Previews

Orion Trail Preview – Weaponised Warp Weasels

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I had neither heard nor cared about 70s educational game Oregon Trail, until I watched a Let’s Play where the circumstances were so tense I was immediately sucked into the journey to more fruitful lands by way of dysentery and limited resources . Knowing it was a common school pastime for Americans of a certain age, when I saw a ... Read More »

Grand Class Melee 2 Preview – Battling Pixel Madness

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I’m currently loving a lot of the stuff that is being produced by the indie scene of late and Grand Class Melee 2 is no different. Its early access was released back at the start of February on Steam and I lunged at the chance to give this pixelated 4 player fighting game a first look. At first the art ... Read More »

Woolfe Early Access Preview – The Red Hood Diaries

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Early Access has perhaps changed the way we view games in many ways as consumers are able to generally see games at earlier and earlier stages than ever before. Games are put in to early access anywhere from the pre-alpha to the beta stages of game development with a slew of ways of using it. Right now the industry is ... Read More »

Armello Preview – Beasts of Prey

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Armello is doing its best to be of both worlds: an excellent video and board game. Recently, it has been released on the Early Access on Steam. How is it shaping up so far? Click the jump to find out. Read More »

To the Green: Vidar

To The Green Vidar

To The Green is our weekly look at one game on Steam Greenlight trying to get onto Steam. With To The Green, we hope to highlight one worthy game each week that is attempting to get greenlit and let you decide if it is something you’d be interested in trying out. Have you ever wanted to play a game where ... Read More »

Darkest Dungeon Preview – Bring Torches

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Darkest Dungeon by Red Hook Studios is not a friendly RPG, with a Gothic depressing aesthetic bleeding into every crevice of the game’s many dark pits. This is not a game that someone who prefers that as long as they are playing everything will always goes well, or for people who want to rush through smashing attack to clear out ... Read More »

The Incredible Baron Preview – Pixelated Strategy Done Well

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When you have so much talent behind a project you just know it is going to be good, and I was in no way disappointed when I began playing the demo for The Incredible Baron. With Lead Designer David Antognoli who previously worked on the Conduit series, Victor Chelaru former programmer for EA and Stephen Browning pixel artist, The Incredible ... Read More »

H1Z1 Preview – Players more Deadly than Zombies

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I will start off by admitting that I am not a PC gamer. I don’t particularly enjoy first person or zombie based games, but there was something about H1Z1 that caught my eye. The open sandbox style with the day to night changes, as well as the eating and drinking for survival mechanics while nothing new, are certainly underused, so ... Read More »

To the Green: Super Dino Hunter

Super Dino Hunter To The Green

To The Green is our weekly look at one game on Steam Greenlight trying to get onto Steam. With To The Green, we hope to highlight one worthy game each week that is attempting to get greenlit and let you decide if it is something you’d be interested in trying out. This week we go back to the land of ... Read More »

Toxikk Early Access Preview: Toxically Addicting

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Toxikk’s initial trailer promised a lot of bold things. A return to form of the arena shooter genre with all the flair of a modern shooter. While I was excited, I was also reasonably skeptical. So when I installed Toxikk the day after its release, I was ready for anything. Thankfully, the game has delivered on its promises thus far and ... Read More »