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Black Guards 2

Black Guards 2

Black Guards 2 by Daedalic Entertainment, first impressions on this game with out having played the previous title in the series The Dark Eye: Blackguards it was a bit hard to follow along with the story in the beginning you start in what seems to be a dungeon in a castle with a very disgruntled gua... Read On

Indie Game Review: Gauntlet (2014)

Indie Game Review: Gauntlet (2014)

The Gauntlet franchise is revered as the Godfather of dungeon crawling RPGs. Most gamer’s fondest memories reside in Dark Legacy, like mine. Classic Gauntlet had a much more…retro appearance. Nonetheless, we haven’t had a Gauntlet title in a few years, that has now changed thanks t... Read On

Indie Game Review: Defense Grid 2

Indie Game Review: Defense Grid 2

Defense Grid: Awakening was released in 2008 and six years later we get a sequel. After so long, can we trust Hidden Path Entertainment to make a sequel to one of the best Tower Defense games in the last 10 years? You can only change a game so much before it starts to look like a totally different p... Read On

Firefall Review

Firefall Review

I am not the biggest fan of MMOs. I liked some of Wildstar and I played Neverwinter for quite some time (about level 30 is where I stopped). I never got into WoW or Everquest. I never understood paying every month to play a game. I understand there is a reason for subscription payment regarding MMOs... Read On

PC Review: Abyss Odyssey

PC Review: Abyss Odyssey

Abyss Odyssey is a dungeon crawling action RPG from ACE Team and ATLUS. The game has a heavy focus on exploration and deep combat while having a very unique art direction. The game certainly stands out visually and musically, but the combat is truly something unique and challenging. ATLUS is known f... Read On

PC Review: Watch_Dogs

PC Review: Watch_Dogs

There was a lot of hype surrounding Watch_Dogs. It made a huge impression at E3 2013 with the gameplay trailers and the mind blowing graphics. It seemingly had everything people were looking for in a next-generation game. It had a new way to interact with your environment and this kind of “hacking... Read On

Full Mojo Rampage Review

Full Mojo Rampage Review

Full Mojo Rampage has been in development for over a year now and since it hit Early Access I have been keeping my eye on the progression. For those first six months, it was really difficult to play. The game felt really unbalanced and too difficult. Not to mention the multiplayer was not set in sto... Read On

The Last Federation Review

The Last Federation Review

Arcen Games is known for really branching out when it comes to their video games. Titles like A Valley Without Wind and Shattered Haven offer a unique take on gaming within the indie community. They are also known for kick-ass soundtracks. Their latest title is The Last Federation and it is a new ta... Read On

PC Review: Warlock II: The Exiled

PC Review: Warlock II: The Exiled

Roughly last year, Paradox Interactive gave us a taste of turn based strategy with Warlock: Master of the Arcane. The game suffered from pacing issues and it struggled with bad conveyance. The art and atmosphere was still great because it belongs to the “Ardania” universe. A franchise that has b... Read On

Betrayer: Review

Betrayer: Review

Does anyone remember manuals? The little booklets that came with a game box that described most of the things you could do in the game inside that box? Betrayer, developed by Blackpowder Games, would’ve have benefited from one of those. This first-person stylized shooter drops you onto a beach... Read On

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