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The Ultimate Age Of Decadence Released Announcement

The Ultimate Age Of Decadence Released Announcement

At Wasder, we go further to inform your purchase decisions than any other games publication. We don’t just simply copy the game’s promotional material, that would be lazy. This post only uses information from leading gaming websites PC Gamer and RockPaperShotgun, which they’ve copied from the game’s promotional material. Sure, early access to the game has been available for years and the developer regularly […]

The Adventures of Gay Fawkes Part 1: The Naming Process

The Adventures of Gay Fawkes Part 1: The Naming Process

Naming someone is a huge responsibility. In action-RPGs like Grim Dawn which encourage you to make multiple player characters, deciding what to call them all is by far the biggest challenge… My first naming effort was ‘Gin Down’, a toast to the release of the first playable version of Grim Dawn. Later, when the assassin Nightblade character was released I […]

Miasmata Review Attempt 2

Miasmata Review Attempt 2

In case you need a break from killing people, in games, may we again recommend Miasmata? Obviously we’re using the term ‘again’ loosely because our reviews rarely fall into the category of recommendations, let alone reviews… Though in our defence the Miasmata one did have at least one salvageable sentence: ‘There are two indications that this is an indie game, its £11 […]

Wasteland 2 Review Part One

Wasteland 2 Review Part One

Depending on your view of six months, this review of Wasteland 2 is a bit late. But that’s the kind of time frame you’re talking about if you’re looking for an accurate opinion. In 1998, we had one of our biggest ever drops in earning potential when Reuben, our school prefect, showed us a role-playing game called Baldur’s Gate on the library computer. […]

Alien: Isolation – A Brief Colonoscopy

Alien: Isolation – A Brief Colonoscopy

The Queen’s English First and foremost Creative Assembly, well before we address any of the other acid-dripping, face-hugging bullshit, what the shit is with your colon?! I refer, of course, to the punctuation mark in your title, but having just mentioned feces twice in this preamble, you’d be excused for thinking otherwise. Google, handy as […]

Understanding The Ukraine Crisis With Computer Games

Understanding The Ukraine Crisis With Computer Games

To get a feeling for the factional warfare taking place in Ukraine, the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. games released between 2007 and 2009 are a good place to start. They were set in a near-future version of the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power plant, inhabited by armed groups that would be familiar to viewers of newscasts […]

10 Reasons Why Battle Realms Was Better Than Warcraft 3

10 Reasons Why Battle Realms Was Better Than Warcraft 3

Battle Realms was a real-time strategy game released in 2001. Here are ten reasons everyone should have bought it instead of Warcraft 3 or Age of Mythology. 1. It had a real moral dilemma! Depending on whether you chose to help bandits or innocent villagers at the start of the game, you either remained Dragon […]

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