Beware of the Black Fleet

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You are sailing across the seven seas. Salty air whips cross your sails, filling your lungs with the power of the ocean. You are about to head to port and …

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Alien: Isolation Review – This is Rumor Control. Here are the facts!

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Alien was released on an unsuspecting audience in 1979 by director Ridley Scott.  The beginning of the movie moves at a glacial pace, setting the stage for the feast of …

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Growing up is hard — The Walking Dead: Season 2 review

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Something about Season 2 of The Walking Dead left me wanting. Maybe it's the lack of that fresh feeling of a breakthrough experience. Maybe it's the sophomore hangover after Telltale …

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The Evil Within Review – Perversity is the human thirst for self-torture

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If you don’t immediately know the name Shinji Mikami, he and others at Capcom are the reason why we have survival horror games in the first place. Credited as the …

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Playing History – Review of Freedom: The Underground Railroad

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When you’re a resident of a little town of about 3,700, it’s unheard of to find anything local on the map of an award-winning board game. Yet there’s tiny Ripley, …

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Test your humor reflex – Knee Jerk review

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How funny are you? Are you any good at making your friends laugh? What about staying on-topic? Can you add to the subject at hand without going off on a …

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New dogs, old tricks — Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

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Non-sequels have become a standard in our industry. When a company wants to make a new game for a franchise, but doesn’t want it to be a direct follow-up, it’s …

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Will the light conquer the darkness? — Quarriors Light vs Dark Review

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Quarriors has been a popular game for a while now, with a single core set and four expansions, giving the game plenty of variety and adding new concepts to make …

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The power of the cube compels you! – Hyperborea

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I read somewhere that more than two hundred games were released at GenCon a few weeks ago. That is a lot of cardboard and plastic. Hyperborea was one of those …

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A brutal beauty only graphics-deep — Ryse: Son of Rome PC Review

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They say history is doomed to repeat itself. Indeed, it seems enemies will always put their explosive content in red, shiny barrels and bosses’ weak spots will always glow. Launch …

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Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition review

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Oh, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, you disappoint me so much. Two years ago, you came out for PC and consoles, and no one really knew what to make of you. …

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Astro’s mobile minded A38 bluetooth headset is a charmer

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Astro is known for their high-end gaming headsets, but they’re missing out on a vast demographic of people who consume the bulk of their entertainment through mobile devices. The A38 …

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