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Plague Inc: Evolved Review

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Plague Inc: Evolved Ndemic Creations I just finished playing a game of Plague Inc: Evolved and I feel slightly dirty. I’m almost compelled to go and take a shower. Why? Because I just wiped out all of humanity with my virtual super-virus. You may be asking: “How did this all begin?” I’ll give you a brief overview… In Plague Inc: Continue Reading...

Total War: Three Kingdoms – Mandate of Heaven Review

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Total War: Three Kingdoms – Mandate of Heaven Creative Assembly / Sega Total War: Three Kingdoms made a pretty momentous splash when it debuted in May of 2019. Likewise, the Yellow Turban Rebellion was critically praised when it came out around the same time, offering more fun content to the main campaign. But many folks felt that the Eight Princes Continue Reading...

Surviving the Aftermath (Early Access) Review – A Brilliant Hybrid of Genres

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Surviving the Aftermath Iceflake Studios / Paradox Interactive Over recent years, there has been a marked rise in the number of both colony management and city builder simulators, all across the gaming market. Some of them were very well done, such as the colony survival sim, RimWorld (which has garnered a massive underground audience since its full release back in Continue Reading...

Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem Review – One Heck of an ARPG

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Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem Wolcen Game Studio Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo 2 is the most oft-imitated game in its class. It’s such a monumental gaming experience that it still has a very vibrant player base—even after two decades. After all, it is the title that single-handedly mainlined the whole Action-Role-Playing Game (ARPG) genre. There have been many games that have attempted Continue Reading...

Warhammer: Chaosbane – Tomb Kings DLC Review – An ‘Okay’ Addition

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Warhammer: Chaosbane – Tomb Kings DLC Eko Software / BIGBEN Games Game developer EKO Software, along with publisher BIGBEN Games, has done a pretty good job in digitizing Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy franchise. I felt that their first effort, Warhammer: Chaosbane, was decent ARPG fun when it debuted back in May of 2019. Many critics out there disagreed with me, Continue Reading...