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Warhammer: Chaosbane Review

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Warhammer: Chaosbane Review Share. Warhammer: Chaosbane can stand proudly alongside some of the best games to have used this setting. By TJ Hafer Holy crap, there’ve been a lot of Warhammer games lately! But few have been as good as Warhammer: Chaosbane. This action-RPG has it where it counts, with …

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Gato Roboto

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Gato Roboto While Gato Roboto could stand to be a more fleshed-out metroidvania game, it’s still a highly enjoyable action game overall. Kiki’s adventure is one chock full of classic NES-era action, nicely challenging combat, fun gameplay and charming visuals. It’s a short burst of action, but one you won’t …

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Kids Review – Standing Out By Blending In

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Kids Review – Standing Out By Blending In Kids doesn’t tell a story so much as it explores the concept of groupthink. As you manage larger and larger crowds of hand-drawn, faceless young people, you probably won’t piece together a coherent plot. However, its theme isn’t subtle; going along with …

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Dauntless Review

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Dauntless Review Share. If Monster Hunter were free-to-play it’d look a lot like this. By David Jagneaux If you stripped Monster Hunter down to its core components and redesigned it as a free-to-play (but not pay-to-win), online-only game, you’d get something very close to Dauntless. It takes most of the …

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Warhammer: Chaosbane

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Warhammer: Chaosbane Warhammer: Chaosbane takes place in a forgettable world, which is annoyingly repetitive, and has more than a handful of rough edges. Despite that, the arcade-like, fast-paced action it offers, as well as its fresh take on the genre’s standard classes, makes it easy to forget its flaws, especially …

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Gato Roboto Review – The Sincerest Form Of Flattery

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Gato Roboto Review – The Sincerest Form Of Flattery As soon as you start playing Gato Roboto, you know what kind of game you’re in for. From the moment you have control of Kiki (the “gato” from title), the action is clearly inspired by Metroid. The soundtrack, enemies, map, and …

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