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Necromunda: Hired Gun Review

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Necromunda: Hired GunStreum On Studio / Focus Home Interactive Back in the day, I used to play very fast-paced area shooters such as in the Quake and Unreal Tournament series. Then I graduated to more tactically paced games such as the Tom Clancy Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon titles (back when Ghost Recon was actually good). I guess the fast-twitch Continue Reading...

First Class Trouble Preview

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First Class Trouble Invisible Walls I never really paid much attention to the social deduction genre of video games. The concept of them, where you are thrown together with a bunch of other players and have to deduce who among you is a monster/traitor/alien, is an interesting one. However, the ones that I’ve played, such as the free-to-play effort, Deceit, Continue Reading...

Black Legend Review

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Black Legend Warcave March of 2021 just hasn’t been a great month in terms of game releases. With the exception of a few exceptional titles such as Forza Horizon 4 (Steam Edition) and a couple of DLC, like Northern Lords for Crusader Kings 3, everything else has been pretty “meh.” When I first heard about Warcave’s Black Legend, it immediately Continue Reading...

Imperator: Rome – Heirs of Alexander Content Pack

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mperator: Rome – Heirs of Alexander Content Pack Paradox Interactive Any PC strategy gamer worth his digital salt knows of Paradox Interactive’s grand line of grand strategy titles—Stellaris; Hearts of Iron IV; Europa Universalis—to name their most prestigious. Then the studio decided to take a major step into the distant past by developing their classic era title: Imperator: Rome. Unfortunately, Continue Reading...

Song of Horror Complete Edition Review

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Song of Horror Complete Edition Protocol Games Survival horror games sort of remind me of the fighting game genre back in the early 90s, in that they were once immensely popular and then proceeded to fall off the face of the earth around the turn of the century. Whereas the fighting game genre has still struggled to garner the massive Continue Reading...