Time Capsule: More games worth playing in 2020

Time Capsule: More games worth playing in 2020

I’m back again! You’ll be waiting a bit longer for my setpiece about Satisfactory, but I need some more time with the game before I feel confident enough to talk about it. So, today I’ll be talking about some more games from previous years which you might have missed! Lost...

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A review of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory
6.5

A review of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory

Before I begin, I’m going to preface this review by stating that I have not played Melody of Memory to full completion. Quite frankly, there’s not much you’re missing by doing so, but that will be mentioned later on. Also I will not be covering the slice of story that’s...

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Getting Gaming: (Player Perspective) RP in gaming

Getting Gaming: (Player Perspective) RP in gaming

Gather around and take a seat, I want to ask you all a question. How does everyone feel about roleplaying in modern gaming? If you are playing a character in a game, how important is their background to you? And, if there isn’t a satisfying background provided- do you make...

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Napoleon Total War Review

Napoleon Total War Review

Rating: 8/10 Synopsis: Take on the Peninsular Campaign, based on the intense conflict that raged over the Spanish Peninsula between 1811 and 1814. Choose one of the three nations at war – France, Great Britain or Spain – and lead your campaign across an independent map featuring 32 new controllable...

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Time Capsule – Older Games Worth Playing in 2020

Time Capsule – Older Games Worth Playing in 2020

2020 being the year it is, there’s still a lot to talk about on the video game scene. I realized when going through my rather insane game library that there are a ton of games that might be overlooked this year. So, why not start a little series where I...

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Total War™: ROME II – Emperor Edition

Total War™: ROME II – Emperor Edition

Review: This is a fantastic recreation of a marvellous world that is no longer present anymore. Rating: 9.5/10 Synopsis: Total War: Rome II is a turn-based strategy game developed by The Creative Assembly and published by SEGA, and was released in september 2013 for Microsoft Windows. The eighth standalone game...

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Teardown: Early Access Review

Teardown: Early Access Review

It’s rare that a video game grabs me within the opening ten minutes, but that’s what Teardown has done for me. Made by a small, independent studio known as Tuxedo Labs based in Sweden, Teardown does what gaming is set out to do in brilliant style: mad, endless fun. Early...

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Getting Gaming: Difficulty

Getting Gaming: Difficulty

For those of you in a rush let me summarize this for you: Difficulty should not come from confusion. Now let me explain why confusion is often used to inflate difficulty in games before I explain how to correct it. In Dungeons and Dragons, DM’s will often shroud their puzzles...

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Enderal: Forgotten Stories Review

Enderal: Forgotten Stories Review

57 hours later, I saw the credits once again. As soon as I booted up the revamped Steam version of Enderal, and saw the opening, I realized I was back home. I will say that my play-through of Forgotten Stories was not complete. I missed out on at least a...

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Assassin Creed Origins

Assassin Creed Origins

Assassin Creed Origins was the game that, for the first time, revolutionised the Franchise after Unity’s dismal launch back in 2014. It was a new setting, a new time where the Assassin Creed franchise had never gone before. Now, instead of a linear storyline and a dedicated set of missions,...

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