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A Tale of Pirates: A Dummy Mutiny Announced

Pirates are always a fun theme of entertainment. With A Tale of Pirates: A dummy Mutiny, you’ll be able to…

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H1Z1: Battle Royale Comes to Your Living Room

H1Z1: Battle Royale has been popular on PC for some time. In fact, before it was known as such, it…

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Exorcism and Black Metal in Priest

Throughout history, many people have claimed to have been part of an exorcism. Whether or not you believe in such…

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An Eye to the Virtual Scope in Sniper Rust VR

Having worked on everything from tiny indie titles to AAA fare, Zatun is a developer with a rich history and…

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Tokyo Ghoul: Dark War Comes Stateside

Tokyo Ghoul fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of the official Tokyo Ghoul mobile game, Tokyo Ghoul: Dark War.…

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PS4 Reviews

Dragon’s Crown Pro Review

A good side-scroller is a decent time killer at its worst and even better if it allows co-op play. While…

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The Norse Horror of Through the Woods

Released to praise for PC on October 27th, 2016, Through the Woods tells the tale of a mother searching for her son…

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ESO To Let Players Join the Psijic Order

The Elder Scrolls‘ Psijic Order has been a mysterious force throughout the franchise for some time. Now, with the upcoming Elder…

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Killing Floor VR Makes It To PSVR

Back in 2009, Tripwire Interactive, then known for their outstanding Red Orchestra series, released a first-person action-horror title named Killing Floor. Now, nearly…

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Get Handsy With TSA Frisky

Wacky first-person physics games never get old. Surgeon Simulator proved that years ago, and now Out There Entertainment, spring-boarding off of the…

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