Raji: An Ancient Epic
8.0

Raji: An Ancient Epic

Once in a while, an uncut gem arrives in the gaming market. You see this game on the Steam Store, and you’re amazed. It’s dazzling splendour, it’s the fantastic art design and its engaging story. Then you realise that this uncut gem remains an uncut gem because it has more potential. It has so much potential that if expanded with DLCs and free updates, this game can become even greater.

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Early Access Corner: Episode 1

Early Access Corner: Episode 1

It’s me again! So I’ve had a really good time with early access titles in the last few years, so I thought I would start a new segment where I take you guys through some of my faves. Early Access is a controversial topic in gaming, I know. Studios asking...

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The Expanse Season 1, Episode 1 Review: The Big Bang Explosion!

The Expanse Season 1, Episode 1 Review: The Big Bang Explosion!

In the asteroid belt near Saturn, James Holden and the crew of the ice-freighter Canterbury, investigate a distress call from an unknown derelict ship, the Scopuli. On Ceres Station, weary Detective Miller begins an off the book investigation to find a missing heiress, Juliette Andromeda Mao, and ship her home to Earth, but Miller’s seemingly simple job takes an unexpected turn.

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Bringing Past Games to the Present

Bringing Past Games to the Present

It’s me again! It’s been a quiet few weeks from me, but I’m looking to get back into some game recommendations. While everyone is focused on the current craze, I’ve been trying out some other games that deserve attention, games old and new. The latest in my Time Capusle series,...

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Cloudpunk: My Impressions

Cloudpunk: My Impressions

There is an immersive world throughout this city and I am impressed even though there are some issues that I think could be fixed. The story and writing style is consistent enough because the game’s not aiming to be a thorough masterpiece. It’s aiming to give you a one night experience of a delivery driver that gets caught up in a world that quite frankly she shouldn’t be in. Her job is to deliver packages. But what if that shady corporation was using you? That’s what I like the most. The story.

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A Scar’s Impressions of Immortals Fenyx Rising

A Scar’s Impressions of Immortals Fenyx Rising

A good Ubisoft game? Wonders will never cease. I kid, but really, this game might just surprise you. I was hoping to make this a full review. Unfortunately, technical issues have gotten in the way of my immortal wisdom once more. I was chugging along happily in this strange Zelda/Ubisoft...

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Gordian Quest  (Early Access) Review

Gordian Quest (Early Access) Review

Lead heroes on an adventure to save what’s left of this fallen world and destroy the root of evil abound. Will you fall at the claws of your enemies or the consequences of your poor decisions? Your Gordian Quest is about to begin.

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Kenshi Review: Dreaming an Ideal Game
7.5

Kenshi Review: Dreaming an Ideal Game

Introduction This kind of game is difficult to get right for even the biggest company, let alone a small indie dev. On that regard, Kenshi has surpassed so many expectations. But how good is Kenshi? Let’s find out. I bought this game in 2014, and I decided to hold off...

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Review: The Legend of El Cid (Amazon Prime)

Review: The Legend of El Cid (Amazon Prime)

Watch Now on Amazon Prime Synopsis: The story of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, a Castilian nobleman and war hero in medieval Spain. History will always remember his name. #ElCid, Coming 18th December on Prime Video. Review: The Legend of El Cid is a brand new, revolutionary historical production that has...

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Review: Ironheart by Choice of Games

Review: Ironheart by Choice of Games

In 1182 AD, the Papacy, the Caliphate, and the Mongols are at war, and they all have mechs–hulking war robots, powered by energy from mysterious “skystone” meteorites.
Ironheart is a 250,000-word interactive novel by Lee Williams.

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