Review

  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Review

    Let me just start things off by saying that I am a fan of the Elder Scrolls series as a whole, including the Elder Scrolls Online. I have played them all and I love the world. I have been anticipating the release of the Morrowind expansion since it was first...
  • Regalia

    ‘Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs’ Review

    Strategy and management are, for the most part, niche genres. Although games such as XCOM: Enemy Unknown and recent entries in the Fire Emblem franchise managed to revitalize interest for strategy titles, few management games achieve relevance. Developed by Pixelated Milk and published by Klabater, Regalia: Of Men and...
  • Breath of the Wild

    MMOExamined: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    On today’s segment of MMOExamined, we’re going to be taking a lengthy look at the launch title for the Nintendo Switch. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is arguably one of the most eagerly anticipated games ever developed. Nintendo first teased the title back in late 2013, followed by...
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    Ruin of the Reckless – Soul-Crushing Difficulty and Fun

    Indie developers, Faux-Operatives Games, have created quite a project in the form of an immensely difficult roguelike brawler. The game, called Ruin of the Reckless, combines 16 bit graphics and a chiptune-like soundtrack with melee-focused combat and a soul-crushing difficulty curve. During my time with the title I have...
  • europa universalis iv

    Want a Game to Kick Your Ass? Try Europa Universalis IV: Mandate of Heaven

    I consider myself a reasonably astute gamer, and I’m no stranger to games of strategy. I’ve been playing Monopoly since I could count. I’ve played dozens of tactical JRPGs, and a smattering of titles from both the Age of Empires and Civilization franchises. I spent many weeks worth of...
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    Exploring the Deepest Fathoms of Torment: Tides of Numenera

    It’s been at least a few years since the phrase “turn-based” has inspired anything more than eye rolls and sighs of exasperation. At a time when even Final Fantasy is an action RPG, it often seems like players who desire a slower, more cerebral experience might as well pick up...
  • Nintendo Switch Hardware Review

    Fans of handheld gaming will find quite a bit of intuitive design within the new Nintendo Switch console. While some elements of it may cause hardware issues, the device brings together the best of two mediums, and allows players to experience the true quality of a home console title...
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    The Exiled Early Access Review (PC)

    Fairytale Distillery’s sandbox PvP MMO arena The Exiled has a number of features that make it unique on the current gaming landscape. It’s quick to jump into, as you start off with a full cycle’s worth of skills that you can choose based on different weapon and armor combinations....
  • Is There A Flaw In The Nintendo Switch That Lowers The GPU Power?

    The Nintendo Switch has been out for over a week now, and as such, people are able to formulate more and more opinions on it, as they’ve had it, played it, messed around with it, and most importantly, tested numerous games on it. Despite initial critiques about the “lack...