new to the series, I'm finding the game becoming more accessible as I progress.
Read more: Monster Hunter World Impressions: Part 2
February 5, 2018 - Wryn is back to defend her title as The Greatest Hero of All Time. If you played Bleed last year, you'll know that it's a fast-paced, side-scrolling shooter. Bleed 2 plays exactly the same and will remind gamers of retro classics like Mega Man, Metal Slug, and Contra.
Read more: Bleed 2 Review
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