Overland – Review

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Overland is a turn-based survival roguelite that sends you on a fleeing coast-to-coast roadtrip set in post-apocalyptic America. The cause and scope of this...

Age of Decadence – Review

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The year 2015 was a good one for RPG games. Witcher 3 set a new modern standard for the genre. Divinity: Original Sin...

Darkest Dungeon – Review

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The Darkest Dungeon is definitely one of a more unconventional approach to Gothic Horror. Not that there is a lack of variety in video...

Empire of Sin – Review

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Empire of Sin, a game developed by Romero Studios and published by Paradox Interactive, is a hybrid strategy turn-based tactical RPG where you take...

Fort Triumph – Review!

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"The saints, the sinners, The losers, the winnersIt's all their faultLets get some more alcoholAnd wash them away" - The White BuffaloPreviously we talked about...

Dragon Quest XI – Review

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Dragon Quest XI is the latest entry to Square Enix's long-running JRPG franchise. Unlike Final Fantasy which tries to radically reinvent itself through every...

Sin Slayers – Review

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While Sin Slayers, developed by Goonswarm and published by Black Tower Entertainment might initially look like little more than your standard retro-inspired turn-based RPG,...

Troubleshooter: Abandoned Children – Review

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Troubleshooter: Abandoned Children (Troubleshooter), a game by the small Korean studio Dandylion, is an ambitious game intended to be the first of a series...

King’s Bounty: Review of The Legend

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One of the few examples of “spiritual successor” done right. It doesn’t follow the original game formula exactly but borrows enough core features to recreate the feel and experience. So a new generation of gamers wouldn’t be bored or frustrated and fans of “old school” wouldn’t feel cheated of what they think makes King’s Bounty King’s Bounty.

Dorfromantik – Early Review, Now Relax

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Completing quests, getting a high score, and achievements in Dorfromantik will always be overshadowed by the relaxing and meditative process of laying out tiles one-by-one.