Tag Archives: action

REVIEW: JYDGE

There’s a scene in Back To The Future II, where Doc Brown turns to Marty and says “Justice moves swiftly in the future now that they’ve abolished all lawyers”. Of course, the next evolution of that concept would be the Judge Dredd comics. A bad ass with the powers of …

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The Division 1.7 Patch Adds A Host of New Features

With the release of Update 1.7 for The Division, players will receive a number of significant changes that should revitalize their methodical hunts through infected New York City. One significant change will be the addition of new global events. This new event rewards in tokens which in turn can be …

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REVIEW: Fictorum

Games that center around a certain gimmick, tend to make gamers on a budget nervous. Rightfully so, who wants to get burned on yet another bad game with a singular hook? Fictorum holds its hand out offering physics and explosions galore, but does it hold up? Fictorum, might just be the …

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REVIEW: Solstice Chronicles: MIA ?

It’s you and the grimy overheated cannons transfixed to your white knuckle grips. Then before you a sea of mottled flesh, claws, and snarling fangs a view that only last for seconds. Soon their exploding masses and squeals of agony echo with flashes of light with waves of flames. There …

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PREVIEW: Party Hard II – Can’t Stop This Party Yall!

    Nearly two years have passed since Darius, a serial killer with serious dance skills, first donned a hockey mask and terrorized pixel party goers across the United States. For those of you who missed the first game, Darius is awakened during the early hours of the night by …

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FORCED Showdown: REVIEW

FORCED Showdown is the result of a team of people who surely played a lot of CCGs and MOBAs and decided “We can do all of this in one compelling single player package”. Not quite the two genres I would pick to stand next to each in any way. In this …

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Someone has set us up the Bombshell: Review

Bombshell is a new isometric action RPG releasing today on STEAM, hailed by some as the “spiritual successor” of one of PC gaming’s most iconic characters of all time Duke Nukem. During the zenith of Duke’s popularity, it was synonymous with ostentatious sexual themes, over the top violence, and irreverent humor, but also enjoyed …

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Slicing Brazilian Folklore in Daily Espada REVIEWED

  South and Central American mythologies are perhaps not as popular as Greek and Roman mythologies, but nonetheless they are equally unique and intriguing. Brazilian folklore is one example, their stories and myths are the result of their rich blended mixture of peoples. You have African slaves who brought over their …

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How much entertainment volume, does Volume hold?

Making a game is easy. Making a good game is not easy, let alone a good game by a one man production company. That is about as common as passing 24K gold kidney stones. Mike Bithell has already struck such rare gold with his first solo project, Thomas Was Alone. It’s fair …

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