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BUTCHER Review

BUTCHER is a polished, extremely well-built 2D shooter that wears its difficulty on its sleeve. It's an absolute blast to play, but players may find difficulty adjusting to the incredible challenges that await them. If you have the patience to withstand this level of gameplay, you’ll be prepared to feel the rush of adrenaline when completing one of BUTCHER’s insanely hard levels. It isn't Dark Soulism, or Hotline Miamian excellence, but it comes darn close. The game looks great and plays great, and I most def recommend it to anyone looking for some brutal, arcade action.

Black Hole Hazard Review

t takes the small concept of propelling yourself through space, and it greatly expands upon it to galactic levels throughout 150 levels of top-down, challenging puzzle-platforming that’s only played with one hand! This is not a title to pass up, especially with such a humble price tag as the only barrier to entry.

Rogue Contracts: Syndicate Review

Rouge Contracts: Syndicate is a phenomenally well put together title, that will have you wondering where that dent in the wall came from. For 8 bucks, it provides a challenging and rewarding experience that frustrates as much as it entertains. In sum, if at a first glance this looks at all entertaining to you, know that it will be well worth the modest investment.

Enter the Gungeon Review

In a gaming word where top-down shooters are quite overplayed and almost flooding the market, Enter The Gungeon has done an excellent job setting itself aside from the rest. Not many top-down shooters have such well-done mechanics and fun dungeon crawling aspects. Currently available now on Steam, priced at $14.99, this game is definitely worth picking up and giving it a run through. I think you’ll enjoy it just as much as I have.

Dark Souls III Review

Almost perfect, but not quite there. I’m sure I’ll be spending a lot of time in Lotheric, as will many folks.

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