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Empyrion – Galactic Survival – A Hidden Space Exploration Gem

Empyrion – Galactic Survival Eleon Game Studios While the rest of the survival genre is pretty much on fire right now, with games such as Conan: Exiles, Ark – Survival Evolved, and Rust as popular as ever, science fiction survival games have been sorely lacking. 2016 saw a couple of attempts at space-based survival, with No Man’s Sky and Starbound Continue Reading...
 
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Rust (Alpha) Review – An Fun Yet Masochistic Survival Experience

Rust Facepunch Studios We moved our digital characters’ little footsies as fast as they would carry us—all ten of our raiding party that is. We were heading towards the crest of a hill ahead of us, just as the morning rays of the sun began filtering through the bushes and trees all around us, within the temperate woodland environs. It Continue Reading...
 
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Bayonetta Review – One Riotous Romp

Bayonetta PlatinumGames I’ll have to admit that Bayonetta popped up on my gaming radar quite by coincidence. I haphazardly saw an advertisement for it on Steam while browsing for some games to review the other day, and noticed how intriguing the design of the titular character, Bayonetta, was. As a fan of all things anime (well, except for that exceptionally Continue Reading...
 
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Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III Review – A Drastically Different Warhammer 40K Experience

Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III Relic I’ve been playing strategy games since I made the conversion from table top games over to the digital realm in the 90s. Being able to not only play with friends (or strangers) online was such a new thing back then, but also having the computer roll the dice for you and take care Continue Reading...
 
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Escape From Tarkov (Alpha) Review – The Future of Action/RPG MMO’s?

Escape From Tarkov Battlestate Games I’ve played just about every first person shooter there is out there. From 1992’s Wolfenstein 3D, to 1998’s classic game Half-Life (and its 1999 mod Counter-Strike), on up to modern shooters such as Squad and Arma 3 (which sadly isn’t really a mil-sim anymore). One thing that I’ve noticed is although various first person shooters Continue Reading...
 
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