Game Review

The Culling – Early Access Preview

Fans of Japanese cult horror favorite Battle Royale (and I am one of those), might want to take note of The Culling, released this week on Steam’s Early Access Program. A multiplayer survival action game, played from a first person perspective, where players maim each other until only one survives. …

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Diving Through the Layers of Fear – REVIEW

What person can say they have never experienced fear? While at times it can cause us to behave in an irrational manner; panic and anxieties can induce us towards actions that enable self preservation. Fear is not a unilateral from person to person, it differs. Our reactions to threats, perceived or …

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Heaven’s Hope – Review

Portrayals of super-natural figures from the Christian mythos tend to be uneven: there’s often a heavy bias towards the superstars, with Jesus and Lucifer getting the lion’s share of attention (sorry, Daniel). Heaven’s Hope takes a different approach, telling a story centered around angel-in-training Talorel. The introduction sequence leaves you …

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Blacksea Odyssey Releases On Steam’s Early Access

It was a warm February in Florida. Our three days of harsh mid-50 degree winter days long gone. To my left, half my kids were busy making sand castles. To my right, the older kids who were “too cool” for sand castles were just prancing around dabbing and flinging handfuls of …

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Pesadelo – Regressão – Or Why Brazilian Cemeteries Stain Your Pants – Review

Nightmare – Regression. That is what the game’s title means, and what first time developer Skyjaz Games was hoping to capture with their horror game Pesadelo – Regressão. First time horror releases from indie sources are commonly plagued with many crude, low-production game elements. Does this entry live up to its chilling namesake? Judging from early …

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Life in Bunker – Review

Air sirens dismember the tranquility of a day at the park. A flash of bright light and everything is consumed. It’s a nuclear holocaust. Humanity and pigeons are almost entirely wiped out. Except you, and ten others who’ve made it to a Vault-Boy-less bunker deep underground. There you are elected the …

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Just Chillin…With A Perfect Universe : Review

Perfect Universe is a diverse, physics based platformer. No one walks into a restaurant expecting to see “Tomato Soup” as the only item on the menu.  Perfect Universe’s hook is variety, offering a bundle of choices built around a core mechanic. With nine different game types in all, there’s enough diversity to appease a hungry gamer’s …

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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc – Review

As an avid fan of Spike Chunsoft’s hit series, Danganronpa, I was pleasantly surprised when I was informed of its recent PC release. On Thursday, February 18th, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc was ported to Steam. This visual novel is considered a definite must-have for any JRPG fan, or, rather, anyone …

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Dying Light: The Following & Enhanced Edition – Review

I’m running. I know I am. It’s so dark. Running blind, am I any closer to safety? Rain drops pelt my face. The sawing sounds of my labored breathing cutting through the splashes from each step. I trip, but catch myself against a tree. That’s when I see it. It’s the distinct …

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Tom Clancy’s The Division A Look At The BETA

If you’ve never been to New York City, then let me just say there’s one thing there’s never a shortage of there: people. The population explosion can be overwhelming for some. Keeping 8.4 million residents relatively safe, with full city services, and governmental infrastructure is a hefty task, taken for granted. In …

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