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  • Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 29, 2014 under Featured, Steam
    There have been a handful of games of the strategy genre that have been released since arguably the best studio for strategy games shut its doors; few of which could be determined using the word “quality”. It is a pretty rare occurrence that a strategy game comes out that has tremendous potential to be great, and follow the lead of games that released well into a decade ago. On May 15, 2014... more.
  • The Culling of the Cows

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 27, 2014 under Featured, Steam
    You know when you sit down and play one of those games that make you kind of sit back in enjoyment despite it being so simple? Recently that happened to me, with The Culling of the Cows by Decaying Logic. It is not quite what you would expect though; as it is extremely humorous, engaging and one of those games you can spend a few hours on to pass some time. There is a bit of a difference with T... more.
  • Dementium II HD

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 2, 2014 under Featured, Steam
    Normally in the industry of video games, ports do not usually go as well as the developer had intended them to. In this case, I think it went better than expected with Dementium II HD. Originally a game for the Nintendo DS system by then-developer Renegade Kid, it had a great amount of respect from the horror fans and me alike. That brings us to the present, and now an HD version in the form... more.
  • Master Reboot: Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 1, 2014 under Steam
      Imagine a world where life doesn't end with death. A world where technology has advanced to a point where upon our last breath everything we were in life is downloaded into a cloud. Upon death, we become a virtual soul, where family and friends can come and relive our memories and visit us any time they like. Now... Imagine corruption running through this cloud. This is such a story. This ... more.
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts

    2 CommentsPosted by on December 19, 2013 under Steam
    The Call of Duty franchise has been a powerhouse within the industry for a long time, a premier cash cow if you will. It only makes sense to keep continuing the franchise at all costs. While at some points in time the experience of this powerhouse has dwindled, the heart of it has always been strong, and will remain that way for a very long time. Infinity Ward has brought to us the newest i... more.
  • The Stanley Parable Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 17, 2013 under Steam
      Originally I meant to sit down and write a review for the game, The Stanley Parable, but I'm afraid that after attempting to come up with the words to do so, I've finally decided to give up. Yep, I'm afraid I've thrown in the towel. It just won't work, and I will have no part of it! That does not, however, mean that I won't be reviewing the title. I've just opted to do so in a different ma... more.
  • Metro: Last Light DLC Roundup

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 23, 2013 under Steam
    Tower Pack This is one of those DLC’s where you have to sit back and ask a loud “wtf?” While I am a huge fan of the Metro games, this DLC really had me scratching my head as to why this was even made. As a developer though, I have an extreme respect for the team at 4A Games and this in all honesty was a kind of refresher. I had become so involved with Metro: Last Light that I desperately ... more.
  • Metro: Last Light (OSX)

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 23, 2013 under Steam
    There was one game that has really set a new bar for how Mac games should be done: Metro: Last Light. In September the great people at Deep Silver announced a port to Mac, and I instantly became interested. It is not too often you get a game that looks astonishing, and plays incredible on the Mac system. It really does not take too much either to run it on OSX if you have bought a mac within the l... more.
  • Bioshock Infinite

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 3, 2013 under Steam, Uncategorized
    Bioshock Infinite takes the series in a different but similar direction. While Bioshock one and two were based underwater Infinite is based high in the sky. Different extremes but essentially the same scenario; a city made for privileged individuals. Unfortunately, the city of Columbia did not elicit the same wonder and awe I felt when I first visited the city of Rapture. When all you have t... more.
  • Borderlands 2

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 30, 2012 under Steam
    Borderlands 2 is exactly what I wanted, more of the same with some upgrades. For me, Borderlands 2 is a massive success; it takes what the first game was: a humorous romp through a wasteland world with tons of action and MASSIVE amounts of loot and ups the ante. More humor, more action, and a much expanded upon amount of loot combined with tightened controls and much improved vehicle physics. &... more.
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