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Fallout 76 Review: The Wasteland’s Fear Of Commitment.

To start with, I need to make everyone aware that to complete this review I had to implement my own house rule for Fallout 76. So that I could play it enough to write a review for it. Fallout 76 has no difficulty settings, a cardinal gaming sin in the book of Gideon. Sometimes they just aren’t suited to a particular type of game. So Fallout 76 with its online-only nature deserved the benefit of the doubt before applying that fact negatively.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review: In The Details.

To say that Red Dead Redemption 2 is a big game would be a vast understatement. The game is absolutely huge both in scale and in content. In many ways, it’s revolutionary and will be a high talking point among gamers for years to come. It is also by no means perfect and has its own share of glaring issues and faults.

RimWorld Review: Simply The Best.

RimWorld is a game you cant easily categorize, nor can you find many other games to compare it alongside. A quick look at its simplistic graphics and it would be hard to fault you for brushing it off as a simplistic indie developers pet project. But you couldn’t be more wrong.