Post Human W.A.R | Game Review

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Boom chicka boom chicka boom chicka What WHAT! I see I've gotten your attention, now let me thrill your mind a little more, with a Steam game that was fully released on December 14th, for the low price of 14.99. Here's a nice little sneak peek for you. Playdius has partnered with Studio Chahut and brought us a turn-based tactical strategy game called, Post Human W.A.R, and it is finally out of the long 6 months early access

Freedom Is Earned | Pyre Review

Over the last six years, Supergiant Games has made a name for themselves for the stunning art style and impressive soundtracks found in their renowned RPGs. The studio’s debut title, Bastion, caught the attention of many Xbox 360 and PC players in 2011 and was one of the first games that prompted a shift in the perception of the “indie” genre. The studio’s next title, Transistor, received similar praise when it released in 2014, further

Shovelry Is (Not) Dead | Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Review

Shovel Knight originally appeared as a Kickstarter project back in 2013 promising a new adventure wrapped in an old-school package. Taking cues from multiple 8-bit classics from the days of the NES, Yacht Club Games successfully brought us a highly polished, humorous, and challenging game that absolutely nailed the retro feel and aesthetic while ditching some of the old annoyances of the games of yesterday. The Kickstarter included a few fairly ambitious stretch goals in

A Bright Future | Horizon Zero Dawn Review

We, as gamers, find ourselves in one of the most crowded, competitive seasons in recent memory as a multitude of heavy hitting titles fight tooth and nail for a second in the spotlight. Whether it’s the return of staple franchises like the Legend of Zelda and Mass Effect, the emergence of new IP like For Honor, or even a brand new console in the Nintendo Switch; the slightest misstep can spell disaster for an otherwise

Follow Your Heart…If You Can Keep Up | Kingdom Hearts 2.8 FCP Review

It’s been over a decade since our last main entry in the Kingdom Hearts franchise and while we’re still a long way off from Kingdom Hearts 3, this new collection is a sizeable step in the right direction. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is the third collection for this drawn out series but unlike its predecessors, it has a fair share of brand new content. The Kingdom Hearts collections follow the same basic

Lather, Whip, Repeat | Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review

I don’t mean to startle you, but there’s a new Shantae game out! What’s that? You have no idea who Shantae is and have never even heard of the series? Well sure, that’s entirely reasonable and pretty much expected in this day and age. The original Shantae debuted in ancient times (2002) at the tail end of the life of the Game Boy Color and is largely regarded as one of the best, most impressive

Divided Highway | Final Fantasy XV Review

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First announced as Final Fantasy Versus XIII ten years ago, Square Enix’s long-awaited, newest entry in the highly acclaimed series is finally here. The game has undergone quite a few changes in the last ten years due to a troubled development cycle, switching directors, team members, and even the overall scope of the story. What we’ve been given is an experience that very much reflects this fact. The potential on display is intriguing and exciting,

Inside | Game Review

  Inside is the highly anticipated second game from independent, Copenhagen-based game studio, Playdead. Inside seems not only reminiscent of the studio’s first game, Limbo, but almost reimagined and revamped in terms of style and gameplay. Something that fans of Playdead will be fond of. My first hands-on impression of Inside is that although it is a 2D platformer at its core, what stands out the most is the beautiful yet dark art direction, fluid controls, and overall tone

To boldly go where no one has gone before… literally | No Man’s Sky Review

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Normally, there would be a logical starting point to go over where to begin your journey. After a very brief introduction to No Man's Sky, you are quickly introduced to the vast scale of the game. A literal universe sized sandbox that defies any logic of what you may have thought possible in a 3D environment. Paired with the almost zero load times (other than warping) adds to the immersion of the game that is

The Detail | Review

The Detail

In the recent resurgence of popularity with point-and-click games, Rival Games' The Detail emerges as a noir styled, episodic crime drama. The game officially concluded its three-chapter debut season on Thursday, wrapping up the first arc of the hard-boiled thriller on Steam. 38727

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