Category Archives: Review

Rimworld review (alpha 17)

Sorry for the lack of posting here of late, I had 2-3 posts in draft form and they just never came together. I’ll likely combine them into one “update on games I’m playing” post ‘soon’. Anyway, today lets talk about … Continue reading

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Battle Brothers leaves EA, Wartile is deep in it, and Grim Dawn review update

Three quick items for today. First, Battle Brothers has officially left Early Access and is now released, so we can add one more example to the list of successful uses of EA. I’ve written a ton about the game, and … Continue reading

Posted in beta, Random, Review, Steam Stuff

Steam experiment, help out

I copy/pasted yesterdays Grim Dawn review into Steam as a review. Could everyone here with Steam head over to the review and up-vote it? I want to test a theory related to reviews and ratings. Thanks.

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Grim Dawn review

Since the release of Diablo 2, way back in the year 2000, basically every ARPG has been trying to be Diablo 3, yet none have truly succeeded, not even the actual Diablo 3. I’m not going to go so far … Continue reading

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In time, you will know the tragic extent of my failings…

Darkest Dungeon has defeated me, and I’m ok with that. I’ve been playing and greatly enjoying the new Radiant mode, which reduced some of the grind in DD, mostly in how many dungeon runs you need between a fresh recruit … Continue reading

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XCOM 2 – Long War 2 mod review

When XCOM 2 originally came out I liked it, as it was more of XCOM, and the first game was great. I didn’t love it as much as the original (which I played through twice, once on ironman), but I … Continue reading

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Battle Brothers review

Battle Brothers is one of those “how f’n hard is this game?” types that I love. It’s not unfair hard, and its not ‘super hard to learn’ hard either. The difficulty is that every little decision before and during battle … Continue reading

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