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TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2 (Early Access) Review

TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2 KT Racing / Bigben Interactive While I’ve always been a fan of racing games that feature four-wheeled vehicles, ones that focus on two-wheeled ones have never impressed me. While I’ve seen some very crazy motorcycle races in real life that captured the almost hypersonic speeds that the vehicles are capable of Continue Reading...
 
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Curse of the Dead Gods (Early Access) Review

Curse of the Dead Gods Passtech Games / Focus Home Interactive Roguelike games are becoming all the rage these days and titles like Darkest Dungeon have been instrumental in that upward trajectory. Passtech Games takes some of the same high risk, high reward principles that Darkest Dungeon had and applied them to their neat little indie gem, Curse of the Continue Reading...
 
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Stellaris: Federations Review

  Stellaris: Federations Paradox Interactive Stellaris debuted back in 2016 and quickly garnered a rabid fan base that regarded it as arguably the most complete 4X space game ever. However, once Paradox Interactive began rolling out DLC for the base game, people realized just how much more room the game could grow. While Paradox’s other grand strategy games usually shipped Continue Reading...
 
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Steel Division 2 – The Fate of Finland Review

Steel Division 2 – The Fate of Finland Eugen Systems World War 2 strategy games have been a very hot commodity for decades now and we, as gamers, have been spoiled with many titles. Perhaps one of the best known is the Company of Heroes franchise, which couples aggressive point-capture gameplay with furious real-time strategy combat. Eugen Systems made a Continue Reading...
 
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Panzer Corps 2 Review

Panzer Corps 2 Flashback Games / Slitherine If you’ve read my reviews before, you’d know that I’m a big World War 2 gaming fan. While it’s always nice to get down and dirty with first-person shooters such as the excellent Post Scriptum and equally outstanding Hell Let Loose, there’s just something totally epic about controlling entire armies and pitting them Continue Reading...