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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.
  • Mega Bloks Jungle Troopers

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 20, 2014 under Collectible, Featured
    To keep up with the very awesome theme we have going here, Mega Bloks sent us one of their newer products for review. Of course as with the rest of the Mega Bloks reviews, you can be rest assured that these do not belong to kids age ranges; I stress every review that these are specifically made as a collectable. With that out of the way, let’s go over what is included within the box. Just to ... more.
  • Fantastic Contraption

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 20, 2014 under Featured, PC Games
    Fantastic Contraption is an excellent puzzle game with an added bonus: it has physics based gameplay. That is not to say that puzzle games without physics-based gameplay are bad, I found them to be the more enjoyable games. It is a puzzle game based around the ability to get an object (or multiple ones) from point-A to their destination; there is a catch though, you are required to build the r... more.
  • Mega Bloks Spring 2014 Call of Duty Collection – Tranzit Farm and Zombie Horde

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 28, 2014 under Collectible, Featured
    While there are a lot of things people associate the series of Call of Duty one thing is the most brought up and that is the gameplay mode from the Treyarch line, entitled Zombies. Naturally when I see that Mega Bloks has come out with a new line of collectibles for my favorite games, I ask to review them. Again, they sent me items to review from the Spring 2014 collection: Zombie Tranzit Farm and... more.
  • Mega Bloks Halo Spring 2014 Collection – Halo ODST Drop Pod

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 28, 2014 under Collectible, Featured
    There has been one game that I have always been fond of more than any other in the series, arguably the best out of all of them when it came to story-telling adventures. Halo: ODST is my favorite on because it captivated me with its different play style, and an epic story that no Halo game has come to match yet. Then, one day I check my e-mail and it is Mega Bloks announcing their Spring Collec... more.
  • PSB Alpha 1-100

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 10, 2014 under Featured, Speakers
    As most of my readers know, there is nothing more important to me in the gaming experience than sound. Sound can be the ultimate difference maker between a quality and low production video game for me. Being the audiophile I am, I generally am on the lookout for new companies with something to prove. In the industry of audio technology, it is overly saturated with terrible products, and then on th... more.
  • Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 6, 2014 under Featured, Uplay
    There are not many series of video games that I love more than the Assassin’s Creed series. I have played each and every single installment, from the very first, to Black Flag. With that said, I was extremely excited when Ubisoft announced Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD. I played the original, and I was curious how this HD port would turn out. Thankfully, the team at Ubisoft sent us a copy fo... 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.
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