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Blood Breed (Sad Bad Retro-Inspired Survival Horror)

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Blood Breed (Sad Bad Retro-Inspired Survival Horror)

  The appeal of “retro” styled games has been in full swing for the last few years. Many gamers remember the good old days of survival horror and that’s where games like Blood Breed come in, an obvious throwback to PS1 horror from its blocky graphics, schlocky dialogue, and overall feeling of escaping over fighting. […]

Despot’s Game (Tiny Naked People Military Kill Game)

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Despot’s Game (Tiny Naked People Military Kill Game)

  Ooohhh here’s an interesting one, yeah. Been awhile since I played some cool strategy shit and this is some cool strategy shit in military style. In all my time playing first-person survival stuff, Despot’s Game was a welcome release, a break from the usual that is quite definitely a break I’d be willing to […]

Murder House (Retro Survival Horror)

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Murder House (Retro Survival Horror)

  Harkening back to the days of the original Sony PlayStation (PS1), Murder House lets you relive the glory days of survival horror titles like Clock Tower with its polygonal graphics, cheesy dialogue, and tank style controls. Where it surpasses its predecessors is in the sheer amount of violence/gore and its attention to detail within […]

Amid Evil (Retro Dark Fantasy Literally Slay FPS)

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Amid Evil (Retro Dark Fantasy Literally Slay FPS)

  Well now, though I’m technically late on this one, I received it late, because I asked late, and, well, you know how that goes. Yes, I suck. Actually I was interested in checking out another title by New Blood Interactive, their more recent Ultrakill, but once I saw this beauty I said now hold […]

Back 4 Blood (Multiplayer Zombie Slay Game with Cards for Some Reason)

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Back 4 Blood (Multiplayer Zombie Slay Game with Cards for Some Reason)

  It’s been over ten years since Left 4 Dead (L4D) invaded our homes with multiplayer, team-oriented zombie mayhem. Quite the successful IP, the franchise only had two games before seemingly disappearing forever. Well, if you were a fan, here’s a surprise. While this game technically isn’t Left 4 Dead 3, in spirit it totally […]

Ender Lilies (Tender Spirit Summoning Metroidvania Game)

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Ender Lilies (Tender Spirit Summoning Metroidvania Game)

  Beautiful, just beautiful. I’ve been picking at Ender Lilies for some time now, as I like to get the full feel of this type of game. You never know, they can start out strong, and finish as absolute trash due to weak mechanics and repetitive themes. But I doubted that from the beginning, and […]

Maid of Sker (Musically Inclined Survival Horror)

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Maid of Sker (Musically Inclined Survival Horror)

  Ohhh man. Ohhh noooo. Back in the gaming business, freaks. Sad because I got this one so long ago but RL stuff was holding me down. Anyway, so I can review games again, which take awhile, and first-person survival horror has always been a genre of choice of this guy, so Maid of Sker […]

Ghostrunner (Cyberpunk Head Removal Sword Game)

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Ghostrunner (Cyberpunk Head Removal Sword Game)

  Phew dang do I have a huge backlog of games to review. Here I am thinking I have all my serious life work pretty much done and then I convince myself I need to edit a textbook. Damn it. Well, I’ll have more time to play and stream in a few months, don’t worry, […]

Everhood (Retro Weirdo Boss Battle RPG)

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Everhood (Retro Weirdo Boss Battle RPG)

  Everhood is what happens when you bottle up an acid-trip run through Beatmania in a smoke-filled basement arcade and manufacture an NES cartridge out of the bottled essence. You take on the role of a one-armed doll engaging in dance battles with toads and ATMs that spit out little guitar hero buttons to dodge. […]

Unreal Life (Unearth Your Dead Memories Point-and-Click Sadness Game)

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Unreal Life (Unearth Your Dead Memories Point-and-Click Sadness Game)

  Ah, I just love finding games like this now and then. Such a relief and such a testament to the ingenuity of the indie market, but in particular those one-person insanity factories that just get it. Unreal Life was a random find by myself, ahem, that hopefully gets some more credit after this review, […]