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Chuchel formula of excellent sentiment

Posted: April 30, 2018 at 9:29 am   /   Action, Casual Games, Indie game, Reviews

CHUCHEL REVIEW While somewhere far away in space, huge snags fly, a small black lump of wool in a red cap peacefully snuffles in his box. So begins Chuchel from the Czech studio Amanita Design, which gave us wonderful and, as they say, soul games: Samorost, Machinarium and Botanicula. Chuchel is the second game of Jaromir […]

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Super Time Force

Posted: September 8, 2017 at 4:49 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Casual Games, PC Games, Reviews

On the passage of the level in the Super Time Force is given minute. This is too little, so if you suddenly died, spent limit or you just need help, you can rewind time back to won back any second and paste on her new fighter. He will fight with clone invulnerable hero, whom you have played […]

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Hands On with Overwatch Team Deathmatch and the new Roadhog buff

Posted: August 16, 2017 at 3:16 pm   /   Action, Casual Games, Competitive, Online Games, PC Games

The latest Overwatch PTR patch saw some much-needed changes to a few heroes of the likes of Widowmaker, Junkrat, Orisa, and Roadhog. These changes could put these heroes in a much better place in the game and hopefully, for a few of them they would help them from being labelled a “Troll Pick”.These changes have […]

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Why Gamers Should Stop Caring About Hard Mode

Posted: August 4, 2017 at 4:09 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Casual Games, Competitive, PC Games

With recent Nintendo trends, higher game difficulties, or ‘Hard Mode’, have seen a downgrade in priority. The trend of omitting a hard mode or putting it behind some type of paywall has angered many fans, including our own Editor-in-Chief Shaun Kelly. While Nintendo is starting to get a bit flippant about locking content behind scarce Amiibos, […]

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Overview Redeemer. Study in awkward tones

Posted: August 1, 2017 at 4:27 pm   /   Action, Casual Games, Graphic Adventures

Redeemer – the child of a long love for computer games. To carry out the desire, a dream game that domestic staff Sobaka Studio hatched, according to the head of development, still at school. Good, even light motivation. Inspirational. Taking the examples to follow both classic bitemapy like Battletoads , and newfangled fighters like Hotline Miami and Batman from Rocksteady , Sobaka Studio is bent to create the hurricane […]

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game – guide novice

Posted: July 25, 2017 at 5:43 pm   /   Board game / Card game, Casual Games, Competitive

Most recently, on May 24 on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 launched a public beta test of a collectible card game (TCG) Gwent: the Game of The Card of Witcher. This is probably the only game that against the backdrop of a huge number of CCT emerging now will compete with the Almighty Hearthstone by Blizzard. The […]

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THE BACKLOG | ENTRY #16: ON REMASTERS

Posted: July 24, 2017 at 7:21 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Casual Games

Quick question: How many games do you own multiple copies of?It’s a question I thought about this past week as I started playing Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. I already own Final Fantasy XII on PS2, though I have never finished it and I do not own a working console to play it on at the moment, […]

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Superhot VR Review | Super Annoying Tracking Problems

Posted: July 23, 2017 at 7:11 pm   /   Action, Casual Games, Reviews

Superhot debuted back in February of last year, the slow motion mechanic pair with movement was revolutionary and taught players to slow down in order to progress quickly. The story was peppered through a chat window and this eventually leads to some hints at VR. So you’d imagine Superhot VR was simply a remake of […]

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Play of the Fortnight: Overwatch as an Accessible FPS Game

Posted: July 23, 2017 at 6:56 pm   /   Action, Casual Games

Overwatch is a unique first person shooter. It serves as an accessible FPS game for people who have never played a shooter before, as well as being a game loved by many hardcore FPS players. How has Blizzard managed to provide a gaming experience that welcomes both hardcore and casual players alike without making either […]

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