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Escape From Tarkov (Closed Beta) Review – Finally Coming Into its Own

Escape From Tarkov
Battlestate Games

My friend and I had originally been against four Russian BEAR operators, but we’d whittled that number down to two. We were playing as Western USEC mercenaries, which stood for United Security, a sort of Blackwater outfit on steroids. 912 more words

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Deceit Review – Expect the Unexpected & Then Some


In a reductive sense, indie game developer Automoton’s Deceit, is game which is all about deception and trust. It has a pretty simple concept as well, one that I’m surprised nobody else has developed until now. 921 more words

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The Forest (Early Access) Review – A Truly Unique & Frightening Gaming Experience

The Forest
Endnight Games Ltd

My friend and I had taken our first foray into a cave tunnel, which was located not too far from our starter base. 1,026 more words

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Amnesia: The Dark Descent Review – The Scariest Game of the Last Decade

Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Frictional Games

I guided Daniel, Amnesia: The Dark Descent’s main protagonist, down the dark and foreboding hallway. My small lantern cast gloomy shapes across the moldy castle walls. 992 more words

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Conan Exiles (Early Access) Review – Funcom’s Fantasy Diamond in the Rough

Conan Exiles

I’ve been an unabashed fan of Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian ever since I was a wee lad. The fictional, quasi-prehistoric setting of the Hyborian Age has been attributed as the first sword and sorcery universe in our history. 959 more words

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds 1.0 Launch Review – Breaking Loose and Breaking New Records

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 1.0
PUBG Corporation

I think this Steam review by a random gamer sums it up quite succinctly:

“One, if not THE, most thrilling gaming experience I’ve ever had. 1,038 more words

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They Are Billions (Early Access) Review – Not Just Another Zombie Game

They Are Billions
Numantian Games

When I’d first caught drift of indie developer, Numantian Games’ They Are Billions, I was sort of just “meh.” Although it aspired to be a sort of combination of… 954 more words

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