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Category: Game Reviews

Omerta: City Of Gangsters Is The Offer You Can Refuse

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Once upon a time, there was the greatest turn-based sim strategy entry that ever was released in the mobster genre.  Eidos, who were in their prime, was responsible for the beloved Gangster franchise that did justice to revenge driven mob bosses that had to rebuild their name and family domination.  Since […]

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Payday 2 Pays Everyone But Players

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Payday 2 is the type of title that reeks of development for the sole purpose of securing a film adaptation.  It’s vulgar display of Hollywood talent and over the top trailers that leave actual play dynamics lacking in the imagination department.  Take all of that away and you are left with […]

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Ease On Down The Road Redemption

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin It’s not very often a title comes around the PC platform that reminds players of a time when great moto racing entries were exclusively for consoles with little hope that a port would ever see the light of day on Windows. After a rough labor of love with sprite sheets, a […]

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South Park: Stick Of Lies

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin South Park titles for the most part have a unique history; as a cult classic of sorts the only players that seek out such debauchery and toilet humor are fanboys and girls of the franchise.  Due to this slanted and bias support of the show, game adaptations are grossly tolerated for […]

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Beta Release Clash Of The Monsters That Could

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin A lot of impartial and unfair negative criticism has been unjustly given towards Clash Of The Monsters, even though its clearly in development beta stage.  This is not a finished product, nor a game to take at face value and assume hours of mindless entertainment.  There is still a long way […]

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IS Defense: More Hatred

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin If any staunch National Socialist supporters ever wondered what video game propaganda would have been like had it existed during the reign of Hitler in 1939, IS Defense, for better or worse, gives an alternate perspective of the history that could have been. Development house Destructive Creations doesn’t disappoint players driven […]

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