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Posts by Bryan Ertmer:

Souped up: Nom Nom Galaxy review

by 2 years ago

Soup is good, and I enjoy it every now and then myself. That being said, I have never thought I needed a video game based on a galactic soup takeover. …

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Changing the game; Victor Vran review

by 2 years ago

Action RPG’s are getting big again with the likes of Diablo 3, Grim Dawn, Path of Exile, and more. Victor Vran looks to cash in on this, while doing some …

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Clever girl: Lego Jurassic World review

by 2 years ago

Lego Jurassic World is a love letter to fans of the iconic film franchise. The moment Jurassic Park's theme song started I was instantly back in 1993 and nostalgia wrapped …

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Los Santos is king: Grand Theft Auto V PC review

by 2 years ago

Grand Theft Auto V is to be quite frank, a port done 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 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 years 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 years 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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