Playing God: Torment: Tides of Numenera review

by 3 weeks ago

When it first launched on Kickstarter, Torment: Tides of Numenera seemed like a dream come true. A spiritual successor to the innovative 90’s PC RPG Planescape Torment, set in a …

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Strategic Advancement: 1754 Conquest Review

by 3 weeks ago

You may recognize the American Revolution as the war that created the United States, but the groundwork for that rebel uprising started a couple decades earlier with the French & …

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Let’s Get Our Feet Wet – Imperial Settlers: Atlanteans

by 3 weeks ago

In the list of games that I forget I love, Imperial Settlers might be up at the top. Only problem is that I always seem to forget that. Everything about …

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Cor Blimey! Dragon Quest VIII: The Journey of the Cursed King

by 4 weeks ago

Some games are classic and ageless, standing the test of time, and shining bright remake after remake. I desperately want to say that Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed …

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Super Trooper: Tank Troopers Review

by 4 weeks ago

Tank Troopers isn’t presumptuous. It features sizeable arenas, but it never attempts to create its own world, and it’s populated by endearing characters, but it doesn’t give them any sort …

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Break me out to the ball game: Aliens Go Home Run review

by 4 weeks ago

Tetris, Pac-Man, Space Invaders. These franchises have been in the gaming market for decades, and even though the industry changed, a lot of the arcade classics have stood the test …

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Dynasty, gorier: Berserk and the Band of the Hawk review

by 1 month ago

Berserk and Dynasty warriors seem like a match made in gaming heaven. After all, both feature similar elements: a one-man-army with a ridiculous weapon facing down hordes of enemies in …

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I’m Not Happy to See You: Pocket Madness Review

by 1 month ago

Cthulhu and his mythos are far too often thrown around games and media for no reason and with little respect to the source material. Pocket Madness is no real exception, …

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Deadliest Warrior but better: For Honor Review

by 1 month ago

You know a game is engaging when you have to physically pry yourself from it just so you can write a review. For Honor has taken the all too familiar …

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Abbreviated Virtual Violence – John Wick Chronicles VR Review

by 1 month ago

The John Wick movies are pure adrenaline-fueled action, mixing martial arts, gratuitous gunplay violence, and a slick cinematography that keeps you invested in the gore and grit. It’s also very …

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Dawn of the droids: Horizon Zero Dawn review

by 1 month ago

“What if we lost?” This is the central question of many works of science fiction, and Guerrilla Games' upcoming open-world action game, Horizon Zero Dawn, follows that long tradition. In …

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A Different Kind of War: They Who Were 8 Review

by 1 month ago

A tale is spun of ancient gods, not for the last time, but for the first. They weave themselves into the people’s memories that they might be worshipped and adored. …

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