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Total War: Rome 2 Review

As one of the many tiny factions scattered across the vast campaign map, Total War: Rome 2 has been attacked from all sides by raging technical issues, militant strains of AI troubles, and the enchanting darkness of mysterious and poorly…

Banished Review

When I spoke to Shining Rock Software's Luke Hodorowicz last year, I was very excited banished, not least because Luke was obviously a developer who was very interested in his game and the city-building genre. Banned is not SimCitybut…

Undertale Review

Full Disclosure: This copy of Undertale was bought for me by a friend who told me "I swear to god you need to play this right now if I can't talk about it very soon I'll burst internally kind of" and I thank you wholeheartedly for it…

Enter the Gungeon Review

I committed the cardinal sin of the PC invasion bunker. I am not ready yet Enter the dungeon. In my defense, that's because — how The Binding of Isaac or Our darker destiny or Nuclear Throneall games that serve as very clear touchstones…

Dark Souls 3 – Ashes of Ariandel Review

There's a certain anticipation that comes with the release of a new one Dark Souls Add-on born of From Software's near-perfect record with the medium. That Artorias of the Abyss To this day, the expansion is a good example of how…

Pagan Online review: Let fallen gods lie

Pagan Online captivated me with its collection of different heroes and a campaign story loosely based on Slavic mythology. The gods of this world are gone and it's up to the hero to save them before darkness engulfs everything. It sounded…