Category Archives: Game Reviews

Distrust Co-op Review – The Little Horror Gem is Finally Finding its Way

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Distrust Cheerdealers I’ve always longed for a game that basically copied the theme of John Carpenter’s 1982 science fiction horror classic, The Thing (the one starring Kurt Russell). Like my other favorite science fiction horror film, Alien, it placed a group of relatively intelligent people in an extremely isolated setting, and slowly introduced the main threat. Come to think of Continue Reading...

Conan Exiles (Early Access) Review – A Year’s Worth of Improvements Shows

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  Conan Exiles (Early Access) Funcom           When Conan Exiles debuted in January of 2017, I immediately snapped it up. Anything to do with Robert E. Howard’s Hyborian mythos is a must-have as far as I’m concerned. Then I actually played it. Oh boy, was I in for a letdown. Although its developers, Funcom, plainly announced that there were many features Continue Reading...

Rust (Early Access) Review – A Bump in the Road

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  Rust Facepunch Studios I, like many gamers out there, have a love/hate relationship with the survival game known as Rust. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure we’ve all heard of the incredibly toxic and unwelcoming community that populate the game’s many servers. They lurk in wait for fresh newbies to spawn in, and then commence to Continue Reading...

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 1.0 Launch Review – The Ultimate Battle Royale Experience Breaks Loose

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds PUBG Corporation My three friends and I were flying over the dusty ridges of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’s new South American map, Miramar. We’d recently parachuted in, and after grabbing our initial weapons and survival equipment from an old industrial plant, were on our way to El Pozo. We were riding in one of the new map’s newfangled vehicles, a Continue Reading...

For Honor Updated Review – A Modern Fighting Classic Stalled at an Impasse

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  For Honor Ubisoft Ubisoft has a reputation for releasing games that almost feel incomplete, or at least seem to be still in their Beta states. I’m not going to talk about how politically correct they appear to be, such as featuring female Special Forces operators in their turn-around blockbuster hit, Siege. Indeed I find it refreshing that they take Continue Reading...