Lane Martin

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Let Them Come (PS4) Review: They Can Stop Now, Thank You. 1

Let Them Come (PS4) Review: They Can Stop Now, Thank You.

The absolute nicest thing I think I could say about Let Them Come is that I can definitely picture it standing in some unwieldy cabinet at some arcade from my childhood....
Nioh: Complete Edition (PC) Review - Samurai Souls Comes to PC 5

Nioh: Complete Edition (PC) Review – Samurai Souls Comes to PC

When the Asian-flavoured Souls-like Nioh came out, many people learned that the cruelest of its torturous bosses was that ancient, fell beast known as console exclusivity. To add insult to injury,...
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Review:  A Vacation in Your Pocket 1

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Review: A Vacation in Your Pocket

Through the years I have really tried to understand the appeal of Animal Crossing. Whenever a new title comes out, I give it a go, mingling with another batch of weird...
IGN Comments on Harassment Allegations 1

IGN Comments on Harassment Allegations

Today, November 13th 2017 at 3:45 pm a tweet from IGN Staffer Alanah Pearce broke the news that many members of the website were striking regarding allegations of sexual misconduct and...
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds (PS4) Review - Cold Steel to Warm your Heart 3

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds (PS4) Review – Cold Steel to Warm your...

The end of the year is a special time in gaming. The holidays are crammed head to toe with highly anticipated AAA releases, and everyone seems eager to tell you their...
Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story (PC) Review - A Tale of Texts 6

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story (PC) Review – A Tale of Texts

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story starts off with a trigger warning, advising the player that the game deals with some disturbing themes.At first, I laughed this off, thinking that whatever super...
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon (PS4) Review: Duels in the Dusk 1

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon (PS4) Review: Duels in the...

Anime, and the media surrounding it, tends to stick to some very specific tropes that would make absolutely no sense elsewhere. Other genres in media have similar predilections, the common guilt...
Last Day of June (PC) Review: Hollow Eyes, Hollow Lives 7

Last Day of June (PC) Review: Hollow Eyes, Hollow Lives

It being Autumn, the spookiest of all the seasons, my fiancé and I recently had a conversation about our opinions on clowns, ghosts, and the various spooky trappings of the season....
Sunless Skies Preview - The Endless Black Nothing

Sunless Skies Preview – The Endless Black Nothing

Sunless Seas was an innovative adventure game from an indie developer that had been on my radar for years. Fallen London (Previously Echo Bazaar) and the follow-up nautical exploration made waves...
Blood Bowl 2 - Legendary Edition (PC) Review: A Gridiron Goblin 5

Blood Bowl 2 – Legendary Edition (PC) Review: A Gridiron Goblin

Some things just go together, like peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, or deep, strategic football simulations and high fantasy settings. If some of those didn’t sound familiar to you...
Kingsway (PC) Review - Roguishly Inventive; Royally Fun 4

Kingsway (PC) Review – Roguishly Inventive; Royally Fun

If I’m being honest, I missed the whole Rogue thing when it first came around. In my defence, I didn’t own a PC until long after the days of ASCII art...
The Lion's Song (PC) Review - Complex Simplicity 1

The Lion’s Song (PC) Review – Complex Simplicity

I do, at times, think of myself as the pretentious artsy sort of person. It’s an unpopular thing to be in most circles, so I try not to go overboard with...