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Doom Review – Flashback to the Future?

id Software/Bethesda

Many months ago, when I’d originally heard about id Software (the developer) and Bethesda (the publisher) teaming up in order to produce the next Doom game, I was ecstatic. 1,204 more words


Stellaris Review – A Grand Affair

Paradox Interactive

Stellaris, Stellaris, Stellaris…where have you been all of these years? I almost feel like calling out, just as Marlon Brando once did: “Stellaaaaa…ris!” In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, … 1,288 more words


Rainbow Six: Siege Dust Line DLC Review – Does it Add Enough?

Rainbow Six: Siege Dust Line

When Rainbow Six: Siege was released last year it really changed the way the gaming PC world looked at modern first-person shooters. 1,253 more words


Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza Review – Cool, Calm, & Killing

Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza
Io Interactive

After I reviewed the first Hitman episode back in April, many of my fellow gamers out there seemed a little confused as to where the whole series was going. 1,078 more words


Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Review – Fire All Broadsides!

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada
Tindalos Interactive

I recently fired up Tindalos Interactive’s new Warhammer 40K space game, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada, after a gaming friend had been ranting and raving about it. 1,188 more words


Offworld Trading Company Review – The Wolf of…Mars Street

Offworld Trading Company

I just love me space-based strategy games. There’s nothing like a good ol’ space 4X title that lets you e(x)plore your surrounding areas and scout out new territories and star systems, e(x)pand your fledging empire—usually by sending out colony ships and populating new planets and planetoids, e(x)ploiting the resources of your burgeoning dominion in order to build up your civilization and its military, and then of course e(x)terminate your adversaries. 1,175 more words


Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Review – The Last Gasp of a Dying Breed

Baldur’s Gate: Siege of Dragonspear

I must admit that I’m a proud undercover role-playing geek. “How can you be proud of something that makes you want to be undercover about it, Ian?”—I can hear you all collectively asking right now in your noggins. 1,175 more words