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Aug
04
2017

Kingsway Review

Kingsway has been out for a few weeks at this point, and the word that’s been synonymous when describing the game is that it’s “clever”. That’s quite an apt one-word description for this game, but for the sake of not repeating what’s already been said, I’m going to call this game “ingenious”. Because it is. From the moment you fire it up to when you shut it off, it emulates the Windows 95 OS to give Kingsway a unique look and feel that makes total sense for a game, and doesn’t rely on being a software parody for its humor and reverence to land successfully. Kingsway is the most refreshing roguelite game I’ve ever played.

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Mar
08
2017
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08
2017
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17
2017
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02
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12
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09
2016
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30
2016
Jun
07
2016

WASTED Review

WASTED has the tagline of “A Post Apocalyptic Pub Crawl”, making it the most likely of scenarios of what humans would do, should a nuclear fallout happen. The double entendre that exists within its name is just great for this Fallout meets Borderlands roguelike. While some might run at merely seeing or hearing the word, I assure you it isn’t “one of those” games. WASTED is unique take on the genre, and is one that will have you going back to the cooler many times.

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Apr
17
2015

Westerado: Double Barreled Review

With a name like Ostrich Banditos, you’d suspect the developers of this wild west-inspired game were in America, but rather surprisingly, they are Dutch. Westerado: Double Barreled pays a solid homage to Spaghetti Westerns and other games of its ilk, while still maintaining a level of humor throughout its writing and interactions. It is a game that demands very little, but rewards you greatly.

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