Tom Clancy’s The Division Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4

Time for another multiplayer shooter. It’s Tom Clancy’s The Division. Once again terrorists have attacked and it’s up to one of Clancy’s various military organization to straighten things out. It’s also one of this month’s Humble Monthly Bundles, so let’s gear up and find out how it is.

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First Looks at Humble Monthly Bundle Early Unlocks for February 2019

Hello all,

So it’s time for the first bundle of 2019, February’s bundle… funny how that works isn’t it?   I’m here with your with another installment of looks at the new Humble Monthly Bundle games.  This month started with two but a late arrival appeared last week and we even have a look at that game.  As always the games are listed below with a short synopsis and the videos

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Humble Monthly Bundle Early Unlock Wrap Up for January 2019

Welcome again,

Another month has passed, and it’s time to wrap up the Humble Monthly Bundle for January 2019.  I’m not sure if I’m ready to give up 2018 yet, but in five days we’ll be rolling over till next year, at least we got some good games out of it.

This month Humble Bundle Released three games.  It’s not a perfect list but still a quality one.  As always, I’ll quickly go over each of the games here, along with attaching my videos and links to the full written reviews if you want to read the whole thing.  A full recount of why you should buy this bundle is at the bottom. Read More »

Wizard of Legend Review

Played on Windows
Also available on Linux, macOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

I wasn’t sure of what to make of Wizard of Legend the first time I saw it. It reminded me a lot of Magicka, an overly complicated spell-casting game, and I wondered if Wizard of Legend would end up the same, a good game, but not one that really spoke to me. The good news is that in hindsight I realize how silly that comparison really is, aside from both characters being wizards, and casting “magic” in some form, there’s really not much to compare the games on. So what is Wizard of Legend really like?

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Project Cars 2 Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Project CARS 2 is the sequel to the rather interesting Project CARS, they’re racing games made by a passionate group named Slightly Mad Studios. The original game was community funded, and heavily influenced by feedback. The actual title for the game is Project Community Assisted Racing Simulation. So after a successful first game, Project CARS 2 should be the bigger and deeper racer. Is it?

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