Medieval Meddling with Fidelitas

by 2 months ago

Medieval citizens were a real pain. Whether they were complaining about taxes, rights, or the occasional bubonic plague, it seemed they were never satisfied. In Green Couch’s Fidelitas, those pesky …

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Shootin’ Away the Competition — Doomtown: Reloaded Review

by 2 months ago

In the town of Gomorra, California, the conflict between the Sheriff's Law Dogs and the outlaw Sloane Gang has no end in sight. Shootouts have lead to mass casualties on …

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Running on rose-colored fumes — Supercharged Robot VULKAISER review

by 2 months ago

Supercharged Robot VULKAISER is at its best when playing off Saturday morning cartoon tropes and humor. Some Voltron, some Gundam, mix in some “All Your Base”-esque dialogue, and that’s a …

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Clever girl: Lego Jurassic World review

by 2 months ago

Lego Jurassic World is a love letter to fans of the iconic film franchise. The moment Jurassic Park's theme song started I was instantly back in 1993 and nostalgia wrapped …

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Ripples on a quiet lake — Lanterns: The Harvest Festival Review

by 2 months ago

Lanterns: The Harvest Festival is one of the most purely relaxing games I have played in a long while.  If first time designer Christopher Chung was shooting for “sitting on …

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A Day in Wine Country — Viticulture Review

by 2 months ago

I enjoy the occasional glass of wine. I don’t know much about it though and truth be told I’m probably more of a beer drinker. Sometimes I’ll like one wine …

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Old school dungeon diving in New Tokyo — Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy review

by 2 months ago

At one time to get a full RPG experience you needed to be sitting in front of a TV with a console in front of you. As technology moved forward …

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Blessed by the Gods — Deus Review

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Building a finely-tuned economy is important in almost all Euro-style games. The critical decision players must make is when to stop focusing on their economic engine and start turning resources …

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Give me a damn GPS – KHOLAT Review

by 3 months ago

I’ve spent a fair amount of time in video games wandering around aimlessly. Sometimes the aimlessness is due to being stuck on a puzzle and retreading ground in a desperate …

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A slice of beauty – The Fruit of Grisaia review

by 3 months ago

The Fruit of Grisaia is a great story. I was worried about the translation, as this is an adaptation of the original Japanese release, and the reason why is because …

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In Which We Carve Our Glorious Name Into The Desert Rock- Kemet Review

by 3 months ago

The ancient Egyptian-themed Kemet is, in broadest terms, a dudes-on-a-map war game, and it’s hard to see a dudes-on-a-map war game and not think of Risk. Almost everyone’s played Risk and …

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Release the Kraken — A Monstrous Review

by 3 months ago

Playing a god is not a novel concept in the world of board gaming. Whether you are building an empire, expanding a civilization, or fighting a war, board games allow …

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