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The Culling (Early Access) The Big House Update Review – Turning Around the Titanic?

  The Culling Xaviant Games I’ll make no bones about it—I used to be a huge fan of The Culling. Around the time that it debuted (March 2016) I’d just become disillusioned by the big H1Z1 split—into two separate games, with King of the Kill being one of them, which was a failed attempt at a battle royale-style game. I Continue Reading...
 
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Osiris: New Dawn (Early Access) Review – Into the Outer Reaches

Osiris: New Dawn Fenix Fire Unless you’ve been languishing under a rock for the past few years as a gamer, survival games are pretty much all the rage right now. And I get it—there’s something special that happens when game developers get the survival equation just right. Banding together with fellow survivors in a game’s digital world, gathering resources, building Continue Reading...
 
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Dreadnought Review – Massive Ships, Tiny Arenas

Dreadnought Yegar Development/Six Foot/Grey Box Space combat games have had a pretty long and storied past within the digital gaming realm. The first one to gain critical acclaim was the magnificent Master of Orion 2, which hit the gaming world like a hurricane way back in 1996. Although many turn-based space games have strived to live up to MOO2’s legacy, Continue Reading...
 
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Tyranny Review – So Good to be Bad

Tyranny Obsidian Entertainment/Paradox Interactive I’ve played a ton of computer based RPGs in my time. Well, let me preface that by saying that I’ve always been an RPG fan in general, ever since acquiring the role-playing bug through long hours spent playing pen and paper games. I made the transition over to the digital realm with the now archaic Gold Continue Reading...