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Temper Tantrum Review – It’s Not Even 100% Bad

So, Temper Tantrum is out on Steam, officially. This event makes it clear once more that store owner Valve isn’t closely looking at their submissions or they would have noticed developer Digital Homicide’s track record. The miniature arcade game is made by the same people who put Forsaken Uprising and The Slaughtering Grounds on Steam,…

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BlazeRush Review – You Should Probably Play This

Announcing a game out of the blue, only to release it with no traction, is a dangerous marketing tactic. That’s not the same as striking the iron while it’s hot; it’s throwing it out while it’s not. Despite its poor publicity campaign, BlazeRush is an arcade racer with a bite. Wobbly cars, explosive weapons and…

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Gigantic Army Review – Rudimentary Scope

The longer games go towards the future, the more its own little counterculture wants to cling to old values, such as Gigantic Army does for the 16-bit era. In nearly all fashion, its gritty look and feel exudes side-scrolling run and gun games of old, but not all of it is quite as timeless. It…

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Ballpoint Universe Review – Life On Paper

Despite many games probably starting on sketches, Ballpoint Universe is the first to transpose its idea to a game so literally. With an entire world made of doodles, there’s an atmosphere that feels so familiar for anyone who ever daydreamed with a pencil in hand. Enchantment from moving from place to place or blasting through…

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Deadfall Adventures Video Review – It Tries

You know we discussed Deadfall Adventures in some footage before, because we wanted to wait for the game to actually release, so we could discuss the multiplayer, before reviewing it. It looks like this wait was in vain, as you can see in this multiplayer clip below. Still, a review is a thing that we’re…