Crucible Review – A Slow Struggle

Hero shooters are all the rage these days, so games in the middle or bottom of the field struggle to compete against the lead dogs. Crucible is one of those…

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The Witcher Series Reaches 50 Million Copies Sold

On Twitter today, CDProjekt Red announced that The Witcher series has hit a major milestone – 50 million copies sold. While everyone waits with mad anticipation for the studios’ next…

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Resolutiion Review – Asked, Not Answered

Resolutiion constantly implies there’s more going on than you realize. Its strong anti-imperialist messaging pushes you to question the nature of your mission. Its mechanics, including the fact that most…

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Borderlands 3’s June Expansion DLC Is Bounty Of Blood: A Fistful Of Redemption

Borderland 3 developer Gearbox has unveiled the next DLC for the game, a “harsh” revenge tale called Bounty of Blood: A Fistful of Redemption. It’s a western-themed expansion that pits…

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Monster Train Review – Delightfully Devious Deckbuilding

Monster Train owes much to Slay the Spire for popularizing the roguelike deck-builder RPG, both at a high level and in some of its features and mechanics. But don’t dismiss…

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Naughty Dog Shows Tantalizing New Glimpse At The Last Of Us Part II

Naughty Dog vice president Neil Druckmann narrated a new look at The Last Of Us Part II, offering some in-depth details about how the game plays. Part II picks up…

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