Victor Grunn

PROFILE:

Victor Grunn has been a gamer since the days of single-button joysticks and the Atari 800XL. When not lamenting the loss of the Ultima series or setting people on fire in Team Fortress 2, he's an aspiring indie game developer and freelance writer.

Posts by Victor Grunn:

Vigilance Press’ “Rogues, Rivals & Renegades” Collection One released

by 1 week ago

For you tabletop fans looking to add some spice to your encounter roster, here's some news that may turn your head: Vigilance Press has just released Collection One of their …

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Pikachu, you rogue! Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon review

by 1 month ago

I'm captivated by games which features roguelike elements and dynamically generated content. Pokemon? Admittedly, I'm ambivalent. But when I heard that Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon was out on the 3DS, …

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Up, down, left, right, left, down, dead – Helldivers Review

by 2 months ago

Josh's Opinion Helldivers doesn’t quite capture the intensity and brutality of the many galactic battles we see in films like Starship Troopers or Aliens, but it makes a decent effort. …

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Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns reviewed

by 3 months ago

Originally launched in August of 2012, Guild Wars 2 has always been an MMO with its own way of doing things. It charted a course between both the subscription-based and …

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Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide review

by 3 months ago

Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide by Fatshark is what you get when you take the swarming menace meatgrinder experience of Left 4 Dead, match it with the unlock, loot and …

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Assault Android Cactus reviewed

by 4 months ago

Witch Beam's Assault Android Cactus takes the mechanics of a top-notch twin-stick shooter, adds a gorgeously polished array of enemies and slick controls, and polishes the whole thing off with …

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Purging the Skaven plague in Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide

by 4 months ago

Take the Left 4 Dead series, throw the whole thing into the Warhammer universe and replace all the zombies with angry, evil rat-people. Top the whole thing off with a …

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Tear their heads off! Blood Bowl II reviewed

by 4 months ago

If you asked me why I'm not a big Madden player, I'd have a ready answer for you: a distinct lack of bloodthirsty orcs. Elves too. Also, the entire game …

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Hands on with Leap of Fate

by 5 months ago

The roguelike category on Steam continues to expand at quite a clip, with developers finding more and more ways to innovate and experiment with the whole 'dynamic content and permadeath' routine. Leap …

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Elite thieves will get staff-based specialization in Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns

by 5 months ago

    The previews keep rolling in for Guild Wars 2's upcoming Heart of Thorns expansion! This time around it's the thief class to get the sneak peek treatment, with information now …

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    Explore the history of the first roguelikes with Dungeon H@cks – Book Review

    by 6 months ago

    Nowadays, it's hard to be a gamer and not come across the word 'roguelike' regularly. The term now occupies that uncomfortable spot between a concise summary of a game feature …

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    Streetpass fun with Ultimate Angler and Battleground Z

    by 9 months ago

      The Streetpass experience on the Nintendo 3DS has gotten a bit bigger, thanks the the addition of two new bite-sized titles: Ultimate Angler and Battleground Z. Available together for $7.99 …

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