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Hunted: The Demon’s Forge PC Review


Hunted: The Demon’s Forge was released only moments before E3 2011. The LA Convention Center was already cleared out and ready to accept the world’s palest and most nimble-fingered, from the average Joe to the perpetually mucus dribbling nerd who knows far too much excessive information  about video games and hardware. A perfectly right time […]

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Puzzle Agent 2 PC Review


There are a few things dying in the video game landscape, one is point and click games and another are the puzzles in games. Sure there are the physic puzzles where you use momentum and such to traverse the world or the block puzzles which are not really puzzles if it shows you the answer […]

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Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood PC Review


I’m not a fan of westerns. In fact, I know nothing about them. My idea of the western is the stereotypical outlaw and sheriff showdown in front of the saloon in a desert set town.

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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings PC Review


In anticipation for The Witcher 2, I replayed the original to get acquainted with the little quirks that make up the game, that and I wanted to import my save file. So I replayed it and god did it feel good playing a game that didn’t follow the beaten path too much and once I […]

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The Witcher: Enhanced Edition PC Review


An epic tale where the fate of the world is in your hands right from the start. You play as an unknown hero and will travel across the land and bring down justified violence on monsters of all shapes and sizes for no other reason but because they are different and after this you go […]

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Rumble Fighter MMO Review


Peanut butter and jelly, Tom and Jerry, and red and blue all have something in common. The similarity between these three groups is how each of them are seemingly an odd couple. Yet, they compliment each other in order to create something benevolent. This exact statement is what you are getting with Rumble Fighter, but more less than expected.

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Dungeon Fighters MMO Review


Remember those glory days “older” readers out there? Those days where drinks didn’t cost much, fashion was still an experiment, and arcades ran rampant? If you do remember those times, then you probably remember games like Double Dragon and Final Fight.

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MapleStory MMO Review


It took the MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game) scene by storm. It has inspired many fan-based media, an anime series, a trading card game, and even commercials. Its F2P (Free to Play), P4F (Pay for Fun) system has received both praise and backlash.

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