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Game Review: HoB (PC) 

Game Review: HoB (PC)

Back in 2016, Tali and I went to Pax West again for the second time for Game-Refraction.  This would have been our third time going together, and my seventh time going in total.  We started attending PaxWest in 2014, under the name of an internet radio station which I had owned and DJ’d on for […]

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First Impression: Startup Company (PC-Steam) 

First Impression: Startup Company (PC-Steam)

Ever want to be in charge of your own little software company, filled with your own simulated minions? Hovgaard Games, is an indie game developer from Copenhagen Denmark, and their newest game on the market comes in the form of Startup Company. Startup Company is a game currently in its Beta phase (12.4), which you […]

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Skyrim: My experiences with mods 

Skyrim: My experiences with mods

Like the majority of people, I started playing Skyrim in 2011 when it was released.  I put a solid 90+hours into the game, and made it decently far into a lot of side quests and a little way through the main quest-line.  I always get distracted by side quests, and lose my focus on the […]

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Game Review: StarCrawlers (PC) 

Game Review: StarCrawlers (PC)

A modern take on the classic RPG dungeon crawler style, StarCrawlers is an adventure game set in a space-punk style universe. At its core, it’s just like any RPG dungeon crawler game, you build a team, you take jobs and you explore ‘dungeons’ in search of loot and the completion of your job.  What StarCrawlers […]

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Game Preview: Endless Space 2 (PC) 

Game Preview: Endless Space 2 (PC)

I’ve been a fan of strategy simulation games like Civilization.  I’ve found them enjoyable and have whiled away hours upon hours playing them.  They have a lot going for them.  They make you think, plan, scheme, plot and of course spend hours upon hours perfecting your strategy.  These games are also great for replay-ability as […]

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Game Review: Fractured Space (PC) 

Game Review: Fractured Space (PC)

Space is a vast and unending.  Some say it goes on forever, but that doesn’t matter here.  In Fractured Space 2 teams battle for supremacy of a sector in space.  The main goal … to capture the opposing teams main base.  This is all done by piloting some of the largest ships in space, the […]

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Game Review: Hydrophobia: Prophecy (PC) 

Game Review: Hydrophobia: Prophecy (PC)

Water, lots and lots of water.  If a name like Hydrophobia doesn’t already tell you that there will be lots of water then you need a dictionary.  Hydrophobia: Prophecy is all about water, and its one of the good things about this game. In Hydrophobia: Prophecy you play as Kate Wilson, a systems engineer on board […]

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Game Preview: The Final Station (PC) – Chapter 1 

Game Preview: The Final Station (PC) – Chapter 1

The Final Station is a side scrolling survival game where you are left alone on a train, and as you pull into the first station, you realize something is terribly wrong.  The game pits you against numerous enemies and puzzles as you try to gather supplies, rescue survivors and make it to safety.  The game […]

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Game Review: Overwatch (PC) 

Game Review: Overwatch (PC)

A few weeks into the release of this game, with around 100 hours invested into the game playing with several friends, I think it’s about time I talk about Overwatch. I’ve looked at the previous Blizzard Multiplayer-Online-Battle-Arena (MOBA), Heroes of the Storm, and given an assessment of that title as well. I’ve touched on Overwatch […]

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Game Review: I Want to be Human (PC) 

Game Review: I Want to be Human (PC)

I was interested in ‘I Want to be Human’ right from the very first trailer, and with hearing that Mindless Self Indulgences’s frontman Jimmy Urine would be handling the music to the game, I was sold. The art style was intriguing and the gameplay looked fairly solid, what could go wrong? Well, a few things […]

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