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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Back to Ubersreik Review – An Updated Twist on Solid, Older Foundations

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Back to Ubersreik Fatshark Not too long ago I reviewed Warhammer: Vermintide 2’s first DLC pack called Shadows Over Bögenhafen. In that article I talked about how the first Vermintide game surprised me (back in 2016) with how good it was. I also touched on how fantastic its sequel, Vermintide 2, turned out to be (in Continue Reading...
 
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The Forest Review – Savagely Brutal, Survival Horror Fun

The Forest Endnight Games I remember playing The Forest a year or so ago with a gaming friend. Back then, it was still pretty rough around the edges but still managed to offer up a survival horror experience unlike anything else we’d ever tried. I’ll never forget the game’s set-up—you’re flying through the skies onboard a commercial airliner when it Continue Reading...
 
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Deep Rock Galactic (Early Access) Review – A Brilliant Wave-Based Shoot ‘Em Up

Deep Rock Galactic Ghost Ship Games/Coffee Stain Publishing When Deep Rock Galactic first debuted back in February of 2018, it totally caught me off guard. Although I thought the title of the game was catchy, the graphics looked really bogus as far as I was concerned. They had a blocky, bulky aesthetic that made the characters, monsters, and various environments Continue Reading...
 
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Squad (Alpha Update 12) Review – Can We Say “Tanks?!”

  Squad (Alpha Update 12) Offworld Industries Back in the day, my friends and I would play Project Reality, which we still consider to be the finest military-themed shooter of all times. PR wasn’t actually a standalone game, however. Rather, it was a mod developed by a team of brilliant guys who wanted more out of Electronic Arts’ Battlefield 2 Continue Reading...
 
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RimWorld Review – The Life-draining Version 1.0 is Finally Here

RimWorld Ludeon Studios Don’t get me wrong here—when my title says “life-draining” I don’t mean that in any sort of disparaging sense. I mean it in a voluntarily addictive one. You see, to sit down and play RimWorld is to indulge in a sublime Experience, yes with a capital “E.” If you view the game’s Steam page you’ll see all Continue Reading...