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X4: Foundations Review – A Gloriously Deep Space Opera

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X4: Foundations Egosoft Games set in the X universe are a rather daunting prospect to learn and play for the more casual gamers out there. They usually involve having to invest a considerable chuck of a person’s time and energy just to learn their basic systems, just as you would with other complex games like Elite: Dangerous. Egosolf’s latest iteration Continue Reading...

Warriors Orochi 4 Review – I Have the Power!

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  Warriors Orochi 4 Omega Force/Koei Tecmo Japanese developers Omega Force really know what they’re doing when it comes to the Musou gaming genre. For those not in the know, a Musou game basically equates to a semi-open world beat-em-up, or hack n’ slash game. You jump into the game, pick your character (usually from a very bountiful roster) and Continue Reading...

The Dark Occult Review – A Highly Underrated Horror Gem

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The Dark Occult RYM Games Survival horror games almost seem to be a dime-a-dozen these days. Every time I turn around there’s a new survival horror title coming out. Many of these are of the open-world, sandbox variety—such as The Forest, and the criminally underrated Desolate. However, some are more of the psychological, narrative-driven sort. These include the Outlast series, Continue Reading...

Insurgency: Sandstorm Review – An Updated Review on a Co-op Fan’s Paradise

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Insurgency: Sandstorm New World Interactive/Focus Home Interactive Insurgency: Sandstorm hit the first-person shooter world by storm last September (2018 that is) and quickly captured the attention of hardcore shooter fans. Its launch didn’t go quite as expected for many, however. Some gamers felt that the game would have greatly benefited from a little more time in the development oven before Continue Reading...

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