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Sword Art Online: Memory Defrag Review – Mobile Inception

Sword Art Online: Memory Defrag

If Sword Art Online is a show about a game — and it is — then Sword Art Online: Memory Defrag is a game about the game inside the show. If that sounds like too many layers for you, the good news is that this action RPG from Bandai Namco, like many of the company’s previous anime-based […]

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Lost Legends: The Weeping Woman Review – Spanish Surprises

Over a century ago, a woman named Maria Gonzalez married and had two kids. Life didn’t go as she had planned, however, and her husband left with the children in tow. Stricken by anger and grief, Maria waded into the waters of the Rio Cristobal and was never seen again. Well, until she started coming […]

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The Frostrune Review: An Opened Gate

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The Frostrune is a breathtakingly gorgeous first-person puzzle adventure that uses striking hand-painted art to bring its small snippet of Norwegian history to life. Set in a village off the coast of Norway in the year 965, The Frostrune was lovingly crafted by developer Grimnir to be “as historically accurate as possible,” combining details from […]

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Secrets of the Dark: The Flower of Shadow Review – Dimensional Distress

Ever receive a present that didn’t come with a card? It’s not so uncommon, which is why Maria started tearing off the ribbon without hesitation. Unfortunately for her this gift wasn’t a new pair of socks. It was the evil servant of an even more evil goddess that kidnapped her and took her to another […]

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One Piece Thousand Storm Review: A Pirate’s Life

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A form of auto-MMO, One Piece Thousand Storm is a pretty enjoyable ride, whether you’re a fan of the franchise or simply want to try something new. If you’ve played any of the various MMOs on mobile before, you’ll be somewhat familiar with how this game plays out — but that doesn’t mean it’s not oddly […]

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Charming Keep Review: A Clicker with Soul

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We all know the fairy-tale basics: a princess or beautiful damsel finds herself in some sort of calamity and despite being smart, resilient, and strong she ends up waiting around for some charming prince to come rescue her. After hundreds of years, these stories are more than a little stale and Charming Keep by Mighty Games is a […]

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Strange Telephone Review: What Even is This?

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I’m not entirely sure how best to describe Strange Telephone. It’s one of those games. I guess it’s sort of like a point-and-click adventure game, but a little simpler than that, there are semi-random “worlds” for you to visit by dialing random phone numbers — and it’s incredibly surreal with both its imagery and its […]

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