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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...
 
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Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Reinforcement Pack Review – Elite Units Join the Fray

Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Reinforcement Pack Slitherine When indie developer Slitherine released Warhammer 40,000: Gladius this past July, I was pretty excited. We’ve seen all many of Warhammer 40,000 games in the past, such as RTSs (Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War), Action RPGs (Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr), among others, but there hasn’t been any real solid turn-based, 4X strategy Continue Reading...
 
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Mist Survival (Early Access) Review – A Standout Zombie Survival Experience

Mist Survival Rati Wattanakornprasit With all of the zombie survival games out there right now flooding the market, when I first saw Mist Survival on Stream I thought to myself: “Oh boy, here we go with yet another watered down Early Access zombie game.” The trailer was pretty catchy though, so I decided to give it a fair chance anyway. Continue Reading...
 
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SCUM Review – Leading the New Age of Hardcore Survival Games

SCUM Gamepires, Croteam/Devolver Digital I was chatting with a gaming friend last week and he surprised me by purchasing a little game called SCUM for me. That was on August 29th, literally the day that the game debuted on Early Access. Although my buddy was ranting and raving about SCUM I really didn’t know what to expect. After all, being Continue Reading...
 
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Hunt Showdown Review – A Mish-mash of Genres Done Right

Hunt Showdown Crytek Sometimes, game developers still actually take risks. Back in the day, you had a much larger market for edgy, risqué games, or titles that featured highly original content or gameplay. But throughout the years, much like the film industry, things have become increasingly divided into two camps. For instance, you have lots and lots of triple A Continue Reading...
 
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