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Gone Home Review

Gone Home Review

This is going to be a short review, not because Gone Home is a short game (though I did complete it in around 2 hours), but because I really don’t have much to say about the game. It is what it is. Gone Home is a game about coming home from traveling abroad to find out that […]

Tomb Raider Review: Back from the Dead

Tomb Raider Review: Back from the Dead

This is a spoiler-free review. For a long time, Tomb Raider was one of those video game franchises. Whenever a conversation about sexism in video games came up, Tomb Raider was usually one of the first games discussed. Everyone liked to talk about Lara Croft and her short shorts, narrow waist, and big triangle boobs. She […]

CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: America

CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: America

Get a first look at the American civilization and its leader, Theodore Roosevelt. SUBSCRIBE [to Civilization’s YouTube channel] for First Looks at other civilizations, leaders, features, and tips from the developers of Civilization VI. Civilization VI offers new ways to interact with your world, expand your empire across the map, advance your culture, and compete against history’s […]

Time of Dragons Review: How To Fly A Dragon

Time of Dragons Review: How To Fly A Dragon

Thematically, Time of Dragons is a weird game. The free-to-play game caught my attention when Steam recommended that I may like it. After a quick glance, Time of Dragons reminded me of the flying missions in Turok: Evoloution; futuristic technology stuck onto the backs of prehistoric (or in this case: fantasy) creatures for no real reason […]

Absolver Reveal Trailer – Online Melee Action

Absolver Reveal Trailer – Online Melee Action

Coming to PC and Consoles in 2017 http://absolvergame.com | http://twitter.com/absolver Wishlist on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/473690 Powered by Unreal Engine 4 In the ruins of the fallen Adal Empire, you awaken with a mysterious mask on your face, and faint recollections of an esoteric ceremony. Freeing you from hunger, thirst, and even death, the mask is the […]

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Launch Trailer – Why We Run

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Launch Trailer – Why We Run

Times are about to change in the city of Glass. Barely out of juvenile detention, skilled Runner Faith Connors stirs things up with the city’s Conglomerate and the evil Gabriel Kruger. Faith is forced to start running for something far more important than herself. Experience the origin story of Faith and master her momentum to […]

The Way Trailer – Gorgeous, Sci-Fi, Cinematic Puzzle Game

The Way Trailer – Gorgeous, Sci-Fi, Cinematic Puzzle Game

The Way is a 2D puzzle platformer game inspired by classic titles like Another World, Heart of Darkness and Flashback. It tells a story about a member of space explorers team, who lost his beloved one and cannot accept her death. Finding ancient writings on eternal existence during one of his last expeditions makes him […]

Goat Simulator – Waste of Space Trailer

Goat Simulator – Waste of Space Trailer

Video Description: Goat Simulator is leaving the planet! #MakeSpaceGreatAgain – Visit space today or get old waiting for that other space game that you already paid for – Crowdfund a space colony and get other people to pay for it and do all the work! – Endless space full of planets to visit. but seriously […]

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine “New Region” Trailer

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine “New Region” Trailer

“…only The Witcher can shake us from this nightmare.” Become professional monster slayer Geralt of Rivia and explore Toussaint, a remote land untouched by war, where you will unravel the horrifying secret behind a beast terrorizing the kingdom. With all trails leading to dead ends, only a witcher can solve the mystery and survive the […]

Late To The Game: Rust

Late To The Game: Rust

Rust has been out for two-and-a-half years but late last week my friends finally discovered it. Personally, at that point in time, I couldn’t have been less interested in the game. I knew it was another open-world survival game riding the coattails of Minecraft and DayZ. You start with nothing, smack some trees, smack some rocks, […]