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Clockwork Empires (PC) Review 1

Clockwork Empires (PC) Review

It should be noted that while Clockwork Empires is a simulation, and somewhat of a city builder, it has more in common with a game like Majesty than it does with...
Total Corruption: A History Of Dystopian VideoGames 5

Total Corruption: A History Of Dystopian VideoGames

CGM Dystopian Issue Now Available Dystopias have been a popular setting in videogames for quite some time now, and their introduction helped to kick start a new wave of mature, interactive storytelling....
Edge of Twilight: Return to Glory (PC) Review 2

Edge of Twilight: Return to Glory (PC) Review

The gaming world’s been through a lot in the past decade. Two console generations and numerous genre trends, not to mention a rapid move to the forefront of mainstream entertainment. In...
Dishonored #1 (Comic) Review 4

Dishonored #1 (Comic) Review

Although Dishonored garnered praise from pretty much the entire gaming community, I wasn't quite as taken. The tenement-ridden steampunk atmosphere was entrancing, but the muted role of Corvo didn't really do...
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink (Xbox One) Review 6

Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink (Xbox One) Review

It was always a deep regret of mine that I had missed out on the Golden Age of point-and-click adventure games. As I may have mentioned before, I never had a...
Assassin's Creed: Syndicate (PS4) Review 1

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate (PS4) Review

As a series, Assassin’s Creed is very hit and miss. For every well-received title like Black Flag, there’s one that’s heavily scrutinized like Unity. Considering it’s an eight-year-old property with yearly...
Code Name S.T.E.A.M (3DS) Review 2

Code Name S.T.E.A.M (3DS) Review

In a weird way Code Name S.T.E.A.M. is more frustrating because of everything it gets right rather than everything that it gets wrong. Intelligent Systems (the folks behind Fire Emblem and...
Unusual Bonds & The Origins Of Steampunk with The Devil's Men - 2014-07-31 12:58:27

Unusual Bonds & The Origins Of Steampunk with The Devil’s Men

According to Daedalic games, the 1851 Great World Exhibition changed things. A fictional Victorian town by the seaside, a mixture of Brighton and London, played host to strange, otherworldly displays. A...
Archeologists of Shadows - Vol. 1 and 2 Review 1

Archeologists of Shadows – Vol. 1 and 2 Review

This is such an odd series both visually and creatively. I say that with no malice, it’s just such an innovative look and feel from the very first page. There’s no...
Dishonored (Xbox 360) Review 1

Dishonored (Xbox 360) Review

A good game will carry the player through a story, presenting moments of enjoyment and leaving behind a fun experience. A great game will present you with a story that not...