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Steam Roundup – Episode 15

I apologize in advance for having one disappointing game this time around. And really, it’s not a BAD game, I just figured it would be…well, better. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these and I’ve got a number of great titles to show you. Honestly, there isn’t a whole lot else to say, so let’s just dive right into it!
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FPS of the Year – Before All The Good Shit

This one’s going to be a little different and here’s why. So once again, I thought I would start in 1990. I mean, that seems to be a pretty good year to start with and it worked with everything else, so why not? I’LL TELL YOU WHY NOT. Wolfenstein 3D wasn’t even released until 1992. BUT that’s not to say there weren’t FPSs before then. So let’s briefly go over…those that came before.
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Shadowrun vs. Shadowrun vs. Shadowrun

Once again, I’m going to provide you my limited knowledge about something purely from a videogame angle. I may miss a few things, and if I do, definitely feel free to leave feedback calling me a retard. Just sayin’. Anyhow, the Shadowrun series is definitely an interesting one, at least in VG format. It originally started as a pen and paper RPG and that’s really all I know about its backhistory.
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Strider vs. Strider vs. Strider

When most people think Strider Hiryu, they think Marvel vs. Capcom, but they don’t often know what Strider is besides just “that one ninja looking guy.” Fortunately, I’m here to provide you my robust, yet still limited knowledge. What I will say is, regardless of whether or not Wiki can corroborate what I’m saying, is that effectively Strider is a futuristic space ninja complete with all kinds of cool gymnastic flippy jumps, an awesome sword, robot familiars, and has the ability to basically scale any surface.
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