Volcanoids Steam Punk Spelunking

Volcanoids is an interesting concept, at a glance, it looks like a survival game, yet you won’t find any hunger or thirst bars here. If you die, you reload a save. Instead, it’s very much a progressive crafting game with a wonderful steampunk flavor, something I’d like to see more of in games.

Aeon Of Sands Review: Retro Dungeon Crawling

I’ve never played a game like Aeon Of Sand. I’m am aware of the existence of the genre but never personally tried one. It’s best described as a choose your own adventure storybook, except you get to do some dungeon crawling as well. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into Aeon Of Sand, and I struggled at first, not with the game, but with my inexperience at playing this type of game. Once I found my sea…uh….sand legs. I could appreciate the appeal, however.

State Of Decay 2: Choose Your Own Apocalypse Review.

This review is a little bit different than my normal sort of review. State of Decay 2 released nearly a year ago, I never gave it a proper review at the time but it made the list of my top disappointments of 2018. The reason for that is I pretty much adore the concept and gameplay. It nails the feel of living your own zombie apocalypse better than any other game. But the lack of challenge was broken, badly. Keep in mind the game is a survival game that boasts permadeath as a core feature.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review In Progress

To say that The Division 2 is a big game would be an understatement. It is a long game packed full of content and Ubisoft went out of their way before release to showcase the end game. It’s an important aspect that many looter shooters have done poorly. With that in mind, I feel like rushing through the game as fast as possible simply to be the first in line with a review would be disrespectful to the game, to Ubisoft and most importantly, it is disrespectful to you, the consumer.

Anthem Late Review: Solid Yet Buggy

As you can see, my review is a tad bit late. I’m okay with that though, in today’s gaming climate sometimes reviews can become obsolete as fast as they are posted. This is even more true for a live service game like Anthem. In fact, it is likely some of the things I’ll talk about today may well be changed in two weeks.

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