Game Review

JJ Wars Battlefront – Reviewed

What was your first Star Wars moment? I began at an early age, it was the first movie I watched in a theater- that’s how far back it starts for me. From the late 70s on, Star Wars would have a significant impact on my life. After the first hundred viewings, they became more than just mere …

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Albert&Otto REVIEW

Try to imagine this scenario: you are playing a round of chess with an old rival. You observe his carefully positioned pieces, a few masterful moves later you have him under the gun, check! In the same moment as you grin with satisfaction, someone squirts you in the eye with lemon juice. You reel …

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EARLY ACCESS: Lego Worlds

  Up until this point the Lego video game developed by Traveler’s Tales have been casual games based on popular franchises. Play any of the games, and enemies or objects that are destroyed explode into smaller Lego pieces. Is there anyone out there who hasn’t played with Legos as a child or with …

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EARLY ACCESS: Blacksea Odyssey

  Is it too early to start tossing names in a hat for indie game of 2016? Early last month we began coverage of Blacksea Odyssey, and now the Alpha Access (click to signup) is finally here. If you did not sign up for alpha demo access, there’s no time like the present. …

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Early Access: Sky Arena – Starfox Inspired Arena Combat

Console exclusives were dreamt up in a smoke filled room. Perhaps a rotund mafia don, puffing on a cigar thought up the notion of monopolizing game fans. There is no denying that this hardline sales tactic works for establishing a consumer base. How often are we PC gamers sitting around watching a title snub PC gamers …

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Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide: Review

You survived the Skaven onslaught with a razor’s margin of health left to your name. You’re teetering on the thin line where one basic attack will push you over the edge of death’s yawning abyss. Your weapon is splattered from gore and viscera after cutting and crushing a trail of …

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This Game Hits One Out of The Park: REVIEW

Clapping echoes from your footsteps disturb the night and the silence. With each footstep, the moist dirty sidewalk crunches beneath your soles.  You glance back. There’s nothing there. You glance back again. This time you are unsure if there is someone or something in the shadows. Two distant silhouettes saunter out into dim street …

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Someone Murder, Murder… Please? REVIEW

It’s Friday night, and you decide to take a good friend to the movies, that will equate to about two hours worth of entertainment. Or maybe instead, you order pizza, have some beers and do the same at home with a television show- that’s about an hour’s worth of entertainment (at the least). Even a …

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EARLY ACCESS: Wut da … is Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh?

The Doorways horror series ran into some obstacles on the road to recognition. Critic views on the first three chapters have not been outstanding. Fan appreciation, in contrast, has increased with each game release. Developer Saibot Studios is aiming to make the final chapter, the ultimate horror experience. I haven’t played the previous three chapters, so …

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Dodging Meteors To The Head In: Planetbase REVIEW

When you want to make a few hours vanish, turn on a good city building game. How exactly do these types games accomplish that so effortlessly? Is it that need to see your initial ideas pan out? And as those initial build ideas come to light you see so many possibilities to …

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