BattleTech Review – A more strategic Mechwarrior

Played on Windows.
Also on Linux, and macOS.

BattleTech is a strategy RPG where players move their giant mechs around to fight other mechs throughout a rather large and long campaign. Players will not only manage their mechs, but also their squad and ship focusing on running a mercenary crew. It’s a unique experience but also gives the player a lot more freedom than one might expect.

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Humble Monthly Bundle Early Unlocks Previews for September 2019

Hello all,

It’s a new month and here I am to talk about the new Humble Monthly Bundle Early Unlocks.  I’m doing this back to back with my review, but don’t worry I have a wealth of content coming, Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be reviewed soon, I have something else in the works and even a review of the Messenger is right around the corner. 

But let’s talk about the Early Unlocks. 

This is an interesting month.  Slay the Spire is a major game, and one I have been looking forward to playing eventually.  Well I guess that time is now.  The other game, Squad is an interesting game but probably not my style.  Still let’s look at both of them. Read More »

Surviving Mars – Review – Trying out the Elon Musk Experience

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

Surviving Mars is a new city builder, though obviously with a large twist. Rather than trying to build a working city on Earth, using the normal process with streets, zoning, and more, Surviving Mars brings the entire genre to Mars and focuses more on maintaining a living world rather than trying to optimize the city itself. It’s a different city or base builder, but is it a better one?

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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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