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Tyranny Review – So Good to be Bad

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Tyranny Obsidian Entertainment/Paradox Interactive I’ve played a ton of computer based RPGs in my time. Well, let me preface that by saying that I’ve always been an RPG fan in general, ever since acquiring the role-playing bug through long hours spent playing pen and paper games. I made the transition over to the digital realm with the now archaic Gold Continue Reading...

Rust Review – An Addictively Challenging Gaming Experience

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Rust Facepunch Studios With the release of Rust’s most recent patch, offering such things as fully functional underground natural caverns, lighthouses, as well as new weapons and equipment, a group of my gaming brethren gathered in order to play together. Since most of my Rust buddies prefer servers with high player counts, we chose one with a population of little Continue Reading...

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War – Ultimate Apocalypse The Hunt Begins Mod Review – One of the Best Mods Out There

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  Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War – Ultimate Apocalypse The Hunt Begins Mod THQ/Sega/UA Development Team I rarely get butthurt about anything. Although I frequently get cut off in traffic, I almost always shrug it off and keep on rolling. If someone is sitting on a piece of workout equipment at the gym for ages, mouth agape while twiddling their Continue Reading...

Miscreated (Early Access) Review – The Best Post-Apocalyptic Survival Experience Available

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Miscreated Entrada Interactive Log onto your Steam account, or visit any one of the numerous video game vendor websites such as GamersGate or GreenmanGaming, and you’ll most likely be met with, or rather bombarded by, a whole array of survival games. I’m not complaining at all—I get it. There’s something deep in our collective lizard brains that embraces the challenge Continue Reading...

Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation Review – This Year’s Strategy Behemoth Just Got Grander

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Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation Stardock Sins of a Solar Empire wasn’t just a super-cool title, it was a game that absorbed a large portion of my life. Sins single-handedly reinvented the RTS wheel by offering gamers a real time experience which featured a seriously effective strategic zoom component. Zooming all the way out made it possible to manage one Continue Reading...

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