Earth’s Dawn Review for PS4

This is Gaming Cypher’s PS4 review (done by Hemal Patel) of Earth’s Dawn by publisher Rising Star Games and developer oneoreight.

I have always loved watching anime especially in Japanese. Earth’s Dawn is a game from Japanese developers OneOrEight. and after a year it is available in USA as well. This game is basically a 2D side scrolling video game. I guess for the fans of Attack of Titan or God Eater, it has something similar of a story line. Let’s start by dividing the review is terms of Gameplay, Graphics, Audio and Story.

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Storm King’s Thunder PC Review

This is Gaming Cypher’s PC Review (Done by John Pruitt) of Storm King’s Thunder by developer Roll20.

This is a different kind of experience when you think about the RPG genre and how far it’s come. I only have a limited amount of experience when it comes to tabletop games, but I would encourage others to try it out for themselves, because you can really have a good time with your friends. Some of the features include: over 250 hours of campaign preparation, completed and ready to go, over 200 stated tokens featuring original artwork from D&D, over 40 battle ready maps, cross-linked handouts throughout the adventure, and a grand story full of replayable adventures, including the largest D&D battles ever.

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Decay – The Mare Review for PC

This is the review for the PC version of Shining Gate Software and Daedalic Entertainment’s horror-adventure Decay – The Mare.

Decay – The Mare for PC and Mac is a horror-adventure game that consists of three episodes. Two episodes are currently available, while the third episode, as well as the full game, will be published by Daedalic Entertainment upon completion of development. In Decay – The Mare, you control Sam, an addict who ends up in an institution named “Reaching Dreams” – hoping to kick his drug problem and clean up his miserable life. But during the first night, something goes wrong and he gets stuck in a seemingly endless nightmare.

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Tetrobot and Co. Review – Wii U

This is the review for the Wii U version of the popular indie title from Swing Swing Submarine, Tetrobot and Co. The game is is a pure puzzle game, created for players looking to give their mind a workout. Players guide a microscopic robot named Psychobot through Tetrobot’s cogs and circuits. Psy, by swallowing blocks of matter and spitting them out, can repair anything. The workings of various pipes, lasers, fans and other electronic devices, plus how to alter the chemical properties of slime, must be learned in order to repair Tetrobot and collect all the memory blocks that can be found on the way. Due to its accessible nature Tetrobot and Co. is a game for all to play. But players need to keep their mind sharp if they want to complete its most advanced puzzles.

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Fenix Rage Review

Developer Green Lava Studios and Reverb Triple XP have released Fenix Rage on Steam and we had the pleasure of reviewing it.

Overall, we’ve found Fenix Rage to be a totally fun experience, with a thin line between the feeling of being rewarded at completing each level and pure frustration rage of dying time after time. The feeling of reward at completing a level after dying multiple times always won over the feeling of frustration, hence the game play had to continue! Fenix Rage is addictive, fun and entails pure reflex once you get the hang of the controls.

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Super Kid Cannon Review

Here is our review of Skyjoy Interactive’s inaugural game, Super Kid Cannon. Super Kid Cannon is an action-packed Vertical-Launcher game that pays homage to games of the past. The story begins with a red panda who wants to rescue his kidnapped sweetheart, Justine, from the evil and quite muscular snow leopard named Khan. With 30 levels increasing in difficulty, Super Kid Cannon is sure to keep players occupied and entertained.

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