Code Vein Review

Lane Martin


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Code Vein Review

Code Vein is Bandai Namco’s hotly-anticipated action rpg all about anime, post-apocalypse, and revenants, which are basically vampires with the serial numbers scratched off.
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Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey Review

If you’ve spent any time looking for information on Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey then you have certainly run into the name Patrice Desilets.
Observation Review

Observation Review

A lot of studios and production houses make a big deal about branding, about making games whose studio origins are easily recognizable. Ubisoft loves to climb up high spaces in dense open worlds and look out at everything, and glitchy, unrefined systems mashed together in a broken yet endearing mess are Bethesda’s signature. So it […]
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark Review

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark Review

It’s weird for me to consider that there is a significant population gamers running around that have never gotten involved with a traditional turn-based tactical RPG. We’ve seen the resurgence of CRPGs with the fantastic Shadowrun games and updated versions of Baldur’s Gate, and games like The Banner Saga are probably the closest thing we’ve […]
Whispers of a Machine (PC) Review 2

Whispers of a Machine (PC) Review

In all honesty, I have a soft spot for adventure games. They were a big part of my childhood and fostered a love for investigation and have thoroughly prepared me to solve problems in wildly outlandish ways. You should always bring a rubber chicken with a pulley in the middle when you’re zip lining and […]
Anno 1800 Review

Anno 1800 Review

Everyone has, at some point in their life, entered into a relationship where they felt like they were putting more into it than their partner. This may have been a romantic relationship, a friendship, or even something much more familial. These sorts of things happen, and often they’re a waste of energy, but sometimes they […]
Hypnospace Outlaw Review

Hypnospace Outlaw Review

I never really get all of the nostalgia for the 90’s. I mean, I was there, we had some fun, but people always forget all the really nasty stuff like the riots, the AIDS crisis, and whatever it was I was wearing there at the end. One thing that definitely inspires warm fuzzy feelings, however, […]
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Tropico 6 Review

I have to say, I have always had a soft spot for the Tropico franchise. The young, optimistic side of me had a long history with city builders like SimCity while the edgy teenage loved the idea of running a corrupt regime. Even as a boring adult I enjoy managing an economy and trade routes […]
Bannermen PC Review 1

Bannermen PC Review

Standard can be a funny word sometimes. Something can be the standard by which we hold other things up to and judge them by, or something can be standard, a run of the mill affair that we’ve seen before and won’t shatter any preconceived notions we bring to it. The former defines us and our […]
Metro: Exodus (PS4) Review

Metro: Exodus (PS4) Review

The Metro franchise has always felt a little off to me. Surrounded by other post-apocalyptic shooters and RPGs, it has always felt, much like me in the late ‘90s, that it was having an identity crisis, stuck somewhere between all the action shooty bits and those talky story ones. I never knew how to approach […]


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