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Review — Control
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 27th of August 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
Control We sit down and review Control. The latest dive into the “New Weird” of the world. Here is our review of Control Things are flowing out of the cracks and the world is ready to take a run into the world of Control. The latest title in the strange run of things that Remedy has given us over the years. Some delve into a darker horror kind of setting. Others into a weird physics kind of lesson. Read More...
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Review — Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus — Heretek DLC
by Chris Avila [ Friday, 9th of August 2019 - 07:00 PM ]
Mechanicus We sit down and review Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus — Heretek DLC. The latest Expansion for Mechanicus. Here is our review of the Heretek DLC Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus was published back in November and was quite enjoyable. Back when I was reviewing the original game, I felt there was a real mismatch between the two main factions, the Mechanicus and the Necrons. It seemed like a weird pairing but they seemed to make it work and really managed to weave an enjoyable story. The Heretek DLC has patched some of the holes for me in that story. Read More...
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Review — Trover Saves The Universe
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 6th of August 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
Trover Saves The Universe We sit down and review Trover Saves The Universe. An interesting VR game from some amazingly twisted minds. Here is our review of Trover Saves The Universe Hopefully by now you are at least aware of Trover Saves The Universe and the team behind it all here. I am not talking about just Squanch Games, but all of the minds that have input into the humor and worlds that the game is either based on or takes influence from. Fans of Rick And Morty will know exactly what I am talking about here as those influences can directly be seen all around. Being a huge fan, I was glad to put on my VR headset and dive right into the world of Trover Saves The Universe and see if it could live up to it all. Read More...
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Review — The Sinking City
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 25th of June 2019 - 07:00 PM ]
The Sinking City We sit down and review The Sinking City. We are out to investigate the Deep Ones, again, & try to keep sane. Here is our review of The Sinking City There has been a run on the Lovecraft style of video games as of late, and now we are back with another go with The Sinking City. The latest title to come out of Frogwares to try to transport us into the weird and horrible world that could be on the edge of sanity. Also, a new way to go about giving us all an investigation game that we may or may not have seen in the industry. We had a chance to dive into all of the horrors and Deep Ones out there in The Sinking City and now are here to give you the rundown. Read More...
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Review — Bubsy: Paws On Fire!
by Chris Avila [ Friday, 31st of May 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
Bubsy We sit down and review Bubsy: Paws On Fire!. Bubsy is back and bringing a new platforming experience. Here is our review of Bubsy: Paws On Fire! Here we go with another title in the franchise as Bubsy: Paws On Fire! is out there and we need to be ready to jump, slide, and fly our way through the world. You know, the basics of a platforming game and about what Choice Provisions has put together for us in the game. Something that is always a nice break from all of the serious titles that we have had out there recently for the PS4, Switch, and PC. Read More...
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Review — A Plague Tale: Innocence
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 14th of May 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
A Plague Tale We sit down and review A Plague Tale: Innocence. A stealth game with a tale of innocence lost and millions of plague rats. Here is our review of A Plague Tale: Innocence The swarm is here as A Plague Tale: Innocence is out there now for the masses to enjoy and see just what 5000 rats on screen can look like when they are tormenting an innocent brother and sister team. That may sound a bit grim, but that is the very basic description of this game from Asobo Studio here even though there is so much more going on with it all. I had a chance to actually sit down and play A Plague Tale to see what other interesting things were in the game along with its stealth gameplay and sling-fling mechanics. Read More...
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Review — Fade To Silence
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 10th of May 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
Fade To Silence We sit down and review Fade To Silence. A new survival game that places us in a frozen post-apocalypse world. Here is our review of Fade To Silence The survival game genre has seen a lot of great titles and a lot of mediocre titles fall into it and now we get to see where Fade To Silence falls into it all. This would be the latest title to come out of Black Forest Games with the help of THQ Nordic and is looking to do just that. Fade To Silence will look to us to survive in a harsh and frozen world while trying to keep other horrors at bay. Read More...
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Review — Tritton Kunai Pro Headset
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 25th of April 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
Headset We sit down and review the Tritton Kunai Pro Headset. How does the 3D Audio work for our games? Will this be your next gaming headset? We all know that when we are gaming audio can play a big factor and having the correct system or headset can change the experience. Immersion is always a factor to be sought after as it increases the enjoyment of the game. Another thing sought after is the ability to pass the information along to the player through audio cues so they may be able to use more than just sight to understand what is going on. To that extent, it is also nice to be able to pass that information along verbally instead of going through a convoluted menu system. Read More...
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Review — ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 28th of February 2019 - 10:00 PM ]
ToeJam & Earl We sit down and review ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove. The aliens and crew are back and searching for their broken ship parts. Here is our review of ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove It has been a long twenty-eight years since the first ToeJam & Earl dropped and became a weird cult classic among gamers of the time. Also for the current generation of gamers out there as they backed this little passion project from HumaNature Studios to get this game back out there. Not in a traditional remaster form, but as a title that could be claimed as a solid entry to what we had before. Read More...
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Review — Degrees Of Separation
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 22nd of February 2019 - 10:00 PM ]
Degrees Of Separation We sit down and review Degrees Of Separation. A fun little platformer game that forces a split screen. Here is our review of Degrees Of Separation It is always nice to get a break from the normal triple-A titles out there and get a fun little thing like Degrees Of Separation mixed into the gaming loop. This is the latest title from Moondrop that takes the traditional platforming model and turns it on its side a bit. Not too drastically, but enough to catch the eyes of many and make Degrees Of Separation stand out from other titles. Read More...
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Review — Metro Exodus
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 15th of February 2019 - 10:00 PM ]
Metro We sit down and review Metro Exodus. A new open-world form of this amazing franchise is here. Here is our review of Metro Exodus Here we go with another of those huge sequels slated to release as Metro Exodus is here to take us all back into the wastes of Russia to see how the characters we love will fair. It is not common that we see a book adaptation do so well in the video game medium, but 4A Games has done well so far and this new installment looks to be one of their next big entry. Even in the current situation where there are so many post-apocalypse video games out there. Read More...
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Review — FutureGrind
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 22nd of January 2019 - 10:00 PM ]
FutureGrind We sit down and review FutureGrind. A new stunt-platformer that adds a twist to light cycles. Here is our review of FutureGrind As the sea of shooters and RPGs seem to be starting up soon, it is time to take in something a bit less traditional and independent with FutureGrind. A new stun-platforming title that has launched from Milkbag Games to give us all another trial and tribulation on our PS4, Switch, and PC. All while keeping a future and cyberpunk style look about it with the other challenges. This, of course, leads to the question of how good FutureGrind actually is. Read More...
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My First Experience In The World Of Dystopia Rising
by Julia Schoebel [ Thursday, 3rd of January 2019 - 10:00 PM ]
Dystopia Rising Surviving the zombie apocalypse of Dystopia Rising is rough but fun for all no matter how much you know of the game and setting It has been several generations since the world has come to a cataclysmic ending. Humanity has risen, fallen, and slowly endured in the remaining rumble left behind. Strange mutations have developed in the radiation, creating new generations of humanity. Each unique in abilities and leery of outsiders. Read More...
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The Obligatory 2018 Video Games Year In Review List
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 28th of December 2018 - 10:00 PM ]
Video Games There were a lot of video games that came out in 2018 and we tried to review as many video games as we could. Here’s a recap of them all The year is finally over and there were a lot of great video games that came out. There were also a lot of shitty ones in the mix as well. Just like every year, there were all over the place and we had a chance to give a good chunk of them all a play and thus a review. Hells, we even had more indie-based video games mixed in to add an extra level of interest here. It, of course, is not a list of all video games that came out this year but it is a list of what we had to experience over here in our little part of the world. Read More...
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Review — Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 12th of December 2018 - 10:00 PM ]
Mutant Year Zero We sit down and review Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden. A tactical game that is a little XCOM with a little Fallout. Here is our review of Mutant Year Zero It seems like it has been a good long while since we have had a tactical RPG in the mix and Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden is here to try to scratch that itch. If the name sounds familiar, besides following all the video game news, then you would be right as this is also The Bearded Ladies’ crack at bringing an old Swedish tabletop game to life. At least to life in terms of video games. Read More...
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