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Rocket Arena

Rocket Arena Rocket Arena has potential, it’s colorful and way more fast paced than its competitors, but at the moment the overall experience is flawed by balancing issues. Recommended if you love to be constantly under pressure and willing to forgive some game design mistakes common to every PvP in …

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Towaga: Among Shadows

Towaga: Among Shadows Towaga: Among Shadows admittedly looks fantastic, but it just isn’t enough to pull it out from the realms of mediocrity. Its gameplay doesn’t excite in the way that it should and it grows stale too quickly, so it’s a struggle to recommended it even at its modest …

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REZ PLZ

REZ PLZA puzzle platformer with a new twist on co-op and single player gameplay. Solve puzzles, platforming challenges, and encounter dangerous monsters and traps that require you to KILL and resurrect your brother to advance! Death is just part of the adventure. Publisher: Graffiti Games Release Date: Jul 15, 2020

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Creaks

Creaks Creaks renovates a well-worn genre, delivering one of the most satisfying indie puzzle-platformers in some time. Between its stunning visual and audio design, absorbing world, and perfectly-balanced puzzles, it’s hard to find serious fault with any part of this game’s construction. If you’re a fan of puzzles or Amanita …

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Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

Paper Mario: The Origami King Review With Paper Mario: The Origami King, developer Intelligent Systems has once again found a clever new angle from which to explore its spinoff papercraft universe, pitting Mario against an army of origami adversaries who are hell-bent on bringing him into their fold. It has …

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Paper Mario: The Origami King Review – Just Above The Fold

Paper Mario: The Origami King Review – Just Above The Fold When Paper Mario debuted on the N64, it took the turn-based RPG battles from Square’s Super Mario RPG and wrapped them around a clever papercraft aesthetic to create a wildly humorous adventure. Over the years, the Paper Mario series …

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