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Heavy Metal Machines Review

Heavy Metal Machines Review

Before you get too bored, Heavy Metal Machines is free to play and just launched, so download it! Before Blizzard made billions of dollars with hit games like Warcraft, Starcraft, WoW, Hearthstone, Overwatch ... am I forgetting any? Doesn't matter, the important thing is BEFORE all that they made one of the greatest, nay, THE greatest racing game ever to grace this blue marble we call home: Rock N' Roll Racing.  This opening screen tells you all you need to know about the game: Cars, Guns, Guitars. It had a sequel which wasn't any good, which was made by Interplay...

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Double Dragon 4 Review

Double Dragon 4 Review

Last week we took a look at all the awesome retro games coming out in 2017, so I figured I should grab one and give you all the first review of the new year! Of course being the old man that I am, I naturally migrated directly towards Double Dragon IV. Even though the steam reviews were mixed I decided to press forward anyway (for science of course). Upon installing and starting up the game I was met with retro glory, as the 8 bit half Japanese, half English main menu lit up my monitor and the amazing throwback beats...

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Pokemon Sun & Moon Review

Pokemon Sun & Moon Review

Pokemon Sun & Moon are the newest releases for the Nintendo 3DS in the Pokemon Saga, and with it comes a laundry list of new features, a new world, and a great mix of new and classic Pokemon. From the beginning you can tell this is not going to be the Pokemon you are used to, although you do start off in your house ready to go meet the professor. From there everything begins to change. You begin to learn about Totem Pokemon and z-moves, which we'll get back to in a bit, but at this point I realized I...

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Civilization 6 Review

Civilization 6 Review

In 1993 I finally convinced my dad to upgrade our 286 PC to a 386 by finding a deal on a used at a local PC repair shop. Apparently they sold it to us without wiping the hard drive and one of the items installed on it was a game called Civilization. I’ve been hooked over since. 23 years later Civ 6 launches and I spent my weekend digging in, forgoing both shower and healthy food like a true gamer in order to determine if this iteration with “Stand the test of time.” When I finally unstuck myself from my...

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Battlerite Righting Wrongs

Battlerite Righting Wrongs

In the office we have no shortage of MOBA fans, particularly DOTA2 players. I make no bones about the fact I am not one of them. So when Battlerite hit the scene I was skeptical, but I wanted to confirm a theory I had about why I disliked MOBAs. My theory was it was my intense dislike for creep farming and memorizing complex purchasing and power decisions. Battlerite, for those that don’t know, distills the MOBA combat formula down to its bare elements. Two teams of 2 or 3 players in one-death elimination rounds. After each round you get a...

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