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    ‘Grim Dawn’ Review — A Gunslinger’s Sunrise

    Grim Dawn Developed by Crate Entertainment Published by Crate Entertainment PC — Steam, GOG, DRM-free Released Feb. 25th, 2016 Grim Dawn has quite a history. In April of 2012, about a month before Diablo III would release to excitement, skepticism, and dismay, Crate Entertainment quietly launched a Kickstarter campaign for their game to a horde of hungry […] More

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    Turn off the Valve: Steam’s various issues

      It’s a pretty good bet that you had a decent December 25. Spending time with, or as they case may be, away from your family or just basking in the loving glow of rampant consumerism. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, it’s a day off from work, school, or whatever. For most people Christmas […] More

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    ‘Doom’ Turns 22: A Legacy of Awesome

    It’s Doom‘s 22nd birthday today, which is great because it serves as an excuse to talk about Doom again. Despite its age, Doom remains one of the best shooters ever made, only bolstered by the community that it has fostered over the years. There’s little more satisfying then blasting an imp to shreds with the […] More

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    ‘Killing Floor 2’ may have just killed itself

    There was a time where I admired Tripwire Interactive. Red Orchestra remains one of the most interesting multiplayer shooters I’ve ever played, and Killing Floor is an excellent alternative to Left 4 Dead in terms of pure, unabashed zombie slaying. It was because of this that I took a risk and purchased Killing Floor 2 […] More

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    ‘Baldur’s Gate 2’ and the Modern RPG

    We’re clearly living in a golden age of CRPG games. Titles like Shadowrun: Hong Kong, Pillars of Eternity, Wasteland 2, and Divinity: Original Sin hearken back to the old days of PC RPGs in the best way possible, with massive stat sheets and huge, reactive worlds to play around in. These games offer hundreds of […] More

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    ‘Blood Bowl II’: Now even more blood bowl-y!

    Buckle up, it’s history time. Blood Bowl was originally conceived as a tabletop fantasy sports game, loosely based on American Gridiron Football. It was created by Jervis Johnson for the British games company Games Workshop, who were responsible for other tabletop games, such as Warhammer, and Warhammer 40K. More

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    ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ Open Beta Impressions

    The open beta for DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront is currently available for download on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The beta will last 5 days (ending October 12th), and includes 2 different multiplayer modes, as well as a singleplayer/co-op mode. The first multiplayer mode is called ‘Drop Zone’, it’s an 8 vs 8 mode with […] More

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    Frictional’s ‘SOMA’ leaves you with a sinking feeling

    SOMA Developed by Frictional Games Published by Frictional Games Available on Windows, OSX, Linux, PS4 Exploring the mechanics of horror seems to be Frictional’s mission given the almost complete stylistic backflip they have taken with their latest game, SOMA. The majority of SOMA is set in and around the futuristic underwater research facility PATHOS-2 after […] More

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    ‘Zenzizenzic’ offers plenty of tense moments but lacks innovation

    Zenzizenzic Developed by bitHuffel Published by Adult Swim Games Available on PC Zenzizenzic brings the classic twin-stick gameplay of Geometry Wars to the PC audience in a frenzy-filled package, as the PC has never been a place to call home for many of the genres great achievements. For the unversed, twin-stick gameplay involves navigating a character, in […] More

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    ‘Legends of Eisenwald’ promises a rich strategy RPG

    Legends of Eisenwald is a hybrid of RPG and strategy elements from Aterdux Entertainment. Originally conceived as a Kickstarter, the title likens its gameplay to that of a Knight-Errant Simulator. Typically, turn-based battles have been simplified here to overcome one of the biggest challenges in the genre, a lack of dynamic gameplay. Aterdux Entertainment envisioned […] More

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