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The Culling: Day One Reference Review – A Brilliant Comeback, But Will it Last?

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The Culling: Day One Reference Xaviant Games An off-shoot of your more standard first-person shooter survival games, battle royales have taken the gaming world by storm as of late. Battle royale games have an alluring premise: A number of “contestants” are dropped onto a battlefield (usually an island, at least initially), and have to fight and kill everyone else in Continue Reading...

Miscreated (Early Access Update) Review – Additional Storage is Finally Here

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Miscreated Entrada Interactive LLC I was looking at my Steam library the other day and wondering what had become of the post-apocalyptic title called Miscreated. Although it debuted back in October of 2014, I hadn’t really dabbled in it since it came out. By many accounts, Miscreated was purported to be the DayZ killer app. However, when I tried it Continue Reading...

Stellaris: Distant Stars Story Pack Review – Further Refining a Modern Strategy Classic

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Stellaris: Distant Stars Story Pack Paradox Interactive I’ve been looking for a space strategy 4X game that rivals Master of Orion 2 for a long time now. MOO 2 is considered by most geeks of the genre (including myself) to be the greatest science fiction 4X game in existence. But that was back in 1996—that’s a long wait for anything. Continue Reading...

White Noise 2 Review – A Good Little Horror Romp

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White Noise 2 Milkstone Studios Throughout my gaming life, I’ve often wondered why game developers have mainly concentrated on single player survival horror experiences instead of multiplayer ones. I thought of how cool it would be if you had a small group of players who play as the protagonists and a single player who plays as a big bad scary Continue Reading...
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