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Fictorum Review – A Wicked Wizard’s Revenge Tale

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Fictorum Scraping Bottom Games Video games are often reflective of the times that they are created in. We live in some very, very tumultuous times right now, where not only do many folks feel that their ideas and concerns feel neglected, they feel downright ignored. There is also a ton of hostility permeating the world in these chaotic times, with Continue Reading...

Space Hulk: Deathwing Updated Review – Finally Coming into its Own

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Space Hulk: Deathwing Streum On Studio The Warhammer 40K IP has been steadily gaining steam within the last decade or so. I’m actually pretty surprised that gaming companies weren’t exploiting the WH:40K universe long ago, however, as it’s tailor made for video games. I mean, can you imagine Dungeons & Dragons, but set in the future with science fiction counterparts Continue Reading...

The Forest Review – An Open-World Survival Experience That Sets Itself Apart From the Pack

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The Forest Endnight Games Ltd. The gaming industry seems to be entering a golden age of survival games. Whereas the shooter genre is getting more and more realistic, with games such as Escape from Tarkov in development, survival games are likewise becoming more immersive. I’ve pretty much played every survival title out there right now. Most of the major ones Continue Reading...

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Review – Finally a Vietnam Game Dripping with Authenticity

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  Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Tripwire Interactive Our hard-bitten battalion of U.S. Marines had fought an uphill battle in order to advance, but we’d finally done it—we had pushed the Vietnamese forces all the way back to the village of Cu Chi. The Commander was busy instructing each squad in what they were to do after the big artillery salvo Continue Reading...
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