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Battlefield I Review – One Epic Gaming Extravaganza

Battlefield I
Dice/Electronic Arts

As a student of martial history, and an avid life-long gamer, I’ve always wondered why no one has ever created a game that features World War I as its primary backdrop. 1,390 more words

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Mortal Kombat XL Review – A Near-Flawless Victory

Mortal Kombat XL
Netherrealm Studios/Warner Bros. Interactive

First off, I just have to say that back in the day when people still used to pump quarters into video game consoles in the old, now defunct video game arcades, more often than not, I’d chose to deposit mine into Street Fighter games. 1,050 more words

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Syndrome Review – Boilerplate but Manages Some Creepiness

Camel 101/BIGMOON Entertainment

There have been a whole plethora of survival horror games that have come out in recent years. This new wave of horror was spurred on by the Penumbra series by Frictional games almost a decade ago, which quickly amassed quite a cult following. 1,273 more words

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Oriental Empires (Early Access) Review – An Excellent Strategy Entry

Oriental Empires
NTronium Games/Iceberg Interactive

Growing up, I watched my fair share of kung-fu films, as well as epic period movies that were based in ancient China. 1,069 more words

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How to Survive 2 Review – A Unique Spin on a Near-Dead Genre

How to Survive 2
EKO Software/505 Games

As you may have noticed, unless you’ve been living underneath a rock, the whole zombie craze has really overstayed its welcome and ran its course quite some time ago. 1,208 more words

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Rust (Early Access) Review – A Game I Love to Hate

Facepunch Studios

My gaming buddy and I began our recent game of Rust as we normally did—or rather, as everyone does on a typical Rust server. 1,365 more words

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Titan Quest Anniversary Edition Review – The Version We’ve All Been Waiting for

Titan Quest Anniversary Edition Review
Ironlore/THQ Nordic

Ever since my early days I’ve been a fan of pen and paper RPGs. In fact, I still am, as nothing can quite compare to their organic feel as you play through a campaign, whether it be set in a post-apocalyptic, western, science fiction, or fantasy settings, with the latter being my favorite. 1,007 more words

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