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Thomas Dacombe

I've been playing videogames for as long I can remember and am always looking for something new to play. Lover of 3D platformers and an easy platinum trophy (looking at you "my name is mayo"). Been studying game design for the past 4 years and am now ready to share my passion with all of you. Check out what I've been playing here: https://ggapp.io/TomDac99 Twitter: @TomDac99

Review: Warhammer: Chaosbane Slayer Edition

I need to start this review by saying that the Warhammer franchise has never appealed to me. But when I started playing Warhammer Chaosbane,...

Review: Rogue Aces Deluxe

I’ve never been one for aerial combat games.

Review: Brok The Investigator: Prologue

The point and click genre is one that has been around for almost as long as games themself. So finding a point and click...

Review: HyperParasite

In an age where rougelites are becoming increasingly popular thanks to Dead Cells and Hades’ recent success. HyperParasite does an exceptional job of standing...

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