The Hex Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on Mac and Linux.
Disclaimer (Review copy) at the end

I knew when I heard about The Hex, I was going to have trouble reviewing it. The Hex is the latest game by Daniel Mullins Games, the same developer of Pony Island. Pony Island itself is a strange game that is hard to describe without giving it away. So the first question I had was would I have a similar problem with The Hex? Of course, the answer was yes.

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Absolver Review

Played on Windows.

Absolver is a free-roaming fighting game with a voiceless character who explores an unknown world where he must face bosses, can find other players to help or hurt, and discover the land at his own pace… So yeah, it’s Dark Souls as a brawler.

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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

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

Mutant Year Zero is a tactical strategy game mixed with an adventure game producing an interesting combination. Quite a few compare it directly to XCOM for its tactical and turn-based gameplay and that makes sense. At the same time, there is a lot more to Mutant Year Zero than just a simple clone of another tactical game.

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Northgard Review

Played on Windows
Also available on macOS and Linux

Northgard’s story starts pretty simply, it’s a revenge story, where your family has been slaughtered, and you’re out to make those who did pay. Simple, but efficient setting off a great course of events. The odd thing is this isn’t a typical action or adventure game, instead what we have here is a throwback to the old days of the RTS. But is it any good?

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Dirt 4 Review

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

It’s time to hit the road once again, take our cars out and see who’s the fastest. Rather than hit a track, this time we’re going to prove ourselves on dirt roads. That’s right, it’s Dirt 4, by Codemasters and it’s time to see how this game measure up.

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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Review

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

Warhammer and Warhammer 40k are some of the largest gaming lores around. They span over 50 titles and expansions and is probably closer to 75 if one took the time to count them all. We’ll be looking at a sequel to a major hit in the franchise, Warhammer Vermintide 2. Can it be an interesting take on its own or will the knowledge of the missing lore hurt it?

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