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Iratus: Wrath of the Necromancer DLC Review

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Iratus: Wrath of the Necromancer DLC Daedalic Entertainment / Unfrozen Video game publisher Daedalic Entertainment and developer Unfrozen are happy to announce that their popular Roguelike RPG, Iratus: Lord of the Dead, has received its first full-featured DLC, Wrath of the Necromancer. This new content is now live on Steam, GOG.com, and other PC sites, and expands the main game Continue Reading...

Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition Review

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arming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition Giants Software/Focus Home Interactive Admittedly, I once looked down my nose at the Farming Simulator titles. I thought to myself: “Farming in real life can be hard work that is fulfilling, but who would want to emulate that through a video game?” I did enjoy American Truck Simulator, which is basically about hauling stuff from Continue Reading...

Steel Division 2 – Black Sunday Review

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Steel Division 2 – Black Sunday Eugen Systems Developer Eugen Systems (makers of the much-lauded Wargame series) have been cranking out expansions for their World War 2 strategy game, Steel Division 2, at an ever-increasing rate. The original game debuted in June 2019. The first expansion for the base game, Death on the Vestula, came out a few months later Continue Reading...

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Review

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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Aspyr, Quantic Dream French game studio, Quantic Dream, has been around for 23 years now and has reaped many awards for their various projects. They are the makers of “emotional, interactive storytelling” digital experiences such as Detroit: Become Human, Heavy Rain, and Beyond: Two Souls—games that are narrative-rich in their content, as well as heavily “choice-dependent” Continue Reading...

Predator: Hunting Grounds Review

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Predator: Hunting Grounds Illfonic / Sony Interactive Entertainment Asymmetrical shooters have been gaining steam (no pun intended) over the last several years. The ubiquitous title, Dead by Daylight, has paved the way since its debut back in 2016, inspiring many more developers to create their own games within that ever-growing sphere. So, when developer Illfonic began working on their asymmetrical shooter titled Continue Reading...
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