Rapture Rejects Review

Played on Windows

I thought we would have an easy Humble Monthly Bundle for February 2019. I already reviewed Yakuza 0 and only have to play Division, but to switch things up, Humble Bundle has released another game, Rapture Rejects. Well, this is the game that got a release two months ago, and now is in a Humble Monthly Bundle, that’s a bit of a red flag. Let’s take a look and find out exactly what it’s about.

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Let’s Talk about Realism in Video games, Arcade vs Simulation gameplay

Hello, I’m Kinglink and today we’re going to talk about Realism in Video games, or more simply Arcade Vs Simulation gameplay.

This is a new series I’m starting, where I take a topic and just discuss it with you. If you don’t know anything about this, that’s fine the goal is to inform and consider a topic. It’s intended to make you think, and hopefully, will enlighten you to something new.

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Battle Chef Brigade Review

Played on Windows.
Also available on Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

Apparently, I’m a fan of cooking games. I never knew that but since launching this site nine months ago, I’ve reviewed Cook Serve Delicious, Overcooked, and even have Chef on deck. Well if that’s the case, I guess that’s why I’m back here again, taking a look at the Iron Chef TV show Meets Bejeweled Twist. This is Battle Chef Brigade.

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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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Sonic Mania Encore DLC review

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

Sonic Mania is easily one of the best Sonic games that have come out in recent years, as I stated in a recent review (link this). But the train didn’t stop there. In addition to the excellent game, the team that brought us Sonic Mania took it a step further and produced DLC. I guess everything can’t be retro with this game.

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Sonic Mania Review

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

Sonic Mania made a big splash as it was created after a number of years. It was created by Christian Whitehead, who made fan games of Sonic and eventually a history of working with Sega on a number of ports of their properties. To have a studio take a fan game idea and want to make an official game out of it is surprising. To see it done with a major property such as Sonic makes it even more impressive. The question is whether Sonic Mania lives up to the legacy of Sonic.

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Review

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

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is the follow up to Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor, a rather popular action adventure game from 2014. Shadow of Mordor was quite popular and I enjoyed it quite a bit, so I was looking forward to Shadow of War. It stayed on my radar but there was a reason I was hesitating to pull the trigger.

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