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Review: State of Decay 2

Let me introduce you to The Refugees. They're a hardy bunch, ten survivors who banded together in an abandoned strip mall. Every member of their post-apocalyptic community brings a little something different to the table. Oscar, or Grouch a...

 
 
 
 

Meek Mill is free. Today is a Good Day.

 
 
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Review: The Swords of Ditto

Stop me if you've heard this one before: A young adventurer washes up on the shore of some mysterious land—perhaps an island under the curse of a wicked magician—and winds up battling evil to save the day. Sound familiar? It sho...

 
 
 
 

Do you love writing about games but struggle with putting all your great ideas into a cohesive blog? Crave feedback but fear rejection? I'll edit you! Leave a comment if you want an editorial eye a blog. If you want to improve, I'm here to help!

 
 
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Long Gone Days is an RPG about modern conflicts

Long Gone Days is an RPG about modern-day conflicts and the human cost of engagements. The game, which recently launched on Steam's Early Access platform, features multiple combat systems and pleasant sprite art that work together to s...

 
 
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Vampyr's story trailer doesn't suck

Vampyr, Dontnod's upcoming action RPG, has avoided the spotlight for most of 2018. After a delay announcement last year, there hasn't been much information about the vampire-themed game, save for its new release date of June 5. Today, howev...

 
 
 
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Review: Far Cry 5

Hope County is heartbreaking. The stretch of Montana country is beautiful but racked by tragedy; a region of breathtaking views marred by the violent and vengeful grip of a doomsday cult called Eden's Gate. That clash of bucolic, frontiersm...

 
 
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PC Port Report: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Ni No Kuni II is a charming RPG where the president of some great human nation gets blown up by a missile and transported to a magical world of talking rats and half-cat kings, armed only with a bitchin' ponytail and a handgun. On paper, it...

 
 
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Paratopic is an enigmatic, haunting little game

Paratopic sticks with you. It's the kind of game that lingers, haunting the dark corners of your mind after its credits roll. There's something off about it in a delightful way; the atmospheric fever dream of low-poly horror imagery sh...

 
 
 
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Helltown is a special mix of low-poly horror

If you've been paying attention to the games I write about here, then you've probably noticed that I gravitate towards low-poly games with weird art. If it looks like it was created twenty years ago, I'm in. I love that chunky stuff; I can'...

 
 
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Sony confirms Days Gone delayed into 2019

Days Gone, the PlayStation 4-exclusive game about bikers and hordes of zombies, won't make its planned 2018 release window. According to a statement made by Sony to USGamer, the open-world title has been delayed until 2019. Days Gone debute...

 
 
 

Happy Friday. I'm now officially on Spring Break. That's one whole week without stupid papers to write! To celebrate, I want to give someone a Steam copy of FTL. First person to reply with their Steam id (so i can send it) gets the game. <3

 
 
 

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine's writing is so good it almost makes me mad. Please play this game:23 people contributed to it, pulling from folklore and US history. It's beautiful. Also, you can read my review on the FP, but my words don't do it justice


 
 
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Review: Where the Water Tastes Like Wine

America's backbone is built from stories shared over campfires. Every road is a vein, snaking and winding across state lines, paved by tall tales and folklore. This land isn't perfect, but it means something to its inhabitants. The stories ...

 
 
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Review: Gleaner Heights

There's beauty in the farmer's routine. Every day revolves around a taxing schedule. Each row of crops requires watering, animals need to be fed and produce needs to be prepared for market, all before the sun rises high in the sky. Reaping ...

 
 
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Review: Rust

There's a fatalistic cycle at the heart of Rust. Every life begins the same. Players spawn on the shores of an uncaring island, naked and ill-equipped to make it through the day. Every life ends the same, too: with the clinical inevitabilit...

 
 
 

It's friday. I've been down in the dumps lately. So lemme try and do something nice: Who wants a closed alpha key for Hunt: Showdown. First reply gets it, just make sure your computer can handle it!

 
 
 
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Review: The Red Strings Club

Brandeis is plummeting towards the ground. It's silent as he falls; the city he worked so hard to save has gone to sleep, blissfully unaware that the hacker will meet his end face-down on the pavement. Though his life will be over shortly, ...

 
 
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SOS turns battle royales into performance art

I am not the funny friend. I'm not a performer, either. In any social situation, I'm good for either two half-decent jokes or one drunken cover of "She Hates Me" if I can get my hands on a karaoke mic. Suffice to say that whatever muse insp...

 
 
 

finally made it to Heavensward. Final Fantasy is a good, good game yall

 
 


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