Skelattack review – the return of Konami

Konami has started publishing indie games and its first release works as a cross between Cuphead and Super Meat Boy. Ever since Konami ousted Hideo Kojima in 2015 they’ve become a figure of ridicule, and even hate, for many gamers, both those that remember their golden age during the 16-bit era and more modern classics such as Metal Gear Solid […]

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Fury Unleashed Review – Old-School Shooting With A Roguelike Bite

A run in Fury Unleashed often concludes with either you or a boss falling. This epic fight often comes down to both sides just having a sliver of health left. The spoils of victory are obviously greater than defeat, but even death can be rewarding, as every run potentially unlocks a new weapon, and perhaps enough experience points to level […]

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Deep Rock Galactic Review – Off To Work We Go

The great triumph of Deep Rock Galactic is transforming drudgery into something thrilling, repeatable, and fun. You work for a corporation that cares more about minor profits than your survival. You are sent into dark caves to hack away small quantities of minerals. And your rewards are paltry compared to the risk you face, squaring off against massive alien bugs […]

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Maneater Review – King Of The Sea

Seals dart playfully in the ocean waters as sunbathers crowd the beaches to relax in the golden sands. For the bull shark that lurks in the dark waters below, this idyllic scene is a lunch buffet. With an insatiable hunger driving its actions, the shark devours the seals and humans, turning the ocean and sands red. Nothing is safe from […]

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Maneater Review – King Of The Sea

Seals dart playfully in the ocean waters as sunbathers crowd the beaches to relax in the golden sands. For the bull shark that lurks in the dark waters below, this idyllic scene is a lunch buffet. With an insatiable hunger driving its actions, the shark devours the seals and humans, turning the ocean and sands red. Nothing is safe from […]

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Intel 10th Gen Review: The Core i9-10900K is indeed the world's fastest gaming CPU

Intel’s 10th gen Core i9-10900K is—without a doubt—exactly as Intel has described it: “the world’s fastest gaming CPU.” Intel’s problem has been weaknesses outside of gaming, and its overall performance value compared to AMD’s Ryzen 3000 chips. With the Core i9-10900K, Intel doesn’t appear to be eliminating that gap, but it could get close enough that you might not care. […]

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Streets Of Rage 4 review – no need to get angry

The classic Mega Drive series finally gets a new sequel, as the king of beat ‘em-ups returns with new characters and a new soundtrack. It’s taken 26 years but at last Streets Of Rage 4 is finally a reality – and it has almost nothing whatsoever to do with Sega. They’re neither developer nor publisher and while they’ve obviously licensed […]

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KOONGYA Draw Party Review: A Charmingly Punny Good Time

With the social distancing movement in full swing, gamers are relying now more than ever on virtual ways to connect with friends. The recently released KOONGYA Draw Party is a mobile game that does just that in the form of pun puzzles. Oh, and there are also some food emojis turned into kawaii creatures that cheer you on. Sound intriguing? From its […]

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