Brandon Langrock

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iO Review

Though far from revolutionary, iO is a simple, yet intuitive puzzler that is sure to dig its hooks into fans of the genre looking for a unique challenge.
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Feist Review

Coming from developer Bits & Beasts, a small team in Switzerland, is Feist. Originally released in 2015 on Steam, this stylistic sidescroller now sees its r...
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Pokémon Sun and Moon Review

During my off-time between titles, I often wonder if my passion for Pokémon is waning. Having followed the franchise since its first releases as Pokémon Red and...
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Pankapu Episode 1 Review

It genuinely warms my heart to think of just how successfully persistent the platforming genre is, even now. I grew up with a wide array of side-scrolling platf...
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Krinkle Krusher Review

The tower defence genre is primarily known for its entries on mobile platforms, though a few trickle into the console market every now and then. Krinkle Krusher...
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100ft Robot Golf Review

In all of my years spent playing the countless rounds of Mario Golf and the odd Tiger Woods game, never did I think, this would have been better with massive ro...
Dragon Quest Builders
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Dragon Quest Builders Review

It’s really quite impressive how flexible Square Enix is willing to be with the Dragon Quest franchise; while recent games like the Dynasty Warriors-esque Drago...
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Bound Review

Exploration games tend to walk a fine line between being labelled as games or as experiences. These kinds of games often feature simple gameplay mechanics as a ...
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Tricky Towers Review

The Tetris formula is one beloved by many arcade puzzle fans around the world – myself included. Many games have expanded on the traditional formula, introducin...