Tips and secrets of Clash Royale

Clash Royale is a very interesting and exciting game that attracts tens of thousands of new players every day. And even the time limit in downloading (the game is available only to several countries) does not stop them. I write

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Spy Fiction Review

In the past couple of years, the “spy-based” genre of games has literally exploded. While some of the games are very good: Metal Gear Solid and Splinter Cell, the majority of them aren’t very good at all. To capitalize on

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R-Type Final Review

Fans of the old arcade-style game, it’s time to rejoice. If you plunked a stream of quarters into an old arcade game called R-Type, then Fresh Games, Irem Software and Eidos Interactive has just the treat you’ve been waiting for.

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Pride FC Review

From the creators of the original Ultimate Fighting Championship on the Dreamcast comes Pride FC, the first title based on the Pride FC mixed martial-arts tournament, which is extremely popular in Japan and gaining momentum stateside as well. For the

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Muppets Party Cruise Review

The elevator keeps dropping down. Instead of booking first class, the reservations were for first deck – can you say ‘boiler room?’ As the Muppets begin to trek through the steam, one of them says: “If this is the first

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Monster Hunter Review

When Capcom announced that the next Resident Evil game would be an online game, gamers everywhere salivated at the thought of an online community of gamers that rivaled Final Fantasy XI or even EverQuest Online Adventures. The truth was that

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Micro Machines v4 Review

Some games seem to fall under the radar but still command a loyal and respectful audience. The Micro Machine games are just that type of game simply because of one ingredient, fun. It’s never been about creating a realistic racing

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