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Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past Review

Review GlitchSoft By Alex Beech, 2 months ago
Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past Review

While clearly released to serve as a tie-in to the impending movie, Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past is styled after the original comic series. As per the books, the assassination of a senator sets into motion events that bring about a dystopian future ruled over by massive robot Sentinels. You take control of Wolverine first. , who must schnickt his way through thug, goons, mutants, and mechanoids alike. As with classic 2D side-scrollers like Shinobi, you'll be leaping between…

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Star Marine: Infinite Ammo Review

Review GlitchSoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 6 months ago
Star Marine: Infinite Ammo Review

Some games walk a fine edge between success and failure - sometimes it's hard to know the precipice is even there at times, which makes it all the more surprising when you plunge right over it. Star Marine: Infinite Ammo by GlitchSoft doesn't quite fall in to that extreme category, but its handful of minor bugaboos and oh-so-easy to mess up upgrade system can leave you experiencing an almost entirely different game to what others might describe to you. Star Marine places you in the co…

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Destructopus: Total Rampage! Review

Review GlitchSoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 2 months ago
Destructopus: Total Rampage! Review

There's something about giant monsters and explosive weaponry that just feels right - maybe it's just the whole Horror B-Movie aspect of it all, but I think everyone's inclined to imagine thrashing about causing wanton destruction now and then. Destructopus by GlitchSoft tries to put a positive spin on the actions of the giant be-tentacled behemoth wreaking havoc across the countryside as you attempt to crush the humans who would exploit the endangered species of the planet. It may be…

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