Budget Warfare: War never changes, sometimes it just gets cheaper.

1) Forts This game has remained seated unloved and uncared for since receiving it in a bundle, in fact it wasn’t until seeing a friend play it that i even remembered i owned the thing,k it juts didn’t appeal to me, and looked like a crappy mobile game and while it could easily BE a crappy mobile game, its a surprisingly good angry birds like experience, mixed with that of Bride Constructor, overall its one of my favourite indie titles

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BATTALION 1944: Bringing Something to the Table.

Looking back at my previous review from March 2018, I can see that BATTALION 1944 has come a long way, and while its changes warrant a change from negative to positive review, several of my issues with its EA release remain to this day, in this review we will look at what improved, what stayed the same and if anything got worse. Whats Good. Originally the lack of lag and their choice of Unreal Engine were aspects that impressed me,

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Outer Wilds: The Best Game I would not Play again.

Now let me clarify for those who don’t want to read my full explanation I think Outer Wilds if a fantastic game, however for me personally its just not my cup of tea, the flight controls have the same level of difficulty as games like Octodad and I am Bread, the controls seem to be 50% the difficulty and for me that holds no appeal, but i know some gamers enjoy such a challenge, I for one do not, i

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Roller Champions: We have a new contender.

Lets clear the Air. Roller Champions would be a perfect match for the Epic Store, its demographic almost entirely matches that of Fortnite BR, its business model should copy 100% Fortnite Br, including battle passes and skins, it will be a run away success and Ubisoft is too smart to throw what could be tens of millions in extra fees at steam just to appease the Steam/Reddit Militia. How does she run? Gameplay wise Roller Champions is already super smooth

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15 Games that died too soon.

1) Clockwork Empires This game had all the elements of a successful title, and yet despite its rather beefy early access pricetag still managed to garner a dedicated community of players, you would think the road an easy one for Clockwork Empires, alas inter-team strife and rumours of money problems lead to Gaslamp game closing down, taking Clockwork Empires with it. Updates & Bug fixes continue in the form of unofficial community patches. 2) Folk Tale Folk Tale was a

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Conan Unconquered: The Best RTS game of the last 10+ years.

Memories galore. Empire at War to this day for me is one of the greatest of all strategy games, closely battling out with Age of empires 3 for my affection and the coveted first place in m gaming memories,everyone about these games made me want to play more, and while there are still many very good strategy games being sold today, a lot of them lack the addictive charm of the 2000s titles. Games like Grey Goo while gorgeous, bored

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Worlds Adrift : The 3 Death blows of a Promising MMO

I will not discuss the game very much in this review as the game is soon to be removed from sale on steam and closed down, I will instead recap the games history and explain why it died. The First Mistake: Too many cooks spoil the broth. Bossa are idealists, they push borders and break moulds and that’s fine, this time however they pushed the edge a little too far and simple fell off, taking Worlds Adrift and the money

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The Division : When all is Said and Done:

Last one out locks the door. Playing the division, is a surreal feeling in 2019, with almost its entire population having migrated to Division 2 its like walking in the post disaster ruins of a major city, seeing hints that life once existed but rarely encountering it. Despite a shaky start the Division grew to become one of the best  games in the looter shooter genre, the game lived up to its hype and will be fondly remembered by those

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10 Indie Games that make me say “now this is Podracing.. emm Indie Gaming”

Indie games are a mixed lot, and while some are just as good as any AAA title, some are utter tripe that are a disgrace to your gaming life, whatever the outcome all indie games share a common feeling of being made by a small/new team. This list will look at just 10 of these indie games, a smorgasbord of good and bad for your enjoyment! 1) ClusterTruck ClusterTrucks reminds me of the type of game that could have been

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Mortal Kombat X : Well that’s unexpected.

This review was made after playing the XBOX version of the game, but the key narrative and mechanical points hold true for all versions. A confession before we begin. I knew Mortal Kombat would be exceptionally smooth, I knew the characters would have fantastic animations and a massive array of skills, that being said I personally thought the game would be overly edgy full of boobies and broken skulls, and honestly that is mostly true, but under the tasteless violence

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A Plague Tale: Innocence – Games could be the next Movies.

Before we Begin. Now before you jump into a movie loving frenzy of hatred and revulsion, i am not saying movies are a obsolete medium, I personally believe for as long as man endures there will always be a need for movies, plays,books, and yes games, all these share one common thread, stories, as Tyrion says in the Game of Thrones Final Episode, A story cannot be killed or conquered, it unites people, this is true, not because the dwarf

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