Reviews

Mostly playable rubble: Homefront: The Revolution review

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Scare tactics is a timeless way of grabbing attention and making a group of people shift their focus. This is at the heart of many war stories, and that was …

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War pigs: Total War: Warhammer review

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Neverending war. The perennial military complex, gears turning to amass conflict after conflict, as generals loom over a table dotted with markings and figures. Much like a Black Sabbath song, …

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Impressive Oppression: Tropico 5 Penultimate Edition Review

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If you’ve ever dreamt of indulging in the joys of dictatorship, then Tropico 5 Penultimate Edition might be up your alley. As the all-powerful leader of an island nation, you’ll …

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An illustrated guide to Hell – Doom Prima Guide review

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Doom is a pretty straightforward game, but much like the original game, it’s also full of secrets. Authors Doug Walsh, Michael Owen, and Will Murray have teamed up with Prima …

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All of the devils are here – Doom review

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“Hell is empty, and all of the devils are here.” - William Shakespeare Doom is a pure shooter. It’s an amazing throwback to a time that has long since passed, …

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Everything obscured by the brightness: The Town of Light review

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Renee isn’t a criminal; she’s a confused and afraid 16-year-old girl who’s struggled with mental illness from a young age. However, even as recent as the early 20th century, the …

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Punked: Steam Time Review

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Steampunk, that amalgamation of Victorian-era charm and science fiction concepts inspired by the likes of Jules Verne, produces a certain romanticism. Steam-powered machines and lighter-than-air vehicles are a staple of …

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Guns blazing: Hover Junkers review

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The west is a lawless place. Even in the steampunk Western Hover Junkers, your only friend and companion is the gun strapped to your side and the horse you rode …

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Seeing is believing: HTC Vive review

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It’s hard to quantify and define the experience of virtual reality to an outside party. Words like “presence” and “immersion” come to mind, but don’t capture the effect of what …

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Racing hardware evolved – Thrustmaster T150 wheel review

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Thrustmaster has been making peripherals for the gaming enthusiast for a long time, but I’ve not had a chance to check out their more recent racing wheel options. When the …

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Dream the Dream – The Art of The Division book review

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“Before there is a game, we must dream about the dream itself” This forward, from Massive Entertainment’s Managing Director David Polfeldt, is a great way to open The Art of …

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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remastered Steam version review

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There are few games in the last 20 years that hold such a tender place in the hearts of gamers as Final Fantasy X and X-2. After seeing a release …

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