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REVIEW – Blazkowicz is back! Well sort of, rather than playing as the famed Terror-Billy, in Youngblood the developers at MachineGames are putting the players in the role of the daughters.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood – A New Blood

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A New Blood
So with The Sinking City, Frogwares opted to show the messed up world of Cthulhu through the eyes of a detective haunted by visions about a flooded city. Which actually would work, as you would be forced to uncover these harrowing unknowns things due to the nature of your line of work. Plus they also already know their way around having main characters as detectives, but it still fails on a lot of levels. Not because of the storylines though but because of the gameplay.

The Sinking City – The Bottom of the Barrel

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The Bottom of the Barrel
If you dream of enjoying your favorite Wii and GameCube games again, and would like to do it while you enjoy your vacations, or on the way to class or work, maybe you can follow the example of this fan and build your own hybrid console inspired by Game Boy Advance: the Portable Wii GameCube Advance SP 2.

When a Wii and a GameCube merge into a Nintendo Advance [VIDEO]

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A fan creates a console that joins…
REVIEW - Milestone launched this year's MotoGP adaptation at the best time once again: just before E3.

MotoGP 19 – Trench Warfare

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Trench Warfare
Luckily, there's a welcome addition to American Fugitive's gameplay: as you progress, you will gain experience points to upgrade your skills on a skill tree.

American Fugitive – NotGTA

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NotGTA
Mortal Kombat 11 starts off where Mortal Kombat X ended, Raiden became fed up with Earthrealm being constantly invaded by Outworld and Netherrealm is now taking a more proactive approach.

Mortal Kombat 11- We’re in the Endgame Now

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We’re in Endgame Now