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Rack it up — Pool Nation FX preview

by 8 months ago

Billiards is a classic and fun experience, real or otherwise, and is something that my generation’s childhood was typically littered with.  Pre-teen hangout spots, friend’s parent’s basements, and particularly nice …

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Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide review

by 8 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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Bring my righteous doodle down on you — Doodle God review

by 8 months ago

Deify me if you must, video game, but I don’t necessarily see myself as a God for simply creating the universe.  Perhaps when that doodled fire came near that doodled …

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Plan your attack – Epsilon preview

by 8 months ago

The idea of a squad of highly trained operatives infiltrating a locale with unknown numbers of terrorists warms the cockles of my heart. Perhaps it has to do with all …

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Assault Android Cactus reviewed

by 8 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 8 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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Here roams the Desert Rangers — Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut review

by 9 months ago

Usually when you think of the apocalyptic wastes from some of your favorite games, the mind travels to a place where great evil exists, delivering a snapshot of some brutal …

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Crime, punishment, and valuation — Prison Architect review

by 9 months ago

While the politics surrounding criminal punishment and the prison system remain controversial and deeply dividing, the one thing that we can all agree on is that prisons are a necessity. …

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Act of Aggression is aggressively mediocre

by 9 months ago

Act of Aggression reminds me of the original Command and Conquer, the one from Westwood that started it all.  Don't get me wrong, Act of Aggression is solid.  A handful …

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Not yet ruined — Rack N Ruin review

by 9 months ago

Sometimes even a murderous demon deserves a second chance.  Rarely does a soul shackled by evil redeem itself, just as rarely does a lackluster game suddenly gain appeal.  That does …

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Tear their heads off! Blood Bowl II reviewed

by 9 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 9 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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