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    Fate of the Gods: Dragon Slayer – Reviewed

    Fate of the Gods: Dragon Slayer – Reviewed By Pete Nolan-Smith Fate of the Gods: Dragon Slayer...

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    Enol Martinez Discusses Paradise Lost: First Contact

    Enol Martinez Discusses Paradise Lost: First Contact By Julie Morley I recently had the pleasure to ...

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    Choice Chamber – Previewed

    Power To The People In Choice Chamber By Julie Morley Do you remember when Twitch played Pokémon? Fo...

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    Steel and Steam: Episode 1 – Reviewed

    Steel & Steam: Episode 1 - Reviewed By Suzanne Verras I never really played JRPGs, but I believe...

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    Contact Vector First Look

    Contact Vector – First Look By Nathaniel Liles I recently posted an announcement for a game ca...

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    Oculus Rift Goes Cyberpunk in Technolust

    Regardless of how you see the Oculus Rift, whether you see it as a gimmicky dust collector or the bi...

  • echoes1

    Echoes of Eridu Takes Megaman X to the Next Level

    I think it’s fairly accepted in the gaming community that Megaman X kicked (and continues to kick) t...

Choice Chamber – Previewed

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Power To The People In Choice Chamber By Julie Morley Do you remember when Twitch played Pokémon? For those who aren’t familiar with it, not that long ago Twitch began streaming Pokemon gameplay. In fact, it’s still being streamed today ...

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Contact Vector First Look

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Contact Vector – First Look By Nathaniel Liles I recently posted an announcement for a game called Contact Vector that hopes to bridge the gap between turn-based and RTS games with a bigger focus on strategy than resource management. It’s a ...

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CasinoRPG – Previewed

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CasinoRPG – Previewed By Marcus Estrada Many of us enjoy the thrill of gambling at least once in a while. I’d be lying to suggest that even I don’t enjoy a jaunt to Las Vegas every once in a while. ...

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Eterium – Reviewed

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  Eterium – Reviewed By Marcus Estrada I’m not normally the kind of guy who cares about sci-fi storylines. For whatever reason, my interests always trended toward the technology of today with no consideration for Star Trek, Star Wars, or ...

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Moebius: Empire Rising Reviewed

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Moebius: Empire Rising Reviewed By David Lins Point-and-click adventure games have become a rarity, and actually good ones are even less common. Many seem to miss the point, so to speak, but some manage to hold true to the original ...

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Waka Waka Cheese Burglary in Rats

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The title of this article may seem stupid. It may seem completely nonsensical and meaningless. Maybe you mistook it as a Fozzie Bear joke. All of the above are completely rational conclusions to reach, but rest assured, I would never ...

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Coming Out On Top – Previewed

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Coming Out On Top Previewed By Marcus Estrada Back in early 2013, an incredibly pleasant surprise popped up on Kickstarter. Developer Obscurasoft shared their project with the world – a gay visual novel by the name of Coming Out On ...

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Windforge Reviewed

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Windforge Reviewed By Megan Mellers Let me be honest: I don’t like 2D games. Especially complex ones. Call me shallow, but being told to “go left” or “go right” to save the world makes me feel a bit claustrophobic. So ...

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Cosmochoria – Previewed

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Saving The Galaxy One Plant At A Time The Nudist’s Way By Julie Morley While parading around in your naked glory, I add. That’s right, a cosmonaut, equipped with a jetpack and laser blaster of mayhem, planting trees on planets ...

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Chaos Reborn – Previewed

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Chaos, chaos, and more chaos By Julie Morley The story behind Chaos Reborn is both tragic and interesting. Once upon a time, gods had made a very important promise. One guaranteeing both power and immortality through magic. But humanity took ...

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Happy Birthday To…

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It’s another birthday here at the Cliqist world headquarters.  Today Suzanne Verras celebrated the anniversary of her birth.  Years of destroying her vision in front of a TV playing videogames has brought her to us, and we’re happy to have ...

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