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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Tuesday, 4th of April 2017 - 01:00 PM ]
We sit down and review Bear With Me: Episode One. Dive in to the detective thriller of the century. Here's our review of Bear With Me: Episode One Bear With Me: Episode One has been pretty much an obsession for me. I’ve had rocky experiences with point and click adventure games over the years. Some are so simple it’s not even fun, then some are masochistically hard from making no logical sense. Why would kicking over a rock in the garden, causing you to stumble back, fall into the pool so that the sun can bounce off the waves, and that somehow blinds the cat causing him to jump from his perch on top the coat rack and brush the lock on the door to open it? Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 3rd of April 2017 - 05:00 PM ]
We sit down and review Slime-San. Out of this world and into a worm. Here's our review of Slime-San Slime-San is an incredibly hard platformer developed by Fabraz and is the second game from the indie team. I will let my bias be known this type of game really isn’t for me. My main motivation for playing and subsequently reviewing this game was because it’s similarity to Super Meat Boy. I like to challenge myself and Slime-San is the very definition of challenging. At first, it kind of turned me off. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 27th of March 2017 - 01:00 PM ]
We sit down and play Mass Effect: Andromeda. We've had some time and now we delve into a full review of Mass Effect: Andromeda Hello again Mass Effect fans. Welcome to my review for Mass Effect: Andromeda. I won’t take much time discussing bugs and things I covered in my first impressions article, but I will get the bad out of the way first. If you’re going to pick this game up then get a can of Raid with it because the bugs are plentiful. One experience I had was on a mission you get from Vetra. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Tuesday, 21st of March 2017 - 01:00 PM ]
We sit down and play Mass Effect: Andromeda. The game just came out but here's some quick reasons to buy or not buy Mass Effect: Andromeda Hello, dear readers. This is more of a first impression than an actual review for Mass Effect: Andromeda. I picked this game up early and due to my schedule at the beginning of writing this, I am only about five hours into the game. I also played this pre-patch, but I do realize as time goes on and patches get released from BioWare it may render some of these observations irrelevant. I felt this was pertinent information to let you know as I will have a complete review for Mass Effect: Andromeda sometime following this one, but to also let you know how this Mass Effect is right now if you are wary about picking it up due to the ‘animation’ controversy. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Friday, 29th of April 2016 - 05:00 PM ]
Going up with JettyCat the cool cat with a jetpack in JettyCat Towers JettyCat Towers is a mobile game developed by Andrej Preradovic of Ohsat Games. JettyCat looks very nice. I feel like he will make a good mobile game mascot being a very cute cat with a jetpack. The game has thirty levels divided up into three towers; with the third tower being a master challenge that requires you to collect 170 coins scattered across the past two towers. The controls are simple: tap left to go left, tap right to go right, and hold both to go straight. The first tower consists of rooms that have salmon colored walls and yellow block backgrounds. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 11th of April 2016 - 05:00 PM ]
We sit down and review Caasi’s Odyssey. “The next generation rogue-adventure.” Here's our review of Caasi’s Odyssey Caasi’s Odyssey claims to be “The next generation rogue-adventure with unique gameplay mechanics such as a physics based damage system.” It was developed Indieaner Games. This game is not good. As soon as I started Caasi’s Odyssey it began to glitch. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 4th of April 2016 - 05:00 PM ]
We sit down and review Binaries. It's a quirky little platformer of sorts from another small developer. Here's our review of Binaries Binaries is the world’s first concentration-platform game developed by Ant Workshop. This is the Scotland based developers first project. Lead developer Tony Gowland has been a game designer for over fourteen years, and has quite the list of accomplishments along with Will Morton who has many accomplishments to his name as well. I found this game to be a love hate relationship. I would power through levels and get angrier with each death. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 28th of March 2016 - 05:00 PM ]
The Minims is an enjoyable point and click adventure and here is our review of The Minims The Minims is the debut, 3D point and click adventure game from Beyond Those Hills. A new indie development studio in Athens, Greece. The game opens on a stormy night, slowly panning up to a single tree located on the rocky cliff-side. Lightning flickered illuminating the scenery as dull orange text appeared at the bottom of my screen. The tutorial prompted me to hold shift to rotate the camera and left click to interact with the tree. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 22nd of February 2016 - 04:00 PM ]
After Garry's Mod's ten millionth copy sold a big update has come to Garry's Mod After selling its ten millionth copy over the New Year sale the delightful, Garry's Mod has received a much needed update that fixes some very long-standing problems. Let’s take a moment to speculate. I, as well as many others, love Garry’s Mod. Its wacky sandbox fun. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Friday, 19th of February 2016 - 08:00 PM ]
A short rundown of the new operation wildfire Operation Wildfire is spreading like wildfire through the Counter Strike community. Pun intended. After a long drought and the disaster of the winter update, which caused Valve to undo the changes from all the backlash it was receiving, we are finally getting a new operation, case, many needed game changes, and perhaps most importantly the return of Nuke. I'll get into all that in detail in just a moment. Let’s start off with the operation itself. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 16th of November 2015 - 01:00 PM ]
My journey into Fallout 4 has begun and with so much to cover here are my first impressions. Here's my Fallout 4 Short Overview so far Hello, everyone! I have crawled out of my vault to give you my initial thoughts on Fallout 4! My Pip-Boy edition arrived later than my girlfriend's so this is a bit late. I won’t be putting any spoilers, and will remain as vague as possible about specific things. I won’t talk in detail about anything that hasn’t been shown off by Bethesda themselves like the first twenty minutes of Fallout 4 gameplay. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 29th of June 2015 - 03:00 PM ]
We sit back And Review Fallout Shelter. This of course being the nice little distraction on mobile devices until Fallout 4 releases. Let's see if it is worth our time or not This won't be an overly long review since Fallout Shelter is only of a mobile game but they are a lot of good things I like about this game so I am going to start with the few small gripes I have with Fallout Shelter. To start things off Fallout Shelter is a little buggy and crashes randomly on my girlfriend's iPad that is only a few years old. I am sure this is an easy fix and Bethesda Game Studios will get it fixed in short order when a new update is rolled out. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Monday, 29th of June 2015 - 01:00 PM ]
We Tried To Sit Down And Review Batman: Arkham Knight but sadly the PC version has made that impossibility. Here's what I have to say on the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight I received my copy of Batman: Arkham Knight when I bought my new GTX 960 SCC 4GB edition. I had never played the previous three Arkham games or any spin-offs and was quite looking forward to diving in to such a praised franchise from Rocksteady Games to review it without having the others to compare it to. Though after spending a day downloading the game… it crashed on startup. I'm not the only one who has been burned by the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Tuesday, 16th of June 2015 - 05:00 PM ]
One of the big titles out of the BE3 press event was Fallout 4. Here's what I think about Fallout 4 and what was shown for the franchise Bethesda's first game conference was a huge success. I was enthralled from start to finish. All the games Bethesda showed off looked amazing and I can't wait to play them. Though for myself and many fans around the world the game we most looked forward to was Fallout 4. We can all collectively agree that we weren't disappointed. Read More...
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by Dakota B. Johnson [ Tuesday, 19th of May 2015 - 01:00 PM ]
Fallout 4 Has Been Indirectly Confirmed Through Various Leaks For the past few years Fallout fans have been in a frenzy trying to predict when we would get an announcement for Fallout 4 or another title in the franchise. Some highly dedicated fans have even pulled off elaborate hoaxes; like the Survivor 2299 hoax. Many believe this year at E3 Bethesda's big announcement will include Fallout 4. Regardless of when, we all know a new Fallout game is coming. Read More...
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