Homefront Revolution: One of the best games you never played!

Homefront Revolution was a far better sequel than Homefront deserved, yet gamers don’t forget easy and Homefront while not being entirely awful sucked in several and diverse ways, if you want to read our blunt but fair review of Homefront look here. To read what we though of the sequel, read on! Not Far Shy of Far Cry Ubisoft and especially the Far Cry games are te king of open world first person shooters and very few come close to

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JURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION: Ant Farm with Teeth.

I Liked it, but I also didn’t. JURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION barely qualifies as a game, in the same way banished and Anno barely qualify as games, while the latter adds at least a deep economic side,┬áJURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION is left feeling overall like watching a massive Ant farm that occasionally pokes you to do something. What gameplay there was, is excellent, graphics and score are gorgeous and overall it’s a quality title with a wide array of tweaking possible, but

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Stranded Deep: Yeah Exactly that…

Its Deep. Stranded Deep is an open world survival game like so many others, however what sets it apart is the depth of crafting and survival aspects, picking up coconuts isn’t a simple slot and snack ordeal, from climbing trees to cutting it open, there are a few more steps involved with everything you do. Crafting also shares this philosophy with multiple stages being required to produce most items, this adds a deeper level of immersion which for a game

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Worms Reloaded : 8 years isn’t a Decade.

Just a pet peeve out the way first, I see several people calling this game a decade old, a decade is 10 not 8 years.. with that being said Worms Reloaded is close to getting its gaming social security, is it any good 8 years after release? How does it play? It plays the same as almost every worms game since the 90’s decent fun gameplay with nicer looking graphics than the 90’s but honestly its worms, if you like

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7 Days to Die, 5 years to Try

A very solid game but we need to enjoy the journey. This review is of the Latest experimental update, its a solid game which captures the feeling well of the Apocalypse, graphics are dated but serviceable, gameplay is fun and challenging and the random map gen and modding capabilities provide an endless array of opportunities to fine tune the zombie Apocalypse to your liking, i have many times raised a whole town with over a dozen player,s its a heck

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L.A. Noire : Aged like Fine Wine

Its showing its age, but showing it well. L.A. Noire is getting on in years and despite relaunch and remasters today we focus on the Pc release, it’s clearly not a cutting edge game graphic wise, but does it hold up in other areas? Watch my eyes.. they are up here. To me the game is all about the investigation elements the combat and car chases frankly bore me, as they feel unnecessary, i often use the auto drive feature

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Life is Feudal: MMO vs Your Own

Two games, basically the Same. Life is Feudal games are basically the same, craft, shape the world, fight players, creatures, build things, look like a disease ridden peasant, get stuck in the landscape when you dig too deep, fall off cliffs, get stuck in landscape when you dig too deep, feel epic and powerful till you have your butt handed to you by a feral rodent.. get stuck in.. wait have i mentioned getting stuck in landscape yet? Overall the

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Miscreated: A Surprisingly Good Creation.

Do not Cry, for it is Cry engine. CryEngine is a fantastic engine for open world games and Miscreated utilizes it to a great degree, while the map design is admittedly rather dull, it’s very much a standard landscape from our world, as the game is one of grounded realities, it makes sense the map does not have the more interesting and fantastical locales found in games like Day Z and 7 Days to Die. Graphics while not astonishing are

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Don’t Starve, Alone or Together!

So much alike, decided to review these together! Yes its kinda cheating but Don’t Starve series is pretty much the same game, while the together has improvement, both share a lot of the same good points, so we shall review together!. Playing Alone.. eat your cookies! Random generated maps, ability to save whenever you want, no one to steal your pine cones, Don’t starve is perfect for those who are anti social or cannot play very often, the cookie art

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Assassins Creed Revelations : Fun once you get it to Run!

Brotherhood+ Stuff As with every Assassin Creed game Revelations has retained the base experience of the series, while adding its own flair, Revelations is not exception, some of the new additions include a hook blade, which allows you to use both zipline and to perform longer jumps when parkouring, another new additoon is a tower defense type mode to defend your assassin dens from the Templar and their allies while not overly complex it adds a fun minigame diversion. Brotherhood

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Dead by Daylight: Ghastly Fun

Its sick, revolting, and a lot of fun. I can say the game is mechanically and graphically very good, the DLC model is fair the maps are very well mad,e the atmosphere is fantastic, the wide arrange of killers and survivors is great to keep game fresh, i can not say it’s a pretty game, as most maps are some variation of horrible place you would never want to be in, the models however look great and the maps are

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Day of Infamy : CoD for the Big Kids.

Now to clear the Air. I love Call for Duty, I own almost every call of duty game, including pre-ordering the upcoming Black Ops 4, by saying Day of infamy is CoD for Big kids isn’t insulting Cod, its simply true, while Cod is fats paced, bunny hopping and frag filled combat, Day of infamy’s combat feels more authentic and less arcade style, everything from targeting to the way weapons handle feel slower and more realistic even reloads are per

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