Review:Totally Accurate Battle Simulator

Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is an excellent piece of software, it’s not, however, a very good game, with repetitive gameplay loops, lack of multiplayer, and tedious campaigns, and the sandbox mode, which is the real star, shines brightly, and burns out quickly.

Rock, Paper Scissors.

Every unit type is countered by a different unit and advancing through the simple campaign, and adventure modes require finding the right combination of units while keeping within the restrictive points allocated.

This was the … Read Full Article “Review:Totally Accurate Battle Simulator”

Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

Review: Rimworld A Chinchilla killed my Doctor, Now I am sad.

Rimworld is unlike any game I have ever seen, let alone played, a dynamic story generator with almost unlimited potential.

Dynamic Story Generator?

Fear, not Rimworld is not some cringe-inducing visual novel full of large breasts and nose bleeds. Instead, it is a true sandbox that gives you a single directive, to survive; however, you see best.

Do you wish to build a thriving modern society, go for it, or maybe you prefer living in wooden huts and eating human … Read Full Article “Review: Rimworld A Chinchilla killed my Doctor, Now I am sad.”

Platforms: PC

How is Destiny 2 Doing?

Destiny 2 has survived the foretold death predicted by every whinging Reddit crybaby, steam forum prophet of doom, the dishonest game journalists and Youtube clickbaiter to become one of the most popular games on Steam and one of the most played shooters in the world.

The road has been long and at times challenging, and its been full of pitfalls, but Destiny 2 grown all the stronger for those challenges, that being said there are still mountains to climb.

What

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Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

Review: Bleeding Edge – The next “Sea of Thieves”.

Huh, Why Sea of Thieves?

Sea of Thieves had a rough few months/the first year it was a niche title that few people spoke of, less played and overall it looked to be an idea that would die before it fulfilled its potential, then after a few substantial updates during the first 12 months the spark finally set the house ablaze, and Sea of Thieves turned into the powerhouse we have today, a game played by millions.

I would love … Read Full Article “Review: Bleeding Edge – The next “Sea of Thieves”.”

Platforms: PC XBox One

Review: Bastard

Bastard is a fantastic retro CRPG decent looking visuals, a great throwback to the golden age of CRPG.

Easy to pick up and a struggle to put down, the story and world that has been created will keep you hooked until the very end, which is just as well, as the story is the main reason to play Bastard.

Simplistic Charm.

Everything about Bastard feels like a page ripped from the early 2000s/late 90s game design manual, I love how … Read Full Article “Review: Bastard”

Platforms: PC

Review: HoldFast – Nations at War

HoldFast – Nations at War is a surprisingly fun mil-sim title. While you won’t find the most serious players on public servers, regiments (clans) often host line battles for those who want to experience something more authentic.

A solid indie title, But Certainly not AAA

Everything about Holdfast screams its identity as a very polished and smooth indie title, but do not expect AAA level of polish or graphical quality here, its an unfair standard and one that HoldFast doesn’t … Read Full Article “Review: HoldFast – Nations at War”

Platforms: PC

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