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Now you're thinking with colors
August 16, 2017 - First-person puzzlers are always going to be compared to Portal but ChromaGun practically begs to be stacked up against Valve's classic.
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Note: gracefulness is entirely dependent on pilot skill
August 15, 2017 - Suit up and strap in for a colorful action-filled shooter with a really great name.
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2D action with a side of meta
August 15, 2017 - Self-referential video games can be quite entertaining if done right. Does Icey's action-intense campaign blend well with its meta narrative? Unsheathe your blade and let's find out.
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Fresh graphics, cool tunes, and a few new weapons
August 14, 2017 - Crazy tug-of-war battles are back in this sequel to one of the most interesting multiplayer combat games ever created. The question is; does Nidhogg 2 offer enough new content to warrant being a sequel?
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Passport, money, clean undies, selfie stick
August 14, 2017 - Goofy Mii characters created by fans usually appear as an afterthought dotted around random big name Nintendo titles. Miitopia aims to change this by putting the little guys in the spotlight within their own RPG adventure.
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Shoot 'em up action without delay
August 12, 2017 - It's hard not to be skeptical whenever newer versions of games release not too long after their initial debut. Sine Mora EX builds upon the original 2012 game but is it a shmup worth revisiting?
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Captain Olimar's 2D adventure
August 11, 2017 - Shigeru Miyamoto's much-celebrated strategic puzzle platformer series starring adorable living vegetables finally has a spin-off. However, does Hey! Pikmin translate the fun well to a two-dimensional space?
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A tactical action RPG that falls flat
August 10, 2017 - There has been a recent influx of indie RPGs yet few have captured what makes the genre special. Does Masquerada: Songs and Shadows have what it takes to stand out from the crowd?
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A strangely satisfying 2D gastrointestinal adventure
August 10, 2017 - Sliding around the insides of a giant worm definitely doesn't sound appealing as a game premise. However, Slime-san's odd and often disgusting tale is one that's hard to put down so let's get swallowed whole and check it out!
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Four games that still rock, man!
August 8, 2017 - It's great to see that some game developers still care about their catalog of retro titles. Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 offers an assortment of The Blue Bomber's later games but are they worth revisiting?
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