Far Cry New Dawn: More like this please!

Not a Zombie to be seen. Don’t get me wrong i like zombies, they are the brainless foe we all face in real life and are unable to unload a 45 on, in their staggering undead form we can all be Rick Grimes with his unending supply of rounds and deep abiding love of saying the word Coral, with all that being said its nice to finally see another take on our presumed dark future, Hope Valley while not offering

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10 Games that are worth a second look.

Every so often you see a game on steam that looks absolute rubbish, but perhaps at deeper inspection you have found not a lump of coal but a diamond in the rough? Without further delay here are ten games which we found surprisingly good despite poor first impressions. 1) Wurm unlimited Wurm looks incredibly dated and that is for one main reason.. it is incredibly dated, with systems that looks ripped from EverQuest 1 it is not everyone’s cup of

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Pantropy : Déjà vu

While reading this review the astute among you will recognize its almost a cut and paste of my Heat review, and for good reason, both games suffer the same flaws and oddly released within 24 hours of each other! —————– Doomed to Die? Pantropy is not a bad game and if you buy it and find a good community server you will have fun, that being said i would avoid the official servers for now as these games become a

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Halo Wars: Definitive Edition : Surprisingly Good for a console RTS

Microsoft was the king of RTS. When you look back at some of the Microsoft published RTS games of the late 90s and early 00’s you see a quality of gameplay that frankly isn’t seen much anymore, while there are new RTS and they all look much prettier than these golden era games, yet they all lack the soul that games produced in the 90s and early 00s had in abundance, from stories and heroes you actually cared about to

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10 Surprisingly Good, Bad, Awful Games

1) Guild of Dungeoneering A  very cool little turn based card combat game with an extremely unique graphical look that closer to living pen and paper than any other style, great sprites and game-play mechanics that are unique to the title, such as instead of controlling only your hero, you also must build the dungeon around him/her, providing near-endless replay value, the simple character sprites even change appearance to match equipped gear, a nice immersive feature a lot of indie titles

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Heat: Not Exactly Selling like Hotcakes.

Saying it up front, wait for Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. Might as well start the review off with the facts, it’s better to wait 18 months or so and play RDR2, however if you cant wait to get your rawhide on, lets take a look at code}{atch latest early access attempt. For the purpose of this review we will not over focus on the failure of starforge or the less than steller track record Reign of Kings, the

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Apex Legends : Worse for TitanFall, than Fortnite.

Lets get the elephant out of the room. Lets get to the big question people are asking all over the web, will Apex legends kill Fortnite? and let’s be honest while Fortnite one day wont be the global phenomenon it continues to be, Apex Legends won’t kill the titan, that being said Fortnite has a serious contender in Apex, and that is great for gamers as iron sharpens Iron Apex and Fortnite will constantly strive to please and retain their

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Atlas : Highs Seas or Low Expectations?

A lot of Promise, a Long way yet to go. We will get into the controversy later, for right now lets look at the game itself, with a sailing system which while not surpassing, does rival Sea of Thieves, a taming system that i feel while different is better than Ark Survival’s and a building system that is close to equaling the majestic system of Conan Exiles. Atlas pushes a lot of right buttons  and a few wrong ones along

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10 Games to fill you with Nostalgia!

Gun Rocket With a simple pallet reminiscent of the earliest PC games Gun rocket provides a “free with windows 98” style gaming experience which was the first PC game experience for many of us, the gameplay reminded me also of the 30 minute AOL demos which as a child without a credit card were a source of both enjoyment and frustration. Mechanic wise the controls are easy to pick up but for the price provide a pretty decent amount of

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Citadel: Forged with Fire : So much wrong yet So much right.

To late to the party? Sadly this much is true, by the time Citadel is even close to ready the  market will be controlled even more by the current leaders, while the game offers some creative features such as the spell system and a more in depth crafting system than many games, overall its the second cousin to better games and will never be a huge success. The world building is exquisite.. The map is stylized to the setting and

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Card Life : Well that’s Different.

Cute, Different, and I can already see the potential pitfall. The graphics are clear and crisp, the controls simple to learn, the design system is top-notch, the ability to design any tool in any shape, and even your own character can be drawn in a simple windows paint like format is excellent, the problem is that creative ability will give way to many people who are comprised of sexual organs to put it nicely, and a kid friendly game could

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10 Indie Games you may actually like.

Adventure Manager A cute little fantasy based, Tolkien inspired retro management game, which draws inspiration from traditional JRPG combat, while very much the type of game you get 40 of for $1 on fanatical its very much a fun little indie title to pass some time, graphics are retro to the extreme and look like they were created in bitmap, which adds to the games charm. Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? While the game hasn’t aged well, and

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