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PS4/XB1 Review: Super Dungeon Bros

By: Jeff Cater Developed by React Games and published by Wired Productions LTD, Super Dungeon Bros is a four-player co-op dungeon romp that begins with a revelation of a backmasked record that unveils a secret set of dungeons and infinite … Continue reading

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PC Review: Doom & Destiny Advanced

By: Matthew Striplen Although Doom & Destiny Advanced touts itself as an “advanced” version of the first game, don’t let that fool you. D&DA bares many similarities to its predecessor, but it is an original game, complete with a brand … Continue reading

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XB1 Review: Kingdom: New Lands

Initially released on Steam in late 2015, Kingdom marked Raw Fury’s initial foray into the world of publishing. The game was well received, spawning the expanded version Kingdom: New Lands, which not only added new content but also had its reach increased by … Continue reading

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PS4 Review: Bard’s Gold

By: Jeff Cater Bard’s Gold is an infuriating side-scroller where you play as a bard wandering around a castle in an attempt to keep an evil spirit locked away. Developed by Pixel Lantern, Bard’s Gold looks and feels just like … Continue reading

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Wii U Review: Shantae: Half Genie Hero

By: Matthew Striplen Welcome back to the magical realm of Sequin Land! Let’s join Shantae on her next adventure through the wonderfully colorful and cartoonish world as she battles both fearsome and silly foes alike in Shantae: Half Genie Hero. … Continue reading

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