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King of Tombstone? – Review of Desperados of Dice Town

by 1 day ago

Board gaming has seen an explosion in dice-based games in the last few years, reflecting the popularity of King of Tokyo, Quarriors, Zombie Dice, Alien Frontiers, Castles of Burgundy, the …

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New content, familiar game – Resogun Review

by 6 days ago

When I originally reviewed Resogun, I deemed it a premier launch title for the PS4. It's a fast-paced side-scrolling shooter with beautiful visuals and an electrifying soundtrack. It also makes …

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Whiz! Bam! Pow! — DC Comics Deck-Building Game and Heroes Unite review

by 7 days ago

I've been a fan of deck-building games since Dominion served as a gateway into the world of board gaming a couple of years ago. Since then, I've cooled a bit …

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Sniping is poetry in slow motion, up until you pull the trigger – Sniper Elite 3 Review

by 1 week ago

I can’t honestly tell you why I’ve never played a Sniper Elite game. The first title was released on the original Xbox, with a follow-up hitting two years ago telling …

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Still meching to its own beat – Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn review

by 2 weeks ago

Koei’s Warriors franchise is a lot like the Hostess Cakes of videogames. Sure they aren’t particularly good and just different versions of the same thing, but when you have a …

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Damn Yankees! The South Shall Rise Again

by 2 weeks ago

You’re reading this review for one of three reasons: 1) You like zombie games and want to see what this affordable entry in the genre is all about. 2) You’ve …

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Autosport asphyxiation — GRID: Autosport review

by 2 weeks ago

Most racing games are way too easy. Kick the vehicle into high gear, smash through braking opponents, take shortcuts when available, never play by the rules of the road and …

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A gem of a game — Splendor review

by 2 weeks ago

Poker chips, cards, and a few cardboard tiles. The unassuming components make Splendor appear quaint. The cover of the box show an elderly gentleman holding several different gemstones, as if …

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A Song of War — A Game of Thrones: The Board Game, 2nd Edition

by 2 weeks ago

As a late-thirty something, I grew up when strategy board gaming reached its zenith of popularity and execution. Diplomacy remains the gold standard for hardcore paranoia for serious hobbyists with …

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Take two cloves of garlic and call me in the morning – Gothic Doctor review

by 2 weeks ago

Medical school never prepared you for this. You are well versed in state-of-the-art 1850s medical treatment - prescribing arsenic for cholera patients, or a generous application of leeches for typhoid. …

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We marvel at the updates that Heroes 2015 brings

by 2 weeks ago

Marvel Heroes 2015 isn't a new title so much as a patch to Marvel Heroes, so why are we reviewing it? Well in fact the changes have been significant, from …

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Dis-Kinected : Sports Rivals sets the bar too low.

by 3 weeks ago

If you’re one of the millions of owners of the Xbox One console, you might find it odd that the Kinect camera has barely any motion control games. Though It’s …

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