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by Jason Love 0
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Literally the right arm will not know what the left arm is doing

Override: Mech City Brawler Available Today on PC, PS4, and Xbox One

The Balance, Inc's giant mech fighting game, Override: Mech City Brawl, is out today for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There's a single-player campaign and you can duke it out 1 v 1 against another human, or you can gather three of your best friends and make like you're out to defeat the Galra Emprie as you each control part of a giant mech in the Party Co-Op mode.

by Justin Reynolds 0
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We run down the specs of each set so you can decide on the perfect pair

SteelSeries Elite Prism or RAW Prism; Which One Is for You?

With SteelSeries massive new lineup of Siberia headsets (see them all), it can be a little challenging to know which pair to choose. Should you go top of the line for the Siberia Elite Prism, or is something a little more modest, like the Siberia RAW Prism better suited to your needs? Lucky for you, I was able to get my hands (and ears) on both the Elite Prism and RAW Prism to test drive them out, and hear everything they bring to the table.

by John Bardinelli 0
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In space, we come up with a bunch of jokes that start with "in space".

In Space We Brawl is a Chaotic Combat Game with Tons of Customizable Weapons

The folks at Forge Reply really like to spend their lunch breaks screaming at and taunting each other. From those sandwich-fueled yelling sessions, In Space We Brawl was born. It's kind of like a twin stick shooter crossed with a beat-em-up game, but because it takes place in space, there's a lot more room to maneuver. Also, no one can hear you scream, so be sure to yell extra loud.

by John Bardinelli 3
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And more dynamic lighting than a Prince concert

Legend of Dungeon Combines Roguelike and Beat-Em-Up

As of this moment, Legend of Dungeon is available to purchase. The 2.5D sidescrolling roguelike takes a page from old school brawlers like Double Dragon and wraps everything in a moody, dynamically-lit RPG shell, complete with randomly generated content. The result is a challenging and great-looking game that throws everything at you from snakes to crawling things that latch onto your face.

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