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Review: Ruiner

I first got my hands on Ruiner at PAX West just a few weeks ago and the demo I played was a great time, fast paced and engaging right from the start. You play as an unknown badass sporting a mysterious motorcycle style helmet that covers...

Review: Sudden Strike 4

Sudden Strike 4 is a high consequence RTS game with a lot of heavy decisions to make, but at the end of the day is there any replay value? That is the question I kept asking myself while playing through the recently released game's...

PAX Hands On: Frostpunk

Visiting PAX is always an interesting experience for me. I'm often underwhelmed, if not alarmed, by the trends I see in gaming, but at the same time, I often find a title which has gone completely under my radar which really gets me...

Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

Most people remember Ninja Theory due to their mishandled Devil May Cry remake/reboot/prequel thing. While I didn't play it, the general consensus seemed to be that the game featured satisfactory gameplay layered over an awful story....

Review: Absolver

"What For Honor should have been." This is the thought that keeps going through my mind while playing Absolver, the new fighting game from Paris based studio, Sloclap. And that comparison isn’t meant to take away from Absolver at all in...

Review: Crashday Redline Edition

Old school arcade racers have a special place in my heart. They are quirky, funny, and if done right they can be really entertaining for a long period of time. I had never heard of the Crashday series before coming across Crashday...

Review: Behold the Kickmen

The image above is what you see as soon as you boot up Behold the Kickmen. It sets the tone for the rest of the game. And , if like me, you saw that image and wondered why someone would spend so much time of their life making a game...

Review: Pyre

Growing up in Argentina, I often played soccer during recess. It's just something you did growing up there. It wasn't hard from the imagination of a child to pretend that this game was something more, a simulacra of struggle, a ritual. As...

Review: Galaxy of Pen and Paper

Brazil-based Behold Studios has a fancy little niche going for them in that they specialize almost entirely in RPGs that play up nostalgia and pastiche. From their very first kaiju fighting title Monster Jam to their more recent sentai...

Review: Vanquish

If there is a positive thing to be gleaned from the ongoing trend of re-releasing old games it's that the practice can give certain titles that deserve it, a second chance. Sure, Resident Evil 4 and Minecraft have been used and abused by...