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All the freshest indie gaming news, reviews and previews!
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REVIEW: Scaring people in real life is more fun that scaring them in Poltergeist
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REVIEW: Shelter 2 is cute, but it's just not Shelter....
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It's time to get back on the grind with OlliOlli 2: Welcome To Olliwood

http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/03/olliolli-2-welcome-to-olliwood-review/
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Hang in there. Scram Kitty DX is a ferocious challenge worth tackling!
http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/03/scram-kitty-dx-review-ps-vita-ps4/
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Over the years, and numerous generations, the licensed video game – based on an existing intellectual property – has become synonymous with a sub-par experience. But, today, we celebrate the exceptions to the rule and give you the 5 best licensed video games we’ve seen thus far…


http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/02/top-5-friday-presents-top-5-licensed-video-games/
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Chainsaw Warrior: Lord of Night was better off as an actual board game.

http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/02/chainsaw-warrior-lord-of-night- review-pc/
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Indulge your destructive side in Medieval Engineers

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There Came An Echo could be the title that takes voice controlled games into the mainstream.
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Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora is a good detective game trapped within a mediocre game.
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Each new generation of consoles brings its own distinctive intro animations and sounds. They are a part of the “first boot” experience, and I know I am not alone in saying that I really enjoy discovering each new console’s startup sequence. They are a distinctive marker that says “This is a Nintendo/ Sony/ Sega/ insert manufacturer here console” and startup would be no fun without them, here are five of my absolute favourites!

http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/02/top-5-friday-presents-top-5-console-startup-sounds/
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