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“Blackbay Asylum” Review

“Blackbay Asylum” Review

“Blackbay Asylum” TAD Productions AB I was given this game to review because most people thought that I as going to hate it. Mostly because there was an expectation that it was going to be not very good. Little did they know that my final call on the game was that it’s not bad, but […]

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Kevin’s Music Reviews: 新しいデラックスライフ (New Life DeLuxe)

Kevin’s Music Reviews: 新しいデラックスライフ (New Life DeLuxe)

Here is a truly bizarre album, especially taken out of the context of its genre. I had trouble finding this album for obvious reasons – for one thing I can’t type in Japanese, and my only exposure to this album at the time was though a “vaporwave essentials” image, which of course I can’t copy […]

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Kevin’s Music Review: PS1 Soundtrack – Revelations: Persona

Kevin’s Music Review: PS1 Soundtrack – Revelations: Persona

In an era where JRPGs were still a genre of D&D motifs and high-fantasy as far as western gamers were concerned, the elusive Shin Megami Tensei franchise was decidedly a departure from what was considered normal. Even more so, when Final Fantasy VII had yet to popularize the genre, one of the few games in […]

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Atomp (P)Reviews: RimWorld [Ludeon Studios]

Atomp (P)Reviews: RimWorld [Ludeon Studios]

Tom Hooper aka Atomp My seeming inability to fully envelop myself in Dwarf Fortress has again taken me to new and interesting alternatives which in this particular case is the sci-fi colony sim RimWorld. There’s a great deal of Dwarf Fortress here however it’s married with some Prison Architect for the sake of keeping a […]

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Kevin’s Music Reviews: Uio Loi – Uio Loi

Kevin’s Music Reviews: Uio Loi – Uio Loi

Sitting shyly in the painfully overlooked crevices of ambient electronic hip-hop sits a sharp producer by the name of Kyle Yerhot. He is an enigma with a mind thick and loaded with the arcane craft of dope vibes and an expert in the craft of illusory sound techniques that make foggy contours feel like the […]

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Atomp Reviews: Wolfenstein: The New Order [Machine Games]

Atomp Reviews: Wolfenstein: The New Order [Machine Games]

Tom Hooper aka Atomp Wolfenstein has a strong pedigree in first person shooters with Wolfenstein 3D being up there with Doom in terms of genre significance. (Fun fact: Wolfenstein 3D can be played in-browser on the Wolfenstein website). Wolfenstein: The New Order is a modern take on the classic formula and whilst this is an […]

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Kevin’s Music Reviews: Jet Set Radio (Dreamcast Soundtrack)

Kevin’s Music Reviews: Jet Set Radio (Dreamcast Soundtrack)

Going down the list of its unfortunately small library of games, Sega’s Dreamcast has no shortage of standout soundtracks to brag about. The obvious rhythm games Space Channel 5 and Samba De Amigo are the first that come to mind, but lest we forget Shenmue’s tense traditional Japanese ambiance, Skies of Arcadia boasting some of […]

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