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About the_nmac



Nathan has been posting news and writing reviews since 2013. He's used to doing a ton of gaming since he has owned a lot of gaming consoles and handhelds, from the original NES to every PlayStation consoles, and he even owns a Dreamcast! While he's a fan of most game genres, he particularly loves playing JRPG, point and click adventure games and platformers.

Posts By the_nmac

[Review Revisited] Fallout 4

April 9, 2017 |

War. War never changes. Drink your Nuka-cola and prepare for this week’s Review Revisited for Fallout 4, still one of the best games from this console generation!

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[PS4] Toukiden 2 Review

April 6, 2017 |

It’s time for you to stop the Oni! Welcome to a new adventure full of monster hunting in Toukiden 2! Do you have what it takes to save the world? Find out in our Toukiden 2 review!
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PlayStation Plus Update For April- PlayStation 4 Edition

April 4, 2017 |

Check out what what’s in store for PlayStation Plus today! David Jaffe, the creator of God Of War and Twisted Metal’s, is debuting his new game for PlayStation Plus subscribers to try out for free. On top of that, we have a couple of arcade fun games and more!

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[PS4] Zero Escape: The Nonary Games Review

March 29, 2017 |

Welcome back to the Nonary Games! What are the Nonary Games you ask? Well, they involve you surviving and outlasting and cooperating with your other competitors. Will you win?? Find out in our Zero Escape: The Nonary Games review!

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[PS4] Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastophe Review

March 24, 2017 |

Everyone needs the Chaos Code, and everyone seems to be fighting for it. Can you get it and use it for your personal gain? Fight to the end against some fierce competitors to achieve greatness! Want to learn more? Then check out our Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe review!

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[Review Revisited] I am Bread

March 19, 2017 |

Ready for a tale as old as Time? Bread meets Toaster, and they hit it off so much that they come together to become Toast! Check out our review revisited for I Am Bread to learn more about this clever release!|

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