Category Archives: Game Reviews

Squad (Early Access) Review – Cream of the Teamwork-Shooter Crop

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  Squad Offworld Industries As far as grand scale military shooters go, the Battlefield 2 mod known as Project Reality was the best of the best. It offered many different nationalities, tons of disparate maps, and probably its biggest attraction: Teamwork-oriented gameplay with combined arms warfare. And we’re not talking about a couple of vehicles here and there, PR had Continue Reading...

7 Days to Die (Early Access) Review – A Great Example of Sandbox Survival Horror Done Right

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7 Days to Die The Fun Pimps My buddy Rock and I had just scavenged enough materials to craft some basic clothes for ourselves, including hemp shirts, pants, and hats to protect us from the scorching glare of the afternoon sun. Since we’d heard that the zombies of the post-apocalyptic world we’d found ourselves in were much more active during Continue Reading...

StarCraft: Remastered Review – Bringing Back Those Great Memories

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  StarCraft: Remastered Blizzard Entertainment I fondly remember the golden age of real-time strategy games, and sometimes let my mind drift back to how good things really were as far as that venerable genre was concerned. We had the various Command & Conquer and Age of Empires titles, as well as spectacular one-offs such as Age of Mythology (why didn’t Continue Reading...

Endless Space 2 – Target Locked Update Review – The Little Guys Finally Join the Fray

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Endless Space 2 – Target Locked Update Amplitude Studios Besides fantasy RPGs, science fiction games have to be my favorite genre, whether they be in actual pen-and-paper form, mass media (books, movies), or video games. Luckily, we’re in an age where computing technology has allowed game developers to match epic graphics with epic storylines (although I do still have a Continue Reading...