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Fashion Police Squad Review

Having a poor sense for all things chic and in vogue isn’t exactly a crime, but in Fashion Police Squad there is no absolution for bad taste. A retro shooter with its tongue firmly planted in the cheek, bullets in this one are but a process to make every enemy look positively stunning and cheerful. It’s intentionally silly, but somehow manages to make this intriguing concept of a clothing police engaging and fun for everyone, including lovers of meme culture.A Ravishing Shot at First-Person ShootersFashion Police Squad mixes the old with the new, with simple 3D for the locations and items,

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Spire of Glory Review

Spire of Glory is an unapologetic auto battler game, a genre often called auto chess as well. The main appeal of the genre rests on the diversity of the roster and the myriad of combinations that are designed to provide countless strategies and possibilities. The same could be said for Spire of Glory, although in a substantially smaller scale – here is a game that comes with meager content, enough for an hour or two of fun, and little more. This major flaw inflicts a devastating poisoning attack in a game that tries to add a cool twist into the mix,

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Project Downfall Review

What an adrenaline rush that is Project Downfall, a first-person action game that takes the old arcade style seen in Duke Nukem 3D and mixes it with new tech. This cyberpunk adventure will turn your pixelized face into a bloody pulp and encourage you to keep going, using every means at your disposal to eliminate the vast roster of criminals, addicts, mobsters, annoyed ex-girlfriends, and everyone else who stands in your way, sanity be damned. It’s John Wick but faster, grittier, and with a complete disregard for morality. The stuff that makes a great videogame, in short.John WickerWithout getting too deep

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Dave the Diver Review

Every now and then we stumble upon this hidden gem, a game that shows up with little to no fanfare, and quickly finds a way into our hearts. Dave the Diver is one of those somewhat rare events, a remarkable genre mix with all the ingredients to turn into a house fire, but instead delivers one of the finest dishes that any gamer with good taste will savor. The amazing pixel graphics help, but it’s the flood of ideas at work that turn it into a charming hit worthy of a Michelin star or two.Sushi ExtravaganzaDave the Diver threads into an

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The Tarnishing of Juxtia Review

With The Tarnishing of Juxtia, developer Actual Nerds and publisher Mastiff aim to deliver the definitive Dark Souls of 2D platformers, a Metroidvania that will test both your skills and nerves. It’s a hauntingly beautiful pixel-art platformer where each fight is a challenge, each enemy a potential nemesis that requires careful planning and impeccable timing to eliminate. Sadly, its great ambitions fall short due to a flaw that makes it all a tad too frustrating.Darkest SoulsThe story touches upon the traditional grim tale of a corrupting evil force and how you must help a Goddess battle this Tarnishing. Although there are

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