Category Archives: Game Reviews

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate—Bounding Back into Proper Form

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Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Ubisoft The Assassin’s Creed series has quite an extensive catalogue of games by now, over twenty in all. Each of them is set in various disparate timelines, some overlapping, and feature quasi-historical references and environments. The mainline, or major triple-A Assassin’s Creed releases number is smaller, I was able to count eight or nine from that larger Continue Reading...

Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide – A Pretty Fun Romp through Familiar Waters

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Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide Fatshark Games I stared ahead, above the shiny bald pate of my stubby dwarven ranger companion, Bardin. I was playing as Markus, a human Empire soldier, war-weary and eager to return to his simple family farm. We spied a creaky staircase, the final such one at the top of a rather dilapidated watch tower, and Continue Reading...

World of Warships: Maritime Mayhem on the High Seas

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World of Warships (Beta) Lesta Studios I’d heard about Lesta Studios’ MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) game World of Warships but hadn’t really given it much thought. I even checked out some pre-release videos and thought that they were sort of meh. Maybe it was because naval warfare never really appealed to me; or at least in a form that was Continue Reading...

Mad Max Shaping Up To Be A Great Extention Of The Movie

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It’s not often that you will find a successful game adaptation of a movie and it’s generally due to a number of fatal flaws. Firstly the scripts often aren’t changed, therefore the story is often predictable. Secondly, their linearity leaves little room for improvisation of the game play and thirdly the game mechanics are over simplified yet encounters are stretched Continue Reading...