Category Archives: Game Reviews

Syndrome Review – A Pretty Decent Fright-Fest

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Syndrome Camel 101 Horror, like comedy, is very hard to get right. I mean, of all of the horror films you see out there right now, how many are actually scary? Not many, right? That’s mainly due to bad writing, silly concepts, and shabby acting. There’s also a serious lack of imagination going on as far as plotlines/narratives go as Continue Reading...

Stellaris Utopia Expansion Review – Stellaris Finally Reaches its Potential

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Stellaris Utopia Expansion Paradox interactive As a kid I used to read a lot of science fiction novels. If they were good, they’d transport me to another world within another solar system, in some far off galaxy. They were probably the sheerest form of escapism while still also being slightly more within the realm of possibility than my other favorite Continue Reading...

The Crow’s Eye – A Pleasantly Moody Puzzler

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The Crow’s Eye 3D2 Entertainment/Nkidu Games Inc.   I’m a huge horror genre fan. Unlike mediums such as film, TV, and literature, horror video games are unique in that they put you right into the shoes of the main protagonist, drop you in some creepy, isolated setting, and it’s up to you and you alone to make it out alive Continue Reading...

Ghost Recon Wildlands Review – Ghost Recon is Back!

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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Ubisoft My gaming buddies and I were playing as four Special Operations Forces “Ghosts,” another code word for black ops. In other words, none of us officially existed, our identities had long been wiped from public record. As our four man team approached the drug cartel’s opulent cliff-side villa, we fell naturally into our roles—there Continue Reading...

Elite Dangerous Review – The Real Endless Space

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  Elite Dangerous Frontier Developments Ever since I first began reading science fiction novels back when I was a kid, there has always been a special place for the genre within my being. As a whole, what is so special about science fiction is that it is both so open-ended, and can engage a people’s imaginations in unparalleled ways. When Continue Reading...