Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review – Maybe keeping it too real

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

Kingdom Come: Deliverance was released last year to a big fanfare, it was a major release as part of the Kickstarter campaign for a new game heavily focused on realism that started in 2014, though while it missed it’s release date of 2015 by a couple of years, it seemed to deliver on what was promised. But how is the game itself?

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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Review – Killing Nazis, but not much more

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

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is the 2017’s follow up to Wolfenstein: The New Order. It’s a fresh new look at the alternate history that the New Order started us on with a version of post World War II where the Nazis won. Players want to know about further adventures of BJ Blaskowiski and the many Nazi’s he was intending to kill.

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Disclosure (Kickstarter) at the end.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night started as a Kickstarter in May of 2015, claiming to bring a new game from Koji Igarashi, creator of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and was funded in under 24 hours and went on to be one of the largest Kickstarters of all time earning over five million dollars. It’s been over 4 years since then, it finally was released, but has it delivered on its promise?

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Humble Monthly Bundle Early Unlocks Previews for August 2019

Hello all,

It’s almost the middle of July but Humble Monthly Bundle got a late start and so here we are.   Time to preview the Early Unlocks. 

The good news is that this is an impressive month.  Kingdom Come: Deliverance was a major game, Surviving Mars is an interesting accompaniment, the only question is how much of these games will I have time to play before the end of the month.  So let’s dive in. Read More »

State of Kinglink Reviews 2019 – Life changes, hardware changes, and more.

This is a script for my youtube video available below.

Alright, what are we doing here? Well, welcome. I’m Kinglink and this is the yearly state of the channel and website, only just over 2 months late. I’ve been delaying this for quite some time because I wanted to solidify a few things and not jinx them, and admittedly E3 got in the way, and other stuff, so let’s talk about everything.

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Overload Retrospective – Bringing back Descent once more

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

In 1994, Descent came out, and it was unlike most games at the time as the industry was slowly moving towards 3d shooters in the wake of Doom’s success. However, Descent made a name for itself as a game where not only were you able to shoot 3d enemies, you were also able to move and look in all three directions but you were able to rotate your ship around on any axis, allowing you to fully explore the mines in which you’ve found yourself in.

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