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Posts by Bryan Ertmer:

Coming Home; Returning to Azeroth part 1

by 2 months ago

I spent a lot of time playing World of Warcraft when it released, too many hours to even be healthy. I played every single day and logged hundreds of hours …

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Fangs Out: Sims 4 Vampires review

by 3 months ago

The Sims 4 is notorious for zany, outlandish, and wild gameplay and the newest game pack, Vampires, intelligently adds to it. It also introduces new ideas, gameplay elements and great …

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Get to the city; The Sims 4 City Living review

by 6 months ago

The Sims 4 City Living is one of the best expansion packs in the entire series. It changes the way you can play in new and meaningful ways, and is …

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Relaxation and zen; The Sims 4 Spa Day review

by 10 months ago

The Sims 4 grows and expands with each new expansion, game pack, and stuff pack. I have been reviewing all the Sims 4 content as I can keep up with …

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Extended Stay: The Sims 4 Outdoor Retreat review

by 10 months ago

With the career and work centereed expansions, it is time for the Sims to take a vacation, and luckily Outdoor Retreat offers just that. With a focus around camping, fishing, …

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Lunch break: The Sims 4 Dine Out review

by 11 months ago

The original Sims 4 had a lukewarm reception. It was missing features and elements that Sim fans expected to be in a Sims game. Through patching and content packs released …

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Oil Leak: Oil Enterprise review

by 12 months ago

Growing up in a rural part of Colorado, I was always around oil fields and the oil industry. I used to gawk at the giant pumps, and wonder what it …

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Origin of power — Gemini: Heroes Reborn review

by 1 year ago

As a tie-in game to an already cancelled TV series, I was worried about the game from the first time I heard about it. Rarely do games based on TV …

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Gather ’round: The Sims 4 Get Together expansion review

by 1 year ago

The Sims 4 had a less-than-stellar launch, and was missing many gameplay features Sim-heads were looking for. Through patches and updates, many missing things have been added to the base …

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Burning rubber: Need for Speed review

by 1 year ago

EA and Ghost Games are bringing Need for Speed back, boasting it as the definitive arcade racing experience, and in many ways they have succeeded. The newest installment is a …

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Golden age of rock: Guitar Hero Live preview

by 2 years ago

This past week I was invited to go and play FreeStyle Games’ new installment of the Guitar Hero franchise. The studio behind the DJ Hero series is bringing back Guitar …

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Call of Duty Black Ops III beta impressions

by 2 years ago

Many await this holiday season for the same reason as the past few years: a new Call of Duty. This time the crew behind the wildly successful Black Ops series …

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