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Fat Chicken Review (PC)

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Fat Chicken is a reverse tower defense game in which instead of trying to kill waves of attacks, you’re feeding them corn and pumping them full of chemicals. It’s every farmer’s greatest dream! In the game, the player builds a series of towers to ensure that the various types of animal are ...

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review (PC)

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Review by FTG Contributor Todd Misura The Vanishing of Ethan Carter by The Astronauts is a first person explorer game that is at once breathtaking, haunting, and beautiful with only a couple issues. You play as Paul Prospero, an occult detective contacted by Ethan to help with a mysterious event he ...

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Metrocide Review (PC)


Something, Something, Electric Sheep If Blade Runner and Hitman had a baby, allowed it to age in the future, and sent it back in time Terminator-style so it could exist in our past as a retro-stealth title, Metrocide would be the result (probably). But here’s the thing: Metrocide is hard. It’s not hard like Super Meat Boy, where each ...

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The Talos Principle Review (PC)

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There is no greater manifestation of success in life than exercise, an alluring example of earned reward through hard work and dedication. Put your body through deliberate hell to return a fitter self. Little rules to work with; go out and make yourself sweat, fatigue, and repeat. Embrace and endure physical ...

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Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1: Zer0 Sum Review (PC)

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The Other Guys I’ve known for a good long while that the protagonist of Tales from the Borderlands was named “Rhys”. That didn’t make it any less surreal when he got the snot kicked out of him, only for this to pop up: Yes, this is a Borderlands title, through-and-through. And even if it’s ...

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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Review


Once the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. hit early in October, it was thought that excitement for the Wii U version would be significantly reduced. We know all the characters and how the game will play, so what’s there to say? It was clear Nintendo knew this tepid reception ...

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Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Review (3DS)

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Pokemon remakes always bring a retooled experience of a generation of Pokemon games we loved, with enough extra locations, battles, and even Pokemon to keep us playing for months. At the same time, the remakes retain what makes their predecessors unique. This rings true for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha ...

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Assassin’s Creed: Unity Review (Xbox One)


Another year and another installment to the Assassin’s Creed series. Ubisoft released two installments in the franchise this year, actually. But unlike its comrade, Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, Assassin’s Creed: Unity takes the leap of faith onto the next generation of hardware, and shows it off beautifully. Cooperative multiplayer has been added to the game ...

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Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review (PS4)

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I never really thought about it much until recently, but there are a lot of Lego games. Of the yearly game franchises that rightfully receive flak for a lack of iteration, Lego is never in those discussions. It’s obviously not as high profile as those other series, but the same issues ...

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Sneaky Sneaky Review (PC)

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    Article By Contributor Rick Quenzer  Sneaky Sneaky is an addicting stealth/adventure title from Naid Entertainment. This is Naid’s first foray into game development and it’s clear to see they gave this game their all. Sneaky Sneaky offers a new spin on typical stealth games and adds depth to the ...

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