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:

TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

by , , , and 5 months ago

    This week we saw very little in new releases. We’re going to have to don our XE Batsuits in Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold Cold Heart DLC to get through …

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    This Time It Works! – Darks Souls 2 PC review & video

    by 5 months ago

    Dark Souls 2 has come to the PC, and while everything I wrote about the game in my PS3 review still holds true (short version: it's a fantastic game), the PC …

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    TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

    by , , , and 6 months ago

      Whether you’re hiding eggs for Easter, savoring the seder for Passover or just enjoying a beautiful spring weekend, one thing is for sure--we all will be playing video games. Here’s …

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      Grim Dawn hands-on preview

      by 6 months ago

      Crate Entertainment's Grim Dawn continues to develop as a Steam Early Access title, slowly adding features, acts and content as it makes its way towards its inevitable release later this …

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      Looking forward to Watch Dogs? Now look forward to the eBook!

      by 6 months ago

      If you've been suitably drawn in by glimpses of the Watch Dogs world but are hoping for a more cerebral and text-heavy affair than the game is likely to offer, …

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      Once more into the abyss – Dark Souls II Reviewed

      by 6 months ago

      Dark Souls, Demon's Souls... these are games I fell in love with the moment I played them. So much character they had! Beautifully depressing, their every environment conveying a kind …

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      TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

      by , , and 6 months ago

        April is a month associated with new beginnings. The buds of beautiful spring flowers burst to life from their frozen sleep, baseball fans flock to stadiums around the country as …

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        Blitzing Berlin! Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall reviewed

        by 6 months ago

        Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall is a rare case of DLC managing to provide a gameplay experience that not only matches the original core game content in quality, but actually surpasses it …

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        Galactic Civilizations III trailer released, alpha coming March 27

        by 6 months ago

        Fans of the Galactic Civilizations series of games, heads up! The trailer for the next game in this acclaimed 4x strategy series is available, along with news that the alpha …

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        A roguelike, dungeon-crawling masterpiece – Desktop Dungeons review

        by 7 months ago

        Start with all the essential ingredients to make a solid roguelike: randomly generated dungeons, multiple races, multiple classes, loot, permanent death and more. But instead of taking these individual pieces …

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        TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

        by , , , , and 7 months ago

          This is it. The last week of February has come to a close, and Saturday is the first day of a month where we will see a plethora of highly-anticipated …

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          Open-world puzzle solving: Hands on with Secrets of Rætikon

          by 8 months ago

          Broken Rules' Secrets of Rætikon is a Steam Early Access game that literally drops you out of the sky and down into a beautiful 2D world of open exploration and …

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