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Perception Games PC PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Perception Review

Perception developed by The Deep End Games is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Perception places you into the life of blind woman Cassie. Cassie has been having strange dreams about a place called Echo’s Bluff so decides to set out on a journey to discover why she’s having these dreams and why she feels she’s been called there. The unique twist about Perception is that Cassie being blind must use echolocation to figure her surroundings. The story interested me quite a bit while it’s a basic…

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IO Interactive Games News 

IO Interactive Has Become An Independent Studio

IO Interactive has come to an agreement in a meeting with Square Enix that they will be going independent and they will be taking the Hitman series with them. The statement features below: “I am proud to announce today that IOI is now officially an independent studio,” reads the statement. “We have successfully concluded our negotiations with Square Enix and have agreed to a management buyout. Crucially, we will keep all of the rights to the Hitman IP. “This is a watershed moment for IOI. As of today, we have…

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First Strike Final Hour Games PC Reviews 

First Strike Final Hour Review

Blindflug Studios are back with another new title and boy dragging myself off the game to do the review was a challenge in itself. First Strike Final Hour is an indie game in which you must nuke all the countries and be the only one left alive. A very simple premise but even though there is no story, you seem to be able to create your own by using your imagination. Trying to start it peaceful though didn’t work, Brazil tried to destroy me quite quickly, luckily I’d been saving…

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World of One Games Opinion PC 

World of One Indie Showcase

World of One, developed by Grimwood Team is a puzzle, arcade platformer that will be available on the PC soon. When I first launched World of One it felt like the game Limbo from the look and the feel, but after a few minutes, it evolved into a game of its own. You start off on a sphere that represents your home and town, at least that’s what I thought. Starting out in your hut the looming adventure is waiting outside the door and what an adventure I had. I…

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Lock's Quest Games PC PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Lock’s Quest PC Review – Decent Port If You Have a Controller

My Initial Thoughts Having never played Lock’s Quest on the Nintendo DS when it was first released, the idea of a real-time strategy/tower defense was an interesting idea. When I first loaded Lock’s Quest, I was amazed at the graphics. Pixel art has always been able to stay somewhat relevant no matter how far graphics have advanced, but with all of the art enhanced in HD, everything in Lock’s Quest looked great. I started up a new game with keyboard/mouse for controls. And that’s where my problems began. The keyboard/mouse…

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The Falconers Moonlight Games PC Reviews 

The Falconers Moonlight Indie Showcase

The Falconers Moonlight is an interactive story game developed by Bionic Penguin and published by Sekai Project and is now available on Steam. Below is a trailer:   The Falconers Moonlight is set in the 19th Century West Coast of New Zealand and Falconer Cassandra Winter is on her first solo mission. As a Falconer, you must investigate why the mist is taking victims but not become a victim yourself. Along the way, you will meet unsavoury characters that will attempt to impede your progress and you’ll find danger in…

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Nighthaw X-3000 Games PC Reviews 

NIGHTHAW-X3000 Review – Drugs, seizures and more drugs

An 80’s Drug-Induced Bullet hell If you’ve ever wanted to travel back in time and experience the drug crazed nightmare that was the 80’s, then you need to check out NIGHTHAW-X3000. NIGHTHAW-X3000 is an intense bullet hell with graphics and music based completely around the 80’s. With so many vibrant colors changing so rapidly, if you didn’t have seizures before, you will after the first few levels. Difficulty over 9000 With you needing to dodge an enemy every half second, the difficulty of NIGHTHAW is based around your reaction time….

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Constructor HD Games News Nintendo PC PlayStation Trailer Xbox 

Constructor Releases Two More Videos

System 3 has released two more videos in the lead up to the Constructor HD’s release and I am excited. The videos feature below: Thugs:   Ghosts:   System 3 are working to bring the classic Constructor back into 2017 with a new HD coat of paint and the rest of the undesirables are listed below: The Hippy –  They hold street parties, squat, or picket an opponent buildings. Killer Clown – All round dangerous individuals, causing havoc wherever they roam and are anything but funny! The Ghost – Scares…

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Abadon Guardians Rise Games News PC Xbox 

Abadon Guardians Rise Indie Showcase

Ummagumma Games have announced their first update of the year for their upcoming game Abadon: Guardians Rise which will be released on the Xbox One and PC. In the first update, a prototype for the in-game world map has been revealed. You can view the image below:   Abadon: Guardians Rise combines 2D platforming levels with a top down shoot em up world map section. This will blend two types of gameplay together to keep it fresh and new. In the world map, players will explore to find the location of the…

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Steampunk Syndicate Games PC Reviews 

Steampunk Syndicate – Better as a Mobile Game

Such a good idea Note: This was written before the update that was supposed to fix a few of the problems with Steampunk Syndicate I was looking through Steam’s upcoming games when I came across Steampunk Syndicate. Being a huge steampunk, tower defense and card game lover, I thought this game would be tons of fun and be a good time waster. Don’t get me wrong, it is, but it doesn’t do it all that well. When I first started the game, I was greeted by a crash. When it…

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