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Flynn: Son of Crimson Preview: Please conserve the Red

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Either someone didn’t get the memo about the shortage of red pixels circulating the surreal memeverse, or the Son of Crimson is personally responsible. Much like the meme, red is your primary source of power in Flynn: Son of Crimson. I should clarify that by saying Flynn uses a set of blood-red powers to overcome obstacles and crush his…

Castle Agony: Hi-Fun, Lo-Fi Action

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First impressions for this Point-and-Click adventure! A dark, mysterious castle looms in the distance as you approach by carriage down a long road. Upon arrival, you learn of the many hidden dangers that are sure to meet you on the treacherous journey ahead. Sent with a mission from God, accompanied by your ever-faithful dog, embark on this journey against…
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Yume Nikki Defines a Genre Through the Pursuit of Abstract Storytelling

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Cult-classic Yume Nikki Returns After a Decade of Silence, to Showcases Once Again the Artistic Merit of Pixel Art Games in the Pursuit of Abstract Storytelling. I’ve always had a penchant for console games. I grew up playing them, starting with my dads NES and on to my own PlayStation’s and Xboxes, never really anticipating that I would ever…
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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…
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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…
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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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Fleshforward Demo Review: Resident Evil 2D Gone Wrong

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Editors Note: As of the date of this posting, this game is still currently in development. I’m a strong believer in subtlety. Games that give playful winks and nudges towards their inspiration are far more appealing than games who beat players over the head while shouting “do you get the reference?” In this case, Fleshforward tends to do the…

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