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How to beat all the Bosses in Hyper Light Drifter [Boss Guide]

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Hyper light drifter is a delightful yet punishing action RPG developed by Heart Machine which debuted back in 2016. Since its release, fans have not been able to get enough of the games incredibly beautiful pixel art design and high action “The Legend of Zelda on crack” style of gameplay. If you’re playing through Hyper Light Drifter right now…

Haque Game Trailer [2017] – SuperTry Studios

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Haque is a fantasy rogue-like dungeon crawler rpg with an interestingly pixelated game design. The games successful Kickstarter generated over $6k and was published on Feb 23rd 2016. Haque takes elements from old school rpgs like Shining Force and adds roguelike elements for unlimited replay ability. Through tactical turn-based battles players will grind through dungeons full of…

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…

Dead Cells Review: Rinse, Repeat, Roguevania

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You can tell a game is amazing when you have a hard time putting it down, continually making excuses for “just one more round,” or sitting down to play a match or two and suddenly it’s midnight. Dead Cells is the first game in a long time that had me staying up well past my bedtime constantly looking at…

Bloody Walls Review: Paint The Town Red

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Remember the days of video games past that didn’t hold your hand? Those games that failed to give you a tutorial mode or even really explain what the game was all about? The intense gameplay that was characterized by an onslaught of enemies that could insta-kill you just by invading your personal bubble? Aside from Dark Souls, few games…

Depth of Extinction Demo Review

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They say that electronics and water don’t mix, but this is an exception. Depth of Extinction is a turn-based RPG with some rogue-like elements. This game is currently in beta, but you can download what is probably the most generous demo I’ve ever played. The six hour long mini campaign really shows a lot of promise for the full…

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