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Mortal Shell Review

There couldn't be any better time for Souls-Like games to shine than years 2020 - 21 as for a couple of years nothing more than a remake of Demon Souls came out as a big title on the market, and that's where Mortal Shell took the opportunity to shine. And boy it does, slightly too much sometimes due to overdone reflections, but yeah - it shines bright! This fresh take on the action-RPG Souls genre, brought by a Cold Symmetry studio, will put your patience to the test on every single step you take. Using the ability to possess old, defeated champions

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Fort Triumph Review

Do you miss the good old Heroes of Might and Magic as much as I do? Or maybe you've played XCOM recently, and you're looking for more of its combat style? Then that's the best one you can find today! Fort Triumph is a bit of a mix between both mentioned games, being a classy strategy game with world exploration and RPG elements, in a weird way adding the specific XCOM combat style, it creates a pretty refreshing approach to the style. Need to warn you though, I'm not much of a hothead with this type of games, so some stuff

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Neversong Review

Neversong. Absolutely did not expect THAT. On a first sight, your average, runny jumpy platformer. Got to admit, first 20 minutes I wasn't sure if I will even finish this game, but once you grab onto the story, once you realize how simple yet perfect the background music is, that's where it gets good.It's an ambitious recreation of an old online flash game Coma, made by Thomas Brush (Atmos Games), that absolutely exploded on Kickstarter. Once the potential for something more was noticed in that little 15 minute game, that's where Neversong started to form. First thing you notice after beginning

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100th Oculus Quest Game Review Special!

Well, we’re finally here people, this article features ten more Oculus Quest game reviews, the last being our ONE-HUNDREDTH review! We’ve played, tested and reviewed 100 different VR games over the last few years, starting with Oculus Quest launch titles & ending by exclusively reviewing titles played on the Oculus Quest 2.Scroll to the bottom for links to all our previous Quest review articles and a little insight into what to expect next from us.Let’s start in alphabetical order, simply ‘cause it's prettier…CrashlandWe fully expected an official Oculus Rift release of Crashland before getting a Quest version, but we’re not complaining. Many

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BOSSGARD Review

Did you and your friends ran out of co-op titles because of all those lockdowns? Or maybe you finally want to show everyone who's the boss (actually, here you can be)? Bored out of your mind and no one to play with? BOSSGARD got you covered on all fronts! This weird mix of Vikings, cartoons and couple drops of a crazy child imagination might pull you in just right for hours of fun, all accompanied by a wide spectrum of hymns, K-pop and hardbass in the background.Coming from Sand Sailor Studio, a small team of 8 Bucharest indie devs, the idea

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