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Headlander Review – A Groovy Little Gem

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Headlander Double Fine After playing Headlander, Double Fine’s new 70’s inspired science fiction platformer, for a few hours or so, I remember sitting back in my chair and saying to myself: “This is one weird game!” After that, I delved back into my play through, and as the hours rolled on that sentiment didn’t change. The only thing that I Continue Reading...

Total War: Warhammer – Call of the Beastmen DLC Review – Channel Your Inner Beast

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  Total War: Warhammer – Call of the Beastmen SEGA/The Creative Assembly Total War: Warhammer breathed new life into the rather increasing stagnant Total War line of games. Instead of being based on historical events and time periods, it eschewed the rigidity of historical conventions and offered a fictional backdrop in the form of the Old Word within the Warhammer Continue Reading...

The Descendant Episode 1 | Aftermath Review – Mysteries Abound

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The Descendant Episode 1 |Aftermath Gaming Corps AB I’ve always been a big fan of post-apocalyptic settings. I’ve read many books, watched all sorts of films, and even played a few role-playing games (geek alert!) set in post-apocalyptic backdrops, for good or for worse. There is just something about end-of-the-world scenarios that I find fascinating. Maybe it’s the realization that Continue Reading...

Overwatch Review – Zip, Bam, Boom! That is All

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Overwatch Blizzard If you’re a gamer, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Blizzard. I’ve watched them develop over the years from a green horn, upstart game developer (and eventually publisher), to a full-fledged, triple-A powerhouse. Well, I haven’t just watched them grow, I’ve sunk quite a few (okay, well actually hundreds) of hours in to some of their games. I almost lost Continue Reading...

Fallout 4: Far Harbor Review – Shoring Up the Leaks

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Fallout 4: Far Harbor Bethesda Game Studio Fallout 4 was an ambitious game—it was certainly Bethesda’s grandest title to date (besides arguably Skyrim). It featured a much improved combat system, a busier world than Fallout 3 that you could easily loose weeks, if not months of your life delving into, and many gamers (including me) appreciated the nuanced characters and Continue Reading...

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