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Hello, gamers! I have had the privilege of being able to play the newest park simulator game developed by Pixelsplit. The game is in early access and still being developed. Therefore, know that my impressions may not be true to what you will experience if you are reading this too far from publication.  I need to thank Pixelsplit for the preview code that was provided.  I have enjoyed my time with ...

EVERSPACE 2 is a game I’ve been watching with anticipation and fascination ever since I first got my hands on it at PAX South 2020 and the subsequent prototype build shown this past summer. Today, EVERSPACE 2 drops on Steam Early Access and GOG. I’ve been so excited to cover this game that ROCKFISH Games was generous enough to give me a key to let me play it over the weekend, and I’ve been keen on...

Just like the two games in the series before it Amnesia: Rebirth does a great job subverting expectations and ramping up the tension to high levels. Join me as I review this FPS survival horror game.

Historians will often say that states are laboratories of democracy within the United States – each one granted wide freedoms to govern themselves as granted by the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. But what if there was an actual laboratory where you could pull the levers of power to see what happens for yourself? Enter Democracy 4, a political strategy sandbox game now available...

I recently got the chance to get my hands-on with Undermine for the Xbox One, an action-adventure rogue-like game. Find out how I got on with it, what my impressions of it are, and if I’d replay it again. So get your pick ax’s at the ready and let’s get dug in.

Making a comeback from the original, but now to consoles too, Desperados 3 is taking me on a wild ride involving Cowboys in a strategic wild west world. Saddle up and get ready for my first thoughts on the game.

Way back in middle school, our class was given a catalog for one of those book fairs and as I browsed, I saw a computer game that was for sale. Eager to try out our family’s fancy new computer with Windows 95 and our first-ever CD-ROM drive, I ordered a game called Command & Conquer Red Alert. When it arrived, I spent all night playing it, and was too “sick” to go to school the following day –...

I recently got the chance to play Resolutiion on Steam, want to know more about it? No problem, I got you. Discover how I got on with the game and my overall thoughts on this Zelda inspired, single player action-adventure that is Resolutiion.

An Unexpected Announcement The eagerly awaited paid expansion for Elite Dangerous has been announced and it is called Odyssey. The announcement comes accompanied by a pre-alpha, in-game trailer that is absolutely stunning, visually. Elite Dangerous has always been a beautiful game but this update is clearly leveraging next-gen tech. Oh did I mention space legs? Frontier has confirmed pedestrian ex...

Welcome to the tenth episode of the First-Person Perspective! In this on-going series, we will take a snapshot of what going on in the world of first-person games. This week we will look at Apex, Second Extinction, and Bright Memory: Infinite.

Welcome to the third episode of the First-Person Perspective! In this on-going series, we will take a snapshot of what going on in the world of First-person games. This week we will look at ways to deal with the quarantine, with free, low priced, or already paid for services.

A canvas of completely editable pixelated trees, grass, weeds, dirt, and rolling hills alongside dancing, needy NPCs does not always spark interest in the hearts of gamers. Yet for those who cherish seasonal events, making friends, picking a spouse, and developing a town to one’s own specifications, then Littlewood is definitely worth giving a chance. If the charming music and colorful visuals do ...

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