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Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus – Heratek DLC Review – Time to Strap on Your Metal Tech Priest Boots on Once Again

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus – Heratek DLC Bulwark Studios/Kasedo Games Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 IP has been getting a lot of love recently, at least when it comes to video game adaptations. Fortunately, unlike games in the past, these days there are some really strong titles that represent the long-running franchise well. For gamers who like turn-based strategy along the lines Continue Reading...
 
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Warhammer Chaosbane Review – A Grand, Hack-and-Slash-y Good Time

  Warhammer Chaosbane Eko Software/Bigben Interactive The ebb and flow of gaming genres peaks and dips according to what developers think the market wants at any given time. One of the genres which has been relatively steady is the action role-playing game, or ARPGs. Well established game developers, Blizzard Entertainment, has been delivering hack-and-slash titles in the form of the Continue Reading...
 
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Fade to Silence Review – Could Be Decent, After Some Adjustments

Fade to Silence Black Forest Games/THQ Nordic My initial playthrough of Fade to Silence started off in an interesting manner. I woke up in what looked like a crypt, as the bearded, manly looking protagonist (think: A younger Mel Gibson). Some sort of nightmarish entity was hovering above my supine body, cackling at me and muttering something about not wanting Continue Reading...
 
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Wolfpack (Early Access) Review – The Definitive Hardcore Submarine Sim

Wolfpack Usurpator AB/SUBSIM It was our second mission, so our three-man crew was a little nervous. Even though my two gaming buddies and I cracked jokes about our rather limited adventures at sea we knew that we were playing a game that was deadly serious. We were tasked with seeking out and destroying any British supply convoys that we came Continue Reading...
 
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review – A New Breed of Action-Adventure Game

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice FromSoftware/Activision Being a longtime fan of samurai films—the good ones, which were from the 1950s throughout the 70s—I was pretty excited when Activision first announced that they’d be publishing a new game set in feudal Japan. Well, actually a fictional version of sixteen century Japan which encapsulated the highly tumultuous Sengoku period during the fifteenth and Continue Reading...