Category Archives: Game Reviews

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...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Back to Ubersreik Review – An Updated Twist on Solid, Older Foundations

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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Back to Ubersreik Fatshark Not too long ago I reviewed Warhammer: Vermintide 2’s first DLC pack called Shadows Over Bögenhafen. In that article I talked about how the first Vermintide game surprised me (back in 2016) with how good it was. I also touched on how fantastic its sequel, Vermintide 2, turned out to be (in Continue Reading...

The Forest Review – Savagely Brutal, Survival Horror Fun

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The Forest Endnight Games I remember playing The Forest a year or so ago with a gaming friend. Back then, it was still pretty rough around the edges but still managed to offer up a survival horror experience unlike anything else we’d ever tried. I’ll never forget the game’s set-up—you’re flying through the skies onboard a commercial airliner when it Continue Reading...

Deep Rock Galactic (Early Access) Review – A Brilliant Wave-Based Shoot ‘Em Up

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Deep Rock Galactic Ghost Ship Games/Coffee Stain Publishing When Deep Rock Galactic first debuted back in February of 2018, it totally caught me off guard. Although I thought the title of the game was catchy, the graphics looked really bogus as far as I was concerned. They had a blocky, bulky aesthetic that made the characters, monsters, and various environments Continue Reading...