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Invisigun Heroes Review: Too Fast to be Seen with the Naked Eye

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What’s more difficult than shooting an invisible target? The answer lies in the unique gameplay of Invisigun Heroes, which conceals all heroes—including your own—in a stealthy game of PVP mayhem designed to make you think before you shoot. At first glance, Invisigun Heroes seems difficult to master. Each player-controlled character must navigate a single-screen arena in a battle to…

Died of Dysentery: 10 Important Lessons Learned on the Oregon Trail

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A sub-generation of gamers came into the world as Generation X began to fade and before the Millennials took center stage. In the transformative years between the mid-to-late 1970s and the early 80s, Xennial kids discovered the nation not with tablets and smartphones, but on monochrome monitors with the lingering threat of virtual dysentery. The Oregon Trail! I bet…

CRUSH.TV Early Access Review: An Exercise in Crushing Defeat

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One arena, two competitors, and hundreds of enemies equipped with swift and punishing ways to murder you. That’s the recipe for CRUSH.TV—one you may remember from early arcade games like Smash TV and Robotron: 2084. In fact, developer Salt & Pixel cites those two games as the specific inspiration for CRUSH.TV, a 2D shooter that is currently available in…

Fight Knight Demo: Put up your dukes for a high-speed dungeon brawl

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Fight Knight Demo Preview You’re faced with a monster, a puzzle, and a friendly NPC. Which one do you punch? If your answer is “all of the above,” Fight Knight may be the game for you. In Fight Knight, the player dons a pair of knight’s gauntlets and battles in a hectic grid-based, first-person dungeon crawl. Though it’s been…

Kingdom: New Lands Review

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Once you get the keys to the kingdom, it can be hard to let them go—and even harder to survive the challenges they will inevitably bring your way. Kingdom: New Lands is an extension of Kingdom, a side-scrolling strategy and survival game that earned a loyal indie following with its unforgiving yet addictive gameplay. New Lands adds a variety…

Midboss Review: Roguelike Dungeon Crawler of Possession

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Midboss Review With the sheer amount of games that are available to the masses these days, it’s really hard to recapture that sense of wonder and hilarity that we used to have with games of yesteryear. Sure, there are tons of titles that brag about their ability to take us back to the good ol’ days, but how many…

Streets of Rogue Review: They Let You Do What?

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by Albert Lim Streets of Rage, released in 1991 for Sega Genesis / Megadrive, was the story of badass cops who take to the streets, bringing the fight to the criminal syndicate which has thrown their city into chaos. The thing that really made it stand out for me was that you could choose to join the bad guys…

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