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Is God your steering wheel or your spare tire?
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Fire and Dew is the third installment from the Anne of Green Gables PBS movie series. It picks up a year after the previous movie where Gilbert vowed not to speak to Anne again after she chose her friends over him. Anne is not pleased with his behavior and finds it difficult to ignore him as they are academically equal and both selected to attend an advanced class to prepare for and apply to Queen’s Academy.
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The Toys-to-Life genre exploded onto the scene in the early 2010s. As companies like Disney and Nintendo began to create their own line up of expensive plastic figures, it seemed like the "fad" was here to stay. However, in 2015 and 2016, production for these brands began to slow down, and by E3 2017, Toys-to-Life seemed to be over. So, when Ubisoft unveiled their Toys-to-Life game Starlink: Battle for Atlas at the conference, saying the world was surprised is an understatement. It released in October 2018, long after the genre's titans Skylanders and Disney Infinity had been discontinued. Despite being three years late to the Toys-to-Life party, Starlink: Battle for Atlas provides an enjoyable experience due to how it has adapted to today's standards.
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HyperRogue is a roguelike turn-based game set in a vast non-euclidean world. The game world bends around you and challenges what you thought was “up” or “down." There are several ways to “win” a run of HyperRogue, but all of them are optional, and none of them end the game. There are over 50 different lands you can travel through, each with their own unique look and playstyle. One land has gravity, one has wind, and one has enemies that only chase you if you stay near them for 3 turns. The bulk of the game is running around collecting treasure in each of these lands. The game somehow manages to be very complex but be compacted into a chess-like system that’s easy to understand.
HyperRogue (PC)
HyperRogue (PC)
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BATTLETECH Flashpoint is the first of three announced expansion packs for the hit turn-based strategy game BATTLETECH. As a longtime BATTLETECH fan, and the one who reviewed the base game, I really looked forward to an excuse to get back into this game, and thankfully, Flashpoint does a great job doing exactly that – giving fans of BATTLETECH another reason to come back.
BATTLETECH Flashpoint (PC)
BATTLETECH Flashpoint (PC)
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The story of Guacamelee! is when a skeleton named Calaca steals Juan’s (the main character) childhood friend to marry her. Juan tries to fight Calaca, but Calaca knocks Juan out in one hit. When Juan wakes up, he finds his town on fire. He walks through the town and sees the luchador statue. The luchador mask comes off and floats to Juan. It goes onto Juan’s face and he becomes the luchador!
Guacamelee! (PC)
Guacamelee! (PC)
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There’s not much of a story in Awesome Pea. According to the Steam store page, the main character, a Pea, is quite greedy and is willing to risk his life to gather every gold coin and diamond laying about on three islands. In total, there are thirty levels in this $3.99 title.
Awesome Pea (PC)
Awesome Pea (PC)
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Anne is settling into her new life and is acclimating to school and her household chores, though she’s not too fond of geometry or chickens. Out of all of the girls in school that Gilbert tends to tease, he seems to fancy Anne the most. She’s not too keen of his antics, but eventually she warms up to him. As she spends more time with Gilbert, her friends are a little upset and feel neglected.
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It’s your first day on the job at Creo, a huge company with a vision to fix the world from the bad things that humans have done to it. Their goal is to provide a better life for everyone and one of the draws of working there is that they have the technology to make your wheelchair-bound character, Warren, walk again. After selecting the class of Field Technician or Heavy Operator, the implant surgery commences. Without the expected anesthetic. There’s something wrong with the machines! Warren’s day starts off bloody and painful and only gets worse from there.
The Surge (PC)
The Surge (PC)
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There are five different kinds of races, which are Rally, V-Rally Cross, Hillclimb, Buggy, or Extreme-Khana. Rally is a race against the clock (you have to beat the other racers, but you don't see them on the track) from the beginning of a course to the end. Sometimes they are tarmac, but often are off-road. They use cars that are closer to road-worthy (though still clearly customized and tweaked) than some of the other modes. V-Rally Cross is a mode closer to what you might expect with racing games; you compete directly with other racers, and you are all trying to get through a certain number of laps the fastest. Whoever gets first place, wins.
V-Rally 4 (PC)
V-Rally 4 (PC)
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Pirate Code, created by Circuit Hive, features pirates, of course! It is of the turn-based strategy genre created by one clever lad. Some of us are rather smart after all; we’re not all barnacle-heads! The arena of choice takes place on a hexagonal grid. There are four types of factions that ships belong to: We have the standard cannon-firing ships seen in every piece of pirate media, special deep-sea diving ships that use torpedoes for high damage while having low health, mechanical clockwork ships that trade power for defense, and ships with a serpent motif that use fire for potentially more damage. Sea warfare is rather different from others as positioning is very important. Each ship has the opportunity to move and attack in a turn (or even another action such as fishing and supply gathering). Attacks can only be performed at certain ranges usually being two to four spaces, depending on the ship. Some ships can even attack multiple targets.
Pirate Code (PC)
Pirate Code (PC)
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