Yearly Archives: 2018

Hunt: Showdown First Impressions – A Horrifically Promising Diamond Emerging From the Rough

Posted on by
Hunt: Showdown Crytek Quite a while back, a gamer friend of mine hipped me to a survival horror title that really seemed intriguing. Hunt: Showdown as it is known, was very early in development at the time, and although I saw its promise it was way too rough to be released as an Alpha. Interestingly enough, around that same time Continue Reading...

Squad (Alpha Update 10) Review – The Great Military Shooter is Now Vaulting Over its Competition

Posted on by
Squad Offworld Industries The Battlefield 2 mod known as Project Reality totally dominated my life for quite some time. What separated itself from its more arcade-y sibling was that like its title, PR featured a much more comprehensive set of game mechanics that allowed for some serious milsim tactics. It definitely was head and shoulders above any other tactical shooter Continue Reading...

Distrust Co-op Review – The Little Horror Gem is Finally Finding its Way

Posted on by
Distrust Cheerdealers I’ve always longed for a game that basically copied the theme of John Carpenter’s 1982 science fiction horror classic, The Thing (the one starring Kurt Russell). Like my other favorite science fiction horror film, Alien, it placed a group of relatively intelligent people in an extremely isolated setting, and slowly introduced the main threat. Come to think of Continue Reading...

Total War: Warhammer 2: Rise of the Tomb Kings Review – Kings From Beneath the Sands of Time

Posted on by
  Total War: Warhammer 2: Rise of the Tomb Kings Creative Assembly/Sega As an ardent Dungeons & Dragons aficionado, I used to scoff at the mere mention of anything Warhammer. Whether it be Games Workshop’s pencil and paper role-playing systems (which aren’t around anymore) or the tabletop board/miniature game, Warhammer Fantasy Battle. For one, the high fantasy snob in me Continue Reading...