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Game Review: ‘Elegy for a Dead World’ Encourages Literary Gaming

elegy for a dead world

Literary nerds, brace yourselves. The developers, writers, and artists at Dejobaan Games have finally created the ultimate game for you. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Citizens of Earth’

Citizens of Earth, Eden Industries, RPG, video game

'Citizens of Earth' is a fun, humorous, and well-presented game that unfortunately gets bogged down with the tedium of a few poor design choices. Read More »

Card Game Review: ‘Sellswords’ from Level 99 Games

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Players must think in terms of orientation and abstract powers. Read More »

Board Game Reviews: Microgames from Tasty Minstrel Games

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Big fun comes in small packages! Read More »

Word Game Review: ‘Alpha Bandits’ from Wiggity Bang

alpha bandits

Fast-paced word-building where players need to watch their backs! Read More »

Card Game Review: ‘Bang! Halo’ from USAopoly

bang halo card game

Player-versus-player team combat brought to the card table. Read More »

Game Review: Chopstick Dexterity Challenge 3000 from Mayday Games

chopstick dexterity challenge 3000

Players fence with chopsticks trying to grab the right piece of sushi. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris’

Lara Croft, The Temple of Osiris, Tomb Raider, Crystal Dynamics, PS4

Though it’s not remarkably better than its predecessor, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris offers a fun four player, co-op experience that can’t be found elsewhere on the Playstation 4. Read More »

XBox 360 Review: ‘Far Cry 4′

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'Far Cry 4' can sustain interest for weeks, months, even years. It is a credit to the gaming world. Read More »

Playstation Vita Review: ‘Tales of Hearts R’

Tales of Hearts R

Whilst not the most original of JRPG's, and a little on the easy side, Tales of Hearts R is every bit the usual JRPG affair, and when it hits the right notes, it excels in every way. Read More »