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We take to the skies with World of Warplanes

by 8 months ago

There are 75 million people registered in World of Tanks, with 1.1 million peak concurrent players. Let that number sink in - 75 million is more than any MMO on …

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Those Endearing Old Charms – Teslagrad

by 9 months ago

If there is one emotion that games can capture better than any other medium, it is wonder. What does that button do? Where do I go now? What happens if …

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Some Things are Better Left Behind — Blacksoul

by 9 months ago

In 2005, three games irrevocably altered the survival horror genre. Through the 90s and early 2000s, survival horror had essentially followed the template laid down by 1996’s Resident Evil--relying on …

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Roguelike platformer chaos done right – Risk of Rain review

by 9 months ago

Risk of Rain combines the perma-death challenge and randomized loot of a Roguelike game with old-school sidescroller platformer mechanics, all bound together with a sci-fi and pixel art presentation. The …

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Mectoids, Genetics, and new threats – a review of XCOM: Enemy Within

by 10 months ago

David Roberts did our original review of XCOM: Enemy Unknown on the PC, and I played it on the Xbox 360. I loved it so much that I picked it …

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Deadfall Adventures, dead boring

by 10 months ago

Once in a while, a game comes along that completely blows you off your lid. The credits roll, and your mouth still hangs open in awe. You can’t find anything …

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Beauty is the Beast–Blood of the Werewolf

by 10 months ago

I’ve restarted this review about three times now because I’ve yet to find an adequate way to compose the conflicting emotions and criticisms that Blood of the Werewolf set roiling …

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All bark and no fright — Slender: The Arrival Review

by 10 months ago

Although die-hard horror fans will argue that it never truly went away, the genre seems to have made a resurgence in recent years. Recent entries into the fray like Amnesia …

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Beautiful loser–Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Premium Edition

by 10 months ago

There’s something special about a good B movie. You know the type--that kind of hugely ambitious movie that clearly escaped the director’s control. That brilliant flick where the budget clearly …

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Battlefield 4 raises the bar for multiplayer warfare

by 10 months ago

The Battlefield franchise has a history of setting the standard for squad-based multiplayer gameplay. With Battlefield 4, DICE has done it again, skillfully capturing what made its previous release such …

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You won’t like me when I’m angry… — LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

by 10 months ago

A great many games have arisen from the playtime juggernaut that is LEGO, with some classics (remember LEGO Island?) and some that fell short of the mark. However, LEGO has …

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This game’s anything but — FORCED

by 10 months ago

“Auuuggghh, I’m so close! Maybe I’ll just set it down for a little while, then come back to it.” This is a phrase I found myself saying over and over …

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