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Shing! | REVIEW

Shing! is guilty of feeling a bit repetitive, but the slick and intuitive combat mechanics do enough to make it a worthwhile venture in the genre.

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Rhythm Fighter | REVIEW

Rhythm Fighter is a unique and anarchic roguelite escapade that’s both addictive and satisfying to play, even IF it can get a little repetitive in places.

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