A Different Kind of War: They Who Were 8 Review

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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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A True Epic: Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization

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I have played numerous civilization games, and many of them are quite good. Nations, Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age, and Clash of Cultures are just a handful of …

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Strategy-lite, filthy casual’s delight: Halo Wars 2 review

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Halo Wars 2, in many ways, picks up right where the original Halo Wars left off. The story jumps forward through slip space 28 years and straight into the current …

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If I had a Digimon, I’d Digimon in the morning: Digimon World: Next Order review

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Digimon has always felt like the weird cousin of the monster collecting games, not quite as stylish and dramatic as its more celebrated counterpart. However, Digimon has a charm to …

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Plastic bits having nighttime fits: Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found review

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Toys coming alive is somehow a consistently winning formula. Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found takes that formula and plunges it into a melodramatic darkness, pitting you against hordes of …

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I can bearly contain myself: Bear With Me Ep 2

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Paper City and its seedy underbelly are ready to be explored in Bear With Me Episode 2. Amber and Ted take to the gritty, monochromatic streets as they continue their …

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“Wool story bro, tell it again” Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World review

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While the Wii U is officially discontinued and will not have any more first-party titles after Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild comes out, the 3DS is still alive …

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Get the dirt and get out: Beholder review

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Dark and engrossing, Beholder takes a realistic look at life in a totalitarian state. Do you perform your job as assigned, look out for your family first and foremost, or …

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Battles, blitz, and Baeme: Arelite Core review

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It seems these days that JRPGs are taking cues from western influences and developing into open-world, cinematic sprawls. This isn’t a bad thing necessarily, but it does make the times …

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Ultimate comfort – RapidX Ferrino Gaming Chair review

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I’ve got 53 hours commanding my team in XCOM 2. I’ve trekked 49 hours with friends in Borderlands 2. The Dragon Age Trilogy soaked me for over 300 hours, and …

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Search for the Kodama: Nioh review

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After over 12 years in development, Nioh plays like a compilation of every hack-and-slash RPG since the early 2000s, and while it’s almost tempting to write off most of the …

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Yes it Does: Bulldogs: Scifi that Kicks Ass! Review

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Two great empires, wrapped in their majesty and history, watch one another with wary eyes from across a neutral expanse known as the Frontier. Within this untouched stretch of stars …

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