The Pedestrian Review – Walk Before You Run

It’s human nature to be curious about what seemingly mundane and inanimate things get up to while we’re not looking. Such thinking spawned mythos like fairies in people’s gardens, borrowers,…

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Through The Darkest Of Times Review – Enemy Inside The Gates

I push past a group of brownshirts threatening a Jewish shopkeeper. They’re holding placards that read “Don’t buy from the Jews!” and accusing the owner of being a parasite on…

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Kunai Review – Swinging Low

Metroid has inspired countless games, and they all balance aspects of the classic formula differently. Some are focused on the thrill of exploring sprawling maps, while others emphasize an arsenal…

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Luna: The Shadow Dust Review – A Beguiling Beauty

Luna: The Shadow Dust is visually enthralling. The opening sequence shows a boy falling from the sky and entering a twisted tower that is both exotic and magical thanks to…

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Kunai Review – Throwing Knives

Kunai’s premise is a familiar one. Humankind has reached the pinnacle of technological advancement and brought about their own downfall, inviting an army of AI-controlled robots to nearly wipe out…

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Legends of Runeterra Review – Colorful Card Combat

The free-to-play digital card game space is a constant battle for discovery and long-term viability. With Legends of Runeterra, Riot is entering a battlefield filled with numerous competitors. An amalgamation…

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