Reviews

  • HELLFRONT: HONEYMOON – Steam Review

    First Impressions Honestly, this has to be one of the oddest names for a game I’ve seen. HELLFRONT: HONEYMOON (HH). I guess you could make some association from how war is Hell, and the first planet you finish is called Honeymoon, but it still seems like a stretch to me.…

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  • Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin – Campaign Review

    For around a decade now, I have been a huge fan of the warhammer franchise. To be precise, I’ve been a massive fan of the video games. The tabletops, well…not so much, it’s just too hard and expensive to get into that hobby especially considering my location and the economy…

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  • Full Metal Sergeant – Steam Review

    First Impressions Growing up, I never had much interest in joining the military. I certainly appreciate those who go out and defend our freedom, but I’ve never been one to enjoy trudging around. However, with Full Metal Sergeant (FMS), I do get the opportunity to yell at other people and…

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  • 112 Operator Review

    First Impressions Having played and reviewed 911 Operator recently, knowing I owned 112 Operator as well, I figured I may as well play it too. As far as I’m aware, it’s essentially the game, but having looked at the store page and some reviews, it’s made some improvements on the…

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    Nord and Hazzie Terminal Conflict Review

    Wargames evoke images of times long past. While the opportunity to relive these periods is fantastic, some are at a point approaching oversaturation. Comparatively, times in the more recent past remain less well explored, such as The Cold War era. A setting becomes more than an interaction when relatable events…

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    The Shadow Government Simulator

    There is an old saying, “It’s not always what you know but who you know”. In many cases, this is true, and dare I say more so when it comes to ascending to positions of power. I’m not here, of course, to debate how we get the leaders we do,…

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  • Sim Casino Review

    “Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.” This, of course, is one of the most iconic quotes in cinematic history - Rick Blaine’s reaction to IIsa Lund’s entry into his Casablanca Gin joint and gambling den.

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  • Mug Club Curious Explidition 2 Review

    Every new game is a story unexplored by the player, but not every game can hold my attention with unexpected absurdities and hilarious stories. Maschinen-Mensch’s Curious Expedition 2 is a turn-based procedurally generated exploration game with a story, unlike the first Curious Expedition. CE2’s graphics are a gorgeous [Tintin] comic…

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  • Shards Of Infinity Review

    Very good boardgame port that takes its cues from the beloved Dominion style of deck builders with a community pool of cards but using the Ascension formula for how this is implemented creates a very take that style of gameplay. Fast-paced and easy to pick up. 

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  • Space Raiders In Space Review

    This wave-based tower defense roguelite is the first released product from developers "2 Stupid Devs". When I was asked to describe the game the first thing that came to mind was Starship Troopers done in a comic book art style created by Terrance and Philip.

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