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Virginia - Review

Why are adventure games important? Because if the current state of the industry is anything to go off of, the adventure genre seems to be the only one capable o…

Simon Von Bill

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Divided We Fall - Quick Preview

If the RTS genre were anymore non-existent in 2016, it'd be rivaling Half Life 3. Enter: Divided We Fall, a World War II multiplayer RTS. Released in Steam Earl…

Simon Von Bill

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Verdun - Console Review

Military shooters are no stranger to World War II, Vietnam, modern day terrorist insurgency, and even the far off future, but what about World War I? Well Verdu…

Simon Von Bill

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Review

After 2014's utter disappointment known as Thief, Deus Ex fans began to wonder if maybe Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a fluke. So Eidos Montreal are back again …

Simon Von Bill

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Lawbreakers Alpha: Impressions

PLEASE NOTE: This game should not be compared to Overwatch as a clone in ANYWAY. They are totally DIFFERENT shooters in this genre! Where do I begin? Lawb…

Devan Beyer

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Review: Mighty No. 9

Like most of you, I was one of the people that was anticipating the release of Mighty No 9, a platforming shoot-em-up that was going to be a spiritual successor…

Cory Clearman

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7 Days to Die - PS4 port Review

What do you call a decent enough PC game ported poorly onto consoles? Well, now we can call it 7 Days to Die. Developed by The Fun Pimps and published by Tellta…

Simon Von Bill

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The Technomancer - Review

In an industry that has seemingly forgotten how to make a proper RPG, Spiders have to once again remind us what an actual RPG looks like; and that RPG is The Te…

Simon Von Bill

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Review: Kirby Planet Robobot

When it comes to fun game series, I have never not liked Kirby. It was literally the first video games that I ever got into ever since I could grip a controller…

Cory Clearman

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Lumino City: The Best Stop Motion Game You'll Ever Play

I really liked point and click PC games when I was growing up. I remember that my favorites were the Indiana Jones and Maniac Mansion series. I really have been…

Rob Houston