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Review – Debris (Steam)

Debris is an interesting title that came across the ethereal wooden surface of my existential desk not too long ago. I finally had time to play through it today, and while walking simulator is a definite genre at this point,…

Review: Kings and Heroes (Steam)

Kings and Heroes is a classic MMO ARPG style game, with solo or co-op available. It left early access last November, but saw a very rocky start with frequent server restarts and such. As such, I decided to wait and…

IGN Shows Off 22 Awesome Minutes of State of Decay 2’s Gameplay (in 4K)

The more I see of State of Decay 2, the more excited I get for its eventual release. State of Decay was already an almost perfect balance of role playing, community management, base building, action, open world gameplay, and both…

Review – Assassin’s Creed Origins (Playstation 4)

Assassin’s Creed has long been one of my favorite series, despite some missteps along the way, mostly with optimization and somewhat stale quest design. The actual attention to detail when it comes to period pieces and world design is peerless,…

Review: Into the Breach (Steam)

Into the Breach is Subset Game’s second game and follow up to their wildly popular debut, FTL: Faster Than Light. Much like FTL, Into the Breach is a sci-fi rogue like adventure, although this time, the emphasis is on turn…

The Souls Retrospective – Part IV – The Old Blood

It has been quite a while since Easy Allies’ last installment in this series, but the timing does make sense presently since Bloodborne was included with the PS Plus March freebies. There is no game in the Soulsborne genre that…

Bloodborne: Return to Yharnam Begins Again Saturday, March 10

According to the Bloodborne Reddit, which boasts a little more than 100k members, and who effectively organizes this event, Return to Yharnam will begin again March 10 (Saturday), which will give everybody who is taking advantage of Bloodborne being a…

Review: Inner Chains (Steam)

Inner Chains has one of the most epic intros a game could have in my estimation. That alone made this game something I wanted to try out, so when a copy came across the ethereal surface of my existential desk,…

Review: Fall of Light (Steam)

Fall of Light was one of my more anticipated games of 2017. So, I was pretty thrilled when a copy slid across the ethereal surface of my existential desk. I have a particular love and fascination with Soulsborne games, and…

Review: Mulaka (Playstation 4)

Mulaka is a game that came across the ethereal surface of my existential desk recently. I had been following the development cycle for Mulaka a little, and was definitely interested to see how this game would play out. On the…