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Maximillian Ringgenberg

Maximillian Ringgenberg

A man of many words and many color related dilemmas. Based in Tucson, Arizona Maximillian is a total anime nerd, gamer and fighting game enthusist. He loves watching a good anime on a lazy saturday and is proud to be part of the CFG crew.

Giga Wrecker Alt Review

3.2 out of 5
Rating: 3.2

  Developed By Rising Star Games Published By GameFreak Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Xbox One, Switch, and Steam) Dealing with the apocalypse is always an interesting prospect. Sometimes you have to deal with vast wastelands and a

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RemiLore Review

2.3 out of 5
Rating: 2.3

Developed by Pixellore and Remimory Published by Nicalis Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Xbox One, Switch and Steam)   RemiLore is a game that I really wanted to flourish. It’s a hack and slash rogue like that takes

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FutureGrind Review

3.9 out of 5
Rating: 3.9

Developed by MilkBag Games Published by MilkBag Games Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (Also Available on Steam) The human race’s desire for something extreme comes in many flavors. Whether it’s eating the spiciest food possible, testing the grandest possibilities with science,

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Mages of Mystralia Review

4.5 out of 5
Rating: 4.5

Developed by Borealys Games Published by Borealys Games Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Switch, Xbox One, and Steam)   I am an ardent fan of magic in fantasy settings. Magic can be something that is very limited, just waiting

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Vane Review

3.7 out of 5
Rating: 3.7

Developed by Friend and Foe Games Published by Friend and Foe Games Reviewed on PlayStation 4 Vane is a very unique experience. A short, but intriguing experience. The vector heavy art style is very impressive since beauty in desolation is actually

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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

3.1 out of 5
Rating: 3.1

Developed by The Bearded Ladies Consulting Published by Funcom Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Xbox One and Steam)   Tabletop roleplaying games are often a great way to experience a story, often by having a unique group of

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Darksiders III Review

3.9 out of 5
Rating: 3.9

Developed by Gunfire Games Published by THQ Nordic Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Xbox One, Microsoft Windows)   Darksiders III has been a long time coming. Darksiders II was originally released during the Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 era. While

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Shadows Awakening Review

3.9 out of 5
Rating: 3.9

Developed by GamesFarm Published by Kalypso Media Digital Ltd. Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Steam and Xbox One) Shadows Awakening was a bit of a sleeper hit for me. I wasn’t really drawn in by the original trailer when

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Blade Strangers Review

3.2 out of 5
Rating: 3.2

Developed By Studio Saizensen Published By Nicalis Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Switch and Steam) Crossover fighting games are an interesting niche within a niche. Taking two or more series and engaging them in combat is pretty novel.

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Death’s Gambit Review

3 out of 5
Rating: 3

Developed by White Rabbit Published by Adult Swim Games Reviewed on PlayStation 4 (also available on Steam) There are many games that have made their marks in gaming history. In the 90s Castlevania: Symphony of the Night not only evolved

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