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Achilles: Legends Untold – Which Skills to Start With

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I’ve played a ton of top-down isometric CRPGs (computer role-playing games) in my gaming years, whether they be of the more traditional “Diablo-style” games or ones that take place in alternative settings. By traditional, I mean settings that include lots of the familiar fantasy tropes we’re all used to by now. You know, orcs, dragons, etc. In that vein, I’ve Continue Reading...

Goblinz Studio unveils new games

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Do you like roguelike games with a twist? Well combine that with turn-based exploration and you’ve got Sandwalkers by independent developer and publisher Goblinz Studio. They’ve also revealed brand new trailers for Sandwalkers and three other upcoming games, including two big new announcements. Sandwalkers and Oaken were exclusively revealed during the Gamescom Awesome Indies showcase, alongside a fresh gameplay trailer Continue Reading...

Alliance of the Sacred Suns Demo Debuts

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Alliance of the Sacred SunsKatHawk Studios / Hooded Horse While Stellaris has been my go-to science-fiction strategy fix for the past several years, I recently came across another game within the genre that looks extremely intriguing, called Alliance of the Sacred Suns. Just reading its Steam page would make any true sci-fi nerd want to play it: “Alliance of the Continue Reading...

Necromunda: Hired Gun Review

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Necromunda: Hired GunStreum On Studio / Focus Home Interactive Back in the day, I used to play very fast-paced area shooters such as in the Quake and Unreal Tournament series. Then I graduated to more tactically paced games such as the Tom Clancy Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon titles (back when Ghost Recon was actually good). I guess the fast-twitch Continue Reading...

First Class Trouble Preview

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First Class Trouble Invisible Walls I never really paid much attention to the social deduction genre of video games. The concept of them, where you are thrown together with a bunch of other players and have to deduce who among you is a monster/traitor/alien, is an interesting one. However, the ones that I’ve played, such as the free-to-play effort, Deceit, Continue Reading...

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