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Banner Saga 2 Review: I saved the goat

In the Banner Saga 2 Stoic does an amazing job of balancing your toes on the edge of a crumbling hellscape with just enough forward progress to make the insurmountable task of "saving the world" seem possible. Read on for our full review of the sequel to the previous indie blockbuster.

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Stikbold Review: Hitting Friends with Balls

At its roots Stikbold is a great party mayhem game, but it is also brimming with goodies and extras to keep you coming back for more. Read on to find out why we think this might be the best dodgeball game since Super Dodge Ball.

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Clash Royale Beginner’s Guide

Just getting started with Clash Royale? Check out our Clash Royale Beginner's Guide to understand the basics of this awesome new collectible card strategy game game from the makers of Clash of Clans!

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Wizards & Wagons Review: Restless Retirement

Wizards & Wagons is a mobile title from Touch Dimensions that blends a fantasy trading sim with aspects of several other genres. It's been out on iOS for a while now, but the Android version is newly released. Being an Android guy myself, I decided to take it for a spin! Is Wizards & Wagons worth coming out of retirement for? Let's find out in my Wizards & Wagons review!

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Karaski: What Goes Up… Review: Oh, the Humanity

Karaski: What Goes Up... is a story-driven "whodunnit" adventure game created by Unbound Creations. Karaski tells the story of a fictional Eastern European nation's first blimp's ill-fated maiden voyage. When everything starts to go catastrophically wrong, it's up to you to solve the mystery and uncover the saboteur. Should you punch your tickets and take this cruise? Let's find out in my Karaski: What Goes Up review.

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Ultimate Chicken Horse Review: Horsing Around with Sawblades

Standing out from the crowd, Ultimate Chicken Horse places you in a 2-4 player platforming brawl where your objective is to run, jump, and parkour your way to the finish while at the same time preventing your fellow farm animals from accomplishing the same objective. How does that work? Read on and we'll break it down.

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Rocket League XBox One Review: Nothing but net

Rocket League is a sports game even for the non-sports inclined, it's easy to pick up and play, and it's overflowing with customization and content to extend replayability to the max... is it the perfect game? Read on for our take on the rocket-car soccer games arrival on XBox One.

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Unending Galaxy Review: Universally Ambitious

Unending Galaxy is a sandbox space sim that touches a bunch of different genres, developed by Anarkis Gaming. In it, you play a humble ship owner who can become a miner, trader, pirate, space-businessman, or even a warmongering dictator of your own sprawling empire. It's a relentlessly ambitious combination of elements, but do they work well together? That's the question I'm setting out to answer in my Unending Galaxy review.

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Feist Review: Furry and Feisty

Even though Limbo comparisons don't hold up, Feist is excellent in every way that it is different. With sticks swinging and pine cones flying every fight feels hectic, but your feisty "fuzzball" is just tough enough to get your adrenaline pumping. Narrow escapes from dark menaces will keep you trying 'one more time' until you get scared of the dark... or you need a change of undies.

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Fortified Review: 3 Essential Genres + Martian Minerals

Fortified is a combination RTS, tower defense, and third person shooter released this past week on Steam and Xbox One. Fortified comes to us from Clapfoot, a Canadian indie studio that has previously worked on several mobile games. Tower defense and third person shooter games have been tried before, often with great success. How does adding RTS elements into the mix effect this potent genre combo? Let's find out in my Fortified review.

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