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  • Review: Wasteland 2

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 16, 2015 under Reviews
    Wasteland 2 is an exiting game that had me playing nearly every night, long after i had enough material for my review. Starting the game I was asked if I wanted to go with an existing party or create my own, so without question I’m making my own party. You have a lot of choices when you are customising your character, and if you want to take in that far you can give your character their own b... more.
  • Review: The Escapists: The Walking Dead

    1 CommentsPosted by on October 16, 2015 under Reviews
    I'd heard a lot about The Escapists before playing this sorta-sequel. It's a prison simulator, right? So, how would that translate to the brutal world of The Walking Dead? Well, the answer depends on what you're looking for. As a Walking Dead and Escapists game, Team17's The Escapists: The Walking Dead works very well, with prison life being traded for a harsh life running from the living dead. Bu... more.
  • Review: Broken Sword 5 – The Serpent’s Curse

    1 CommentsPosted by on August 31, 2015 under Featured, Reviews
    Starting with a quote from Friedrich Nietzsche's Beyond Good And Evil, you'd be forgiven for thinking you're going into a big and thought-provoking experience. But, other than a very interesting and deep discussion on free will with a topiary-loving gardener/mobster, Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse is a fun and colorful globe-trotting adventure with regular series protagonists George Stobbart ... more.
  • Bioshock Infinite

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 19, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    So the new installment of the Bioshock series has been possibly the most anticipated games of the decade so far. It saw a string of media upheavals from its initial announcement right up to its release, with more than a few fan boys (and girls) rubbing their hands together in mouth-watering excitement. I’ll be honest, I wasn't overly bothered by it leading up to the release and it wasn't in my t... more.
  • Dead Island Riptide: Strategy Guide Review

    2 CommentsPosted by on May 14, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    What do you use a strategy guide for? Finding those little secrets. A map to reference form. Some trouble with a level. To get that last achievement. Personally I do not really use them a lot but do use the occasional one if I'm having troubles with the game that I am playing, other then that I try to steer away from them and find things for myself. Looking at the Dead Island Ri... more.
  • Phantasy Star – Master System

    8 CommentsPosted by on May 4, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    No game has been so influential in it’s origins but so forgotten by a generation of role playing fanatics. Some games gave birth to the ideas of tactical game play  some gave artistic influences and some just emulated the previous and made better on the genre. One game however, invented an entire genre, reviewed gamer’s views on the perception of story telling and changed the face of gaming ... more.
  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 4, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    Far Cry 3 is definitely in my top 10 games of the current gen consoles, delivering a huge environment, a wide customizable arsenal and probably one of the best villains in videogame history. So with the game concluded where can we go from here? How about a completely different direction! Well some absolute genius came up with “Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon” and its protagonist “Rex Power Colt”... more.
  • Mars: War Logs Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 3, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    When I was downloading this game I was not too sure of what to expect from another RPG. I've played a few RPG's but in the end they all come down equipping a well powered gun and shooting things from a distance so that you will not have to take them on face to face. Mars: War Logs have gone with a different approach with a fresh combat system that works well, I have not played a game that has th... more.
  • Dead Island Riptide Review

    15 CommentsPosted by on April 29, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    This current generation is a funny one. Gamer's cry for sequels upon sequels and when the sequels have drained every last drop of blood and passion from the franchise, the cry for prequels are heard from far and wide. All these games are of course, from an original idea, an original source. What the dying days of this generation really needs are fresh, original ideas that transcend us to the next ... more.
  • March of the Eagles Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 18, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    March of the Eagles is a strategic focused RTS set in the Napoleonic wars. You choose to be one of many strong prosperous powers and the object of the game is to own the entirety of Europe, (and a little bit of Africa and Asia as well.) There’s a hugely in depth singleplayer, and even a multiplayer mode where you can team up and take over the entire continent with your friends The game itse... more.
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