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  • Corsair K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

    Corsair K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

    Corsair’s utra-fast mechanical keyboard doesn’t leave much room for disappointment The K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE is designed primarily for shooters, and features a heavy frame of brushed aluminum that means business. When I slid it into position on my keyboard tray I actually made a hairline scratch across my desk, which sucks, but that’s how beefy this thing is. It comes with a detachable wrist guard wrapped in a soft dimpled covering, and underneath the board you’ll find fold out feet on all […]

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  • How Did I Miss Splinter Cell Blacklist

    How Did I Miss Splinter Cell Blacklist

    It’s a shame I couldn’t praise this when it came out, so let me start now. Long time no see aye? Uploads have been scarce as I begin my professional internship and complete my final semester in college. Hopefully you’ll see a whole lot more from me in 2015. Got a comment or question? I’m just a tweet away: http://www.twitter.com/psycorevolution PS: I’ll be attending Gen Con 2014

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  • Duck Game Review

    Duck Game Review

    See the Score! http://www.ouyaholic.com/duckgamereview Watch all my OUYA Game Reviews ■ Stay connected ■ http://twitter.com/psycorevolution http://facebook.com/psycorevolution

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  • Banished Review

    Banished Review

    Is this survival-based city-builder worth your potatoes? http://bit.ly/NHsAUK ^Purchase from the developer’s website for a DRM free version alongside a Steam Key. My OUYA Review Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=… Follow me! http://twitter.com/psycorevolution http://facebook.com/psycorevolution

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  • Wrestling Revolution Review

    Wrestling Revolution Review

    Created by long time independent game developer MDickie, Wrestling Revolution has found its place on the OUYA. Upon starting the game I was surprised by the game’s depth, offering nearly everything you would find in an officially licensed wrestling game. Exhibition matches, multiplayer, move and appearance customization, and even a career mode. In addition to all these ways to play, Wrestling Revolution totes a huge roster of wrestlers. Since this isn’t a licensed game you won’t find any familiar names, […]

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  • Deep Dungeons of Doom Review

    Deep Dungeons of Doom Review

      Deep Dungeons of Doom is an OUYA exclusive, and it’s kind of like Castlevania, except you don’t have a whip…and can’t move. Deep Dungeons of Doom is a timing based dungeon crawler. You stand opposite your enemy, in a turn based fashion, with no ability to move your character. While it may seem turn based, it is actually in real time. You have only 3 available actions, attack, block, and use item (if you have one). Each enemy has […]

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  • Monocle Man Review

    Monocle Man Review

      Monocle Man has the makings to be a great OUYA game, but can it deliver? Monocle Man is a puzzle platformer created back in 2011 by a group of students  in a 48-hour game jam. It has now been reworked, and released as an OUYA exclusive. Monocle Man puts you in control of a rather square gentleman sporting a monocle.  You are trapped in an hourglass and must traverse each puzzle by jumping. A puzzel is completed when you […]

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  • Bombsquad Review

    Bombsquad Review

    At first glance I suspected Bombsquad would be just another Bomberman knockoff, but boy was I wrong. Previously being a MAC exclusive, Bombsquad has made its way onto the OUYA, a platform I found very fitting for it. Bombsquad puts you head to head against AI or your friends, using bombs and your fists to complete objectives. Bombsquad aims to be a party game, and nails it. The game’s mechanics are simple enough for new players to pick up and enjoy, […]

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  • No Brakes Valet Review

    No Brakes Valet Review

    No Brakes Valet offers fun and simple gameplay, but where do we draw the line at too simple? No Brakes Valet is an OUYA exclusive created by Justin Smith, the man behind Envirobear 2010 and Realistic Sports Simulator. In No Brakes Valet, you play a Valet, a rather reckless valet. You must park as many cars as you can in order to make the most money from tips. Getting cars into the special spots on the side will earn you […]

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