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A club above: Football Manager 17 review

by 9 months ago

I guess that 2016 has taught me one important lesson:  I really don’t know much about anything at all in this strange and fascinating world. I was wrong on what …

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Take road watching to the next level: Motorsport Manager review

by 9 months ago

We all love to race, and love to be witness to a good race as well. Three times a year, the entire country watches a gaggle of horses sprint in …

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Hat trique: Franchise Hockey Manager 3 review

by 9 months ago

I’ve reviewed the other Franchise Hockey Manager releases in the past, and those reviews still provide a great view into that specific release. If I copied that exact review over …

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For the Emperor! Hands on with Space Hulk: Deathwing

by 9 months ago

Space Hulk: Deathwing (hereafter "Deathwing") is fast approaching its December 9th release date, and I've managed to sink my claws into the multiplayer co-op beta. For those of you who …

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Mysterium coming to mobiles and PC

by 9 months ago

At GenCon 2015 a huge buzz was wrapped around Mysterium.  The line to get it filled up for the few copies sold.  It's available easily now, but Asmodee digital and …

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Empires are hard: Civilization VI

by 10 months ago

Opening Civilization VI for the first time is like opening Photoshop for the first time; it's slightly overwhelming, with buttons, drop downs, tools and information everywhere, and you generally have …

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Mobile and web publisher Kongregate coming to Steam

by 10 months ago

Kongregate, a publisher of free-to-play mobile and flash games, has announced it will start bringing its games to PC via Steam. Co-founder and president Emily Greer said in the company’s …

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WAAAGH: Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade review

by 10 months ago

The prospect of an online multiplayer Warhammer 40k shooter is something I've been dreaming about for a while. I'm one of those guys who loves the 40k universe despite never …

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You cannot avoid death: Neurovoider review

by 10 months ago

Finding the right balance between fun and difficulty in video games isn’t an easy task for developers, but developer Flying Oaks mixes the right formula. Neurovoider is a retro rogue-like …

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Colt Express in the palm of your hand

by 10 months ago

Colt Express has been a popular programming game with a great 3D train for the "board."  Soon we won't need to worry about putting all those train cars together, or …

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Regalia gets a new release date, multi-language support

by 11 months ago

Described as Disgaea meets Persona, Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs is putting a western twist on the strategy JRPG genre. Successfully crowd-funded in July of 2015, Regalia's projected release date of …

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Academy Games’ 1775: Rebellion comes to Steam

by 11 months ago

Academy Games is well known for creating entertaining games while retaining historical elements.  While it doesn't seem like the Revolutionary War would be a great conflict for a game, Academy …

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