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  • Review: Fictorum (PC)

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    Review: Fictorum (PC)

    I put a spell on you, and now you're… like, really burnt to a crisp.
    Fictorum may have impressed a number of people these past few months thanks to some very handy PR work on sites like Reddit and Imgur. Chances are, if you frequent those sites, namely the sections focused on gaming, you probably came across some gifs of this game. It's the one where a wizard is crafting these powerful spells in order to blast away enemies and even entire buildings. I will freely admit that the only reason I ever became interested in Fictorum is thanks in part to seeing those gifs...
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    Review: Fictorum (PC)

    really burnt to a crisp.
    Fictorum may have impressed a number of people these past few months...
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  • Review: Nex Machina

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    Review: Nex Machina


    A modern Robotron is alive and well in 2017 and it is glorious.

    Nex Machina hits all the right notes with its modern twist on a classic gaming experience. Inspired by games like Robotron 2084 and Smash TV, Nex Machina combines the best elements of prior twin-stick shooters with impressive sci-fi visuals, an adrenaline pumping electronic soundtrack, tough as nails boss encounters, and a perpetual desire to play "just one more level." I dare say that Nex Machina is one of the best twin-stick shooters money can buy and one of 2017's finest games. T...
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    Review: Nex Machina

    A modern Robotron is alive and well in 2017 and it is glorious.

    Nex Machina hits all the right notes with its modern twist on a...
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  • The Turing Test Hands-on Preview and Gameplay Videos

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    The Turing Test Hands-on Preview and Gameplay Videos

    A new puzzle platformer is nearly here from Bulkhead Interactive and publisher Square Enix and it's called The Turing Test. I was fortunate enough to get some hands-on time with the game earlier this month ahead of its August 30 release. A part of the restriction I was given was that I was to share nothing beyond the third chapter of the game. A review is forthcoming but perhaps a look at the first three chapters will be enough for you to decide if you are interested in the game or not. If you are, you can pick it up for either the PC or Xbox One. It is curre...
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  • The Turing Test Hands-on Preview and Gameplay Videos

    A new puzzle platformer is nearly here from Bulkhead Interactive and publisher Square Enix and it's called The Turing Test. I was fortunate enough...
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  • No Man's Sky is a Massive Disappointment

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    No Man's Sky is a Massive Disappointment

    About as deep and as entertaining as a puddle.

    I did something a bit different with my "Week in Review" this week for No Man's Sky. Instead of just writing up a few sentences about why I think the game is a massive disappointment, I decided to share my unedited rant/thoughts about the game. I recorded this last night as part of my Twitch stream of World of Warcraft. Why was I playing WoW and not No Man's Sky while talking about No Man's Sky? Well, it's simply because No Man's Sky absolutely eats up my CPU. It consumes so much CPU that I cannot reliably...
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  • No Man's Sky is a Massive Disappointment

    About as deep and as entertaining as a puddle.

    I did something a bit different with my "Week in Review" this week for...
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  • Week in Review: Catching Up with Fallout 4 DLC, The Division, and Forced Showdown (All of April 2016)

    It's certainly been quite some time since we last had one of these Weeks in Review, yeah? Sorry about that, but you know at least one of the reasons already. With that out of the way, it should be noted that there have been a number of games that I played in the past few weeks.

    Some of these reviews will be a bit shorter than previous entries just so I don't exhaust myself with all of the reviews I think I have to write. Keep in mind that I'm not actually sure how many games are going to end up below, so anything I just said might end up being a load of crap....
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  • Week in Review: Catching Up with Fallout 4 DLC, The Division, and Forced Showdown (All of April 2016)

    It's certainly been quite some time since we last had one of these Weeks in Review, yeah? Sorry about that, but you know at least one of the r...
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  • The Best in Gaming 2014 - Part 2

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    The Best in Gaming 2014 - Part 2

    Welcome back to the "best in gaming" for 2014! If you missed out on part one, feel free to check that out now and then rush back here to read the rest!



    Indie Games The rise of Indie games continued in 2014. Throughout the year, we saw some very impressive releases across almost every platform known to man, namely on the PC through Steam and on the PlayStation 4. While some may whine that Indie games are somehow "lesser games," that really isn't the case in the slightest. Indie developers and thus Indie games continue to push boundaries. Indi...
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  • The Best in Gaming 2014 - Part 1

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    The Best in Gaming 2014 - Part 1

    It's Christmas Eve and that can only mean one thing: I've been drinking. It also means that I put off writing my "best of" entry until the worst possible moment.

    Let's face it, 2014 pretty much sucked in almost every aspect for the gaming industry. This was one of the few years where the "good" was the rarity. Thankfully, there was some good to be found. There were still some great games released and some really fantastic treats for gaming fans and the industry at large. Be sure to gather up your friends and family because it's time to read through...
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  • 2014's Biggest Disappointments in the Gaming Industry - Part 2

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    2014's Biggest Disappointments in the Gaming Industry - Part 2

    Let's continue where I left off in "2014's Biggest Disappointments in the Gaming Industry - Part 1" from yesterday!

    Xbox One Lacks a Screenshot Feature The Xbox One shipped with even fewer features than the PlayStation 4 did, but a lot of cool new features have been added to the system regularly throughout the year. However, it still lacks a feature that fans have wanted from the start: The ability to take screenshots. The system already has the ability to record short gameplay clips but it can't take a simple screenshot? The PlayStation 4 had this ...
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  • 2014's Biggest Disappointments in the Gaming Industry - Part 1

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    2014's Biggest Disappointments in the Gaming Industry - Part 1

    As we near the end of another year it's time once again to collect our thoughts and think back on all the absolute garbage we have all had to endure from the gaming industry over these past 12 months. This ranges from terrible games, to terrible developers and publishers, the gaming press, and even the gaming community. Undoubtedly, some of the "worst" offenders will be obvious, but maybe, just maybe, there will be a few surprises included below. This will differ from previous years in that this will be more of an informal piece. I am writing this first and foremos...
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  • Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

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    Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

    Wolfenstein: The New Order might be my new favorite modern first-person shooter. I'll give you some idea of just how much I've enjoyed my time with Wolfenstein. I started playing the game at midnight for the PC release. Later that day I received my PlayStation 4 review copy. I finished my run through of the PC version the next day and then immediately started a new game on the PS4 version and I am playing through it again. And you know what? It just feels right. Wolfenstein: The New Order comes across as a near perfect blend of old-school FPS experiences...
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