At Last, Your Chance at Ascension — Athlas Duel for Divinity Review

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This is the moment you have been waiting for. You are a young Athilian participating in one final test of creation and destruction. You will face your opponent in one …

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What Romans Built in a Day — Praetor Review

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Romans usually conjure up images of gladiators, togas, and Julius Caesar. Often forgotten is how great the Romans were at building things. Sure, they gave us the Colosseum, but they …

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Ropin’ the Wind – El Gaucho review

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El Gaucho is a set collection game where players take on the role of cattle ranchers in Mexico sending out “gauchos” (basically “cowboy” in Spanish) to rope cattle and collect …

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A Grave Dishonor — Samurai Omnibus Vol. 1 Review

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I love little else like a good mystery, memorable characters, and a taste of foreign culture. Samurai gave me none of these things. The first four volumes of Titan Comic’s …

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Sumo Titanium Review — Good for the butt, good for the soul

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For those of you who are longtime readers, you know that I've been on a personal quest to fill the bucket list of all the toys my mom never let …

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Full of sound and fury — Rainbow Six: Siege review

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Tactical play is a hallmark of the Rainbow Six series. Although differing in intensity, each entry has tried to put a spin on the methodical operations of various renowned international …

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Shine a light to scare the monsters away — Bulb Boy review

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When the team at Bulbware emailed me about reviewing their horror game Bulb Boy, they described the game as “gross and cute.” Having played it, I’d say it’s hard to …

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Just have some fun — Just Cause 3 review

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One series that has always known how to have fun is Just Cause. With the first game, developer Avalanche Studios seemed to have a clear vision, but its execution was …

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Coming ’round that mountain – Vahalla Hills review

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There are lots of different strategy games, all catering to a variety of tastes that only get broader as the gaming hobby continues to find new members. Valhalla Hills looks …

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A wheelie good time — Motorclub Bikes review

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Driveclub is not Gran Turismo. Despite sharing a genre and PlayStation exclusivity, Driveclub always feels like a clunkier, but competent, little brother. Like other “little brothers” of this world, Driveclub …

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Mismatched crafting — Minecraft: Story Mode “The Last Place You Look” review

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[The following is part three of our ongoing Minecraft: Story Mode review. Check out part two here.] Minecraft: Story Mode’s third episode, “The Last Place You Look” meanders aimlessly through …

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That’s no moon — Star Wars Battlefront review

by 3 months ago

Nostalgia is a powerful tool. It signifies an emotional attachment to something, and that’s valuable in its own right. Games like Shovel Knight or Pillars of Eternity wouldn’t have happened …

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