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Taking the long road — Via Appia Review

by 9 months ago

They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day. I have a feeling that neither were their roads. With Rome being a major port for trade and culture, the reach …

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Big Damn Heroes – Firefly: The Game Review

by 9 months ago

Modern Cult Science Fiction. Also known as Firefly. Like being hipster before it was cool, people didn’t know what Firefly was until Fox decided to cancel the series. Only then …

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Asgard’s Chosen Review – The allfather of a new world but not its king

by 9 months ago

Interacting with gods can be difficult. You want them to do something nice for you now, like give you a new car, but in the long run you want to …

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Watch out for flying daikaiju — Tsuro of the Seas Review

by 9 months ago

While producing a game may be difficult, coming out with a sequel can be an even bigger challenge.  How different must a game be to make it worthy of a …

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Vicious eye candy – Review of Seasons

by 9 months ago

C20H25N30 — lysergic acid diethylamide. LSD. Acid. Back in the trippy days of LP records, half the experience of visiting a music store was found in the panoply of colorful …

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Molto Bene! Cinque Terre

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Along a sun-drenched swath of the Italian Riviera lay the Cinque Terre, five towns resisting the temptations of progress in favor of a brand of life resembling the local vintage …

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Run for your lives! – City of Horror review

by 9 months ago

Zombies are everywhere! Seriously... everywhere. On TV, in movies, books, comics... I am sure there is a song about zombies. They have taken over our pop culture. Boardgames have not …

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The fighting game of the year isn’t on any console — BattleCON: Devastation of Indines

by 9 months ago

I have been a fan of fighting games since the token-eating machine Street Fighter II was released. I remember looking at strategy guides and trying to memorize the character moves. …

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Koryo: A kick-butt Korea that never was

by 9 months ago

Steampunk is usually set in England, but imagine if it was set in Korea. Your goal is to become the most influential person in this ancient yet modern world by …

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Play This, Not That! – A Dozen Better Board Games

by 10 months ago

Eat This, Not That! is one of the bestselling books of the last decade. In its pages, you learn how to eat better. Now before you panic, Gaming Trend is …

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Life and Death at the Top of the World – Review of Expedition: Northwest Passage

by 10 months ago

The HMS Terror. A frightening name--and a premonition. Along with the HMS Erebus, these mid-19th century science ships vanished in the Arctic with expedition commander Sir John Franklin and their …

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Dead Panic surrounds you with zombies

by 10 months ago

There are many pieces of good advice if the zombie apocalypse breaks out. Don't get surrounded by zombies would be the first piece of advice I'd follow, a lesson that …

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