The Messenger and Picnic Panic Review – Exactly how a homage should be done.

Played on Windows
Also available on Playstation 4, and Switch.

The Messenger has continued to be heralded as an important Metroidvania and Platformer of last year, as a fan of both genres it has remained on my radar, and finally, I had an opening and picked up The Messenger and have now played through it. So is it actually a great Metroidvania and Platformer? Let’s see.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Review – Another disappointing entry into Wolfenstein lore.

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

So with just reviewing Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, I wasn’t sure if I should cover Wolfenstein: Youngblood back to back, but after playing the newest Wolfenstein I actually changed my mind, It felt right to cover Youngblood for a few reasons, but ultimately, I think as a cautionary tale of being careful of what you wish for.

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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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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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