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League of Legends

Hunt of the Blood Moon will become available again between 02/17/2017-02/21-2017 I’ve always been oddly critical of any new mode League of Legends decides to bring up. Partially because the gameplay behind them completely invalidates any actual work I’ve put into learning the game, but mostly because I suck at it. The Hunt of the […]


By corib3ar On 29 May, 2015 At 11:05 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games, PC Games, Power the Indie, Reviews | With Comments Off on Review: Toren

  I don’t normally wait this long after finishing a game to write a review. I like my thoughts to be fresh and I think my gut instinct about a game is the most honest. With Toren, I found it hard to trust what I was feeling because it felt like a good game. I’m […]


Deep End Games

  This time around, my Kickstarter Spotlight is super horror based. Which is weird because I can’t do horror games and I probably won’t play them. Doesn’t mean they don’t look like great games and I won’t promote them, but seriously, these are a little terrifying. Perception by Deep End Games Triggering your senses is […]


By corib3ar On 19 May, 2015 At 10:33 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games, PC Games, Reviews | With Comments Off on Review: Sins of a Dark Age
MOBA

Can I call Sins of a Dark Age SoDA for short? Or SoaDA but that’s not as cool. Let me start by saying I know it’s hard to start any MOBA. Even if you’re a seasoned veteran, the different playing styles, items, and champions are a huge handicap when it comes to learning a new […]


Ubisoft

I hate being that person. I really do. You know what? I’m lying. I love being that person. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate looks like the most sold out, washed up, poorest excuse for a sequel to a popular video game franchise that was ever made. Hear me out. When I think of an assassin, I think […]


Orion Prelude

Last year, Basher convinced me to play ORION: Dino Horde during the free weekend claiming it to be something that we might have fun doing. We did not, the game was terrible. A year later, ORION had another free weekend and it was my turn to convince him to play it. ORION: Prelude (formally ORION: […]


corib3ar

May 5, 2015 Cosmophony | PS3, PS4, PSV | Bento Warhammer 40,000: Regicide | PC | Hammerfall Publishing Wolfenstein: The Old Blood | PC, PS4, Xbox One | Bethesda May 7, 2015 The Empty Inn | PC | Candlelight Studios May 8, 2015 Kirby and the Rainbow Curse | WiiU | Nintendo Project CARS | […]


Upper One Games

Just when you think that platformers aren’t going to get any better, one comes along that questions your judgement. Never Alone, by Upper One Games, is one of those. Education in games is all or nothing. Either a game is going to teach you something or absolutely nothing. I loved the way that Never Alone gave […]


The Lonliest Pixel

Brighter Day by The Loneliest Pixel Ducking and dodging giant eyeballs is like…my worst nightmare. This one is labeled as the “most brightly-colored horror game you’ve ever played”. While I’m not sure I would say it’s in the horror genre for that reason, it does get your blood pressure up with every second you dodge the […]