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Posts by Bryan Ertmer:

Los Santos is king: Grand Theft Auto V PC review

by 4 days ago

Grand Theft Auto V is to be quite frank, a port down right. It takes what is already an amazing game and improves to not only look and control better, …

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A hard days work: The Sims 4: Get to Work review

by 2 weeks ago

The Sims 4 suffered a lackluster launch and was not the game Sim-fanatics were craving. Though patches have added and improved the game vastly since launch, the inevitable expansions are …

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Early Access: Mad Games Tycoon

by 3 weeks ago

Mad Games Tycoon is a game development and studio tycoon, much in the vain of Game Dev Tycoon, but it adds the extra element of actually designing the office, deciding …

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Perfect synergy: Kyn Preview

by 3 weeks ago

Kyn is a unique game, and quite frankly a breathe of fresh air. It is an adventure game in which you control warriors, three to start but you can get …

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Claymation returns: Armikrog preview

by 3 weeks ago

Armikrog is as weird and unique as its’ name, but in a charming way. Being developed by the creators of the Neverhood series and Earthworm Jim it is chock-full of …

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A cops life: Battlefield Hardline review

by 1 month ago

Battlefield Hardline is not a reimagining of the Battlefield series, but rather it takes everything it has learned up to this point, and uses intelligent design to make a fun …

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Early Access: Victor Vran

by 1 month ago

Victor Vran is something I am really hopeful and excited for. After playing over 1,000 hours of Diablo 3, I was not sure another isometric action-RPG could actually do that, …

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Early Access: TOXIKK

by 2 months ago

I remember playing in LAN parties fondly in my youth, from Unreal Tournament to Quake Arena but I thought those days were in the past. That was, until I found …

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Story matters in Battlefield Hardline

by 2 months ago

The Battlefield series has had a long and beautiful past of large-scale, multiplayer mayhem, but one thing it has always seemed to lack was a great story. With Battlefield Hardeline’s …

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Audio heaven: HyperX Cloud II headset review

by 2 months ago

Many people forgot the importance of a good sound system. Hearing footsteps behind you, to just listening to rain falling, a great sound system can change how you view a …

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Amped-up Soldiers: Battlefield Hardline discussion

by 2 months ago

Battlefield Hardline is reimagining itself with a huge emphasis on speed. Through the new gadgets, vehicles, gameplay modes, and maps, speed will completely change how Hardline plays compared to past …

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Homecoming; Cities XXL review

by 2 months ago

Cities XXL is a fun and challenging city building game. It rivals the SimCity franchises in ambition and innovation. Unfortunately, for this installment I have to be upfront and say, …

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