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The Legal History Of The BattleMaster

The Legal History Of The BattleMaster

One thing that MechWarrior Online gets right is that it’s a good game for collecting imaginary robots, which is a serious business with an interesting history that you are about to read. The raw materials for fabricating imaginary robots are found mostly in Japan. Giving the Japanese a virtual monopoly from 1980 till about the mid-1980′s, […]

Preview – Ultimate General: Gettysburg

Preview – Ultimate General: Gettysburg

This post is an attempt at a serious war game review. I regret this and apologise. Made by a famous Total War modder, Ultimate General: Gettysburg is a real-time wargame with the same controls as Total War, but with better AI and attention to historical detail. Its 2D background and tiny sprites for soldiers are […]

Jagged Alliance Flashback Early Access

Jagged Alliance Flashback Early Access

Jagged Alliance 2 with the 1.13 unofficial patch is one of our favourite games, an accolade we’ve only given out to a handful of titles. Released in 1999, it accompanied the demise of its developer, Sir-Tech, and there’s been nothing like it till now. At least we think so, because we have selective amnesia for […]

Star Citizen Ship Test (Part 1)

Star Citizen Ship Test (Part 1)

When I last said the Hornet was the best space ship in Star Citizen, my claim was backed up by solid unverify-ability. Now the dogfight module has been released, it can be tested in flight… or float to be more accurate. The highlight and main focus of this review are those four thrusters around the gun turret (there are four more […]

The Best ‘Mechs In Mechwarrior Online

The Best ‘Mechs In Mechwarrior Online

This post contains very boring information and instantly obsolete information on MechWarrior Online. Please proceed appropriately… A recent tournament held by Piranha games shows the current state of MWO, This page shows the builds of the winning team. Patches have changed the scene even a few days after the tournament ended, but it’ll be no […]

Teleglitch

Teleglitch

According to Steam not many of you have Teleglitch, but that’s okay, I forgive you your bad taste in computer games. Just look out for it when it next comes on sale (regular price 9 pounds on Steam), because after this wonderful recommendation there’s no doubt you’ll want to buy it, maybe not for 9 […]

Assault Squad 2 Newer News

Assault Squad 2 Newer News

25/02 Breaking news is that I beat Eliteghost 1v1 in revenge for Canada’s victory over Britain in the Curling (during the Winter Olympics). In case you don’t know what curling is, it’s very similar to Assault Squad. For example, curling also has assault zones (called the house) which you have to capture with units that […]

Deus Ex: Bullet Hoard

Deus Ex: Bullet Hoard

You are Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT security agent in a gritty Detroit… ZZZ… I’m sorry. Where was I? My childhood years were spent growing sleek and fat on a unceasing, monotonic diet of 80′s action flicks, so when the goons show up, kill everyone you don’t know or care about, kidnap your ex-girlfriend, beat the […]

Assault Squad 2 News

Assault Squad 2 News

The Assault Squad 2 closed beta started today, and this post will be updated as the situation develops. ‘Closed beta’ means at the moment it’s only available to backers of Digitalmindsoft’s other game Call To Arms. They plan on opening it up to others in the new future, and in fact the game is due […]

Papers, Please

Papers, Please

Papers, Please is a game about manning a checkpoint on the borders of the Republic of Arstotzka, a fictional country ruled by a Soviet-style regime. Each day, people hoping to cross the border will hand you their papers, and you have to check them against a set of constantly-changing rules, before stamping ‘Approved’ or ‘Denied’ […]

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