The bloodshed in Ruiner is hypnotic in its franticness. Managing three or four foes who are shooting and lashing out at you, dashing from enemy
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Warriors All Stars continues the proud run of ridiculous hack and slash Musou games, providing another heaping helping of hack and slash comfort food. This
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Alwa’s Awakening is a charming NES-style adventure, one that will relax players for many hours with its platforming magic powers and pretty pixelated countryside. At
Remothered: Tormented Fathers promises to be a frightening delight, judging from the private beta demo that was released a few days ago. Players take on
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