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Solar power sure can pack a punch
October 25, 2014 - Truly unique racing experiences such as Race The Sun are becoming a rare sight in today's gaming market. Players will find it hard not to get hooked on the lightning fast gameplay that will put even the most hardcore gamers' reactions to the test.
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Get ready to not blink for a while
October 1, 2014 - Velocity 2X attempts to combine various 2D action genres and succeeds in doing so. Almost any gamer will find it hard not to get sucked in to the frantic action that this game delivers in every second of gameplay.
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This game may contain nuts
September 28, 2014 - While drawing inspiration from Pac-Man, Nutjitsu doesn't quite live up to the classic. Gamers won't be playing it for more than a couple of hours. However, it is still a fun little game for the short while that it lasts.
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Prepare to die in 2D
September 23, 2014 - With countless 2D indie action games to choose from, you can't go wrong with Rogue Legacy. It seamlessly blends RPG elements with hectic action and draws inspiration from games like Dark Souls and Symphony of the Night.
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Peggle's as addictive as ever
September 11, 2014 - Peggle had many gamers sent to rehab due to its addictive nature and its sequel is no different. Peggle 2 takes the basic Peggle formula and presents it in one beautiful package.
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Making zombie slaying fun again
August 25, 2014 - There are more zombie video games than there are zombies in a zombie video game. Unlike most zombie games, Dead Rising 3 doesn't take itself seriously as it utilizes a B movie plot and atmosphere which in turn make the game a lot of fun.
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Welcome to the land of twin stick shooter mediocrity
August 25, 2014 - Crimsonland is one of the first twin stick shooters to be available for PlayStation 4 although it was originally released for PC back in 2003. It's nice to have a new twin stick shooter on PlayStation 4, but as you play Crimsonland it's hard not to feel nostalgic for the much better counterparts that were released last generation.
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