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My Thoughts on Starfield and Nivalis!

It might not have been E3, but we’ve still had some nice announcements. Once again, with the ongoing global pandemic and other problems in the world, we’ve had several notable delays in 2022 releases and beyond. Even so, there’s been a lot of intrigue for the games announced lately. I still had a nice weekend […]

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Indie Corner Episode 12: A Break Inbetween

I’m back with a new episode of Indie Corner! It’s been a while since the last episode, as May has been a difficult month for me. Fortunately, I seem to be back on the mend after a rough couple of weeks. I’ve been playing, as usual, quite a few games during my work downtime, and […]

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Old World Impressions Review: A Mighty 4X Title

It’s me again, back with a new review of Old World! I want to thank Mohawk Games and their publisher Hooded Horse for being kind enough to provide me with a copy of the Steam version for review purposes. This is more of an impressions review than anything else, but it’s great to see it […]

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Songs of Conquest Early Impressions: Reimagining a Classic

There’s been a lot of cool indie releases out in recent weeks! I’m back again with more rummaging through the indie game boxes. After a packed Q1, 2022 seems to be slowing down at least on the AAA side. With the delay of Starfield into 2023 and the usual summer lull, things will be fairly […]

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Cantata Impressions Review: Mechs and Aliens Do Work!

It’s nice when a game I’ve wanted for ages finally comes out into the world. I have plenty of games like this, but Cantata is one of the biggest examples recently. I first learned about Cantata last year, during Steam’s Summer Fest event. Every so often, they hold these great events where a ton of […]

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Indie Corner Episode 11: It's That Time Again!

It’s been a while since I wrote an indie article. March and April have been big months both for game releases and worldwide events. Itch.io, Fanatical and Humble Bundle all released gigantic charity bundles in March to support the people of Ukraine, and I picked up the first two. Firstly, some old updates on games […]

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Game Dev Interview: King of Soulash

So I’ve been playing a pretty cool new game recently. Soulash is an awesome fantasy roguelike in a vast open world, which has quite a lot of things to delve into. Recently I got the opportunity to interview the developer of this game, Artur. Here are his responses! You can pick up Soulash here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1623210/Soulash/ […]

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The Start of Something Momumentous: An Indie Compendium

Time for something a bit different! I’ve been planning a colossal project this year. Ever since I started seriously writing about video games, I took a big interest in the indie scene. While many of these guys don’t have the budget and reach of bigger companies, there are amazing products to be had. The independent […]

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Indie Corner Episode 10: Some Serious Contenders!

We’ve officially hit the double digits! It’s a sunny morning as I type this up, my coffee is good and I’ve only got a minor backache to distract me. It’s time for another episode of Indie Corner, where I talk about many indie games that are available on the market, both old and new. There […]

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Indie Corner Episode 9: Where Are They Now?

It’s me again with another indie games episode! It’ll get to the stage where I’ll just name the articles by funky titles rather than episodes, but that’s for another time. Today, I want to revisit a couple of games I’ve previously covered in a ‘Where are they now?’ thing. One of the reasons why I […]

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