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Cyberpunk 1994: ‘System Shock’ Source Port Update Released

Andrew Vandersteen
Anyone and everyone is familiar with System Shock 2, the massively influential sci-fi horror title that’s the direct predecessor to Dead Space, Bioshock, and Alien: Isolation among others. But people sometimes forget that the 2 in System Shock 2 means there’s a first one, and the original Origin title sometimes goes overlooked. Thankfully there’s Nightdive
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Now is the Perfect Time to Get Into ‘Divinity: Original Sin 2’

Andrew Vandersteen
One year ago Larian released Divinity: Original Sin 2, the sequel to their 2014 hit title once again kickstarted by fans of the genre. To say it was great doesn't do it justice, not only did Original Sin 2 beat out its predecessor, it's likely one of the best RPGs ever
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Devolver E3 2018 Wrap Up: Nothing Short of Batshit Insane

Andrew Vandersteen
Last year Devolver made the surprise announcement that they would be hosting their first ever E3 event. In regular Devolver fashion, this was nothing short of batshit insane and has gone down as one of the weirdest E3 events ever released. However they’re back and once again terrifying, broadcasting once
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E3 2018 Bethesda Wrap Up: A Vast Improvement Over Last Year

Andrew Vandersteen
E3 2018 is now well underway, with EA’s attempt at a conference, and Microsoft’s banger of one. Next is everyone’s favorite purveyor of mayhem, Bethesda, who made a surprise appearance earlier at the Microsoft show to reveal some cursory details about the highly anticipated Fallout: 76, revealing that it’ll serve as
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Stomping Ground: ‘Battletech’ Review

Andrew Vandersteen
BATTLETECH Developer(s): Hairbrained Schemes Publisher(s): Paradox Interactive Platform(s): PC, Mac (Linux TBD) Reviewed on: PC Release date(s): April 24, 2018 It’s been a long time since the Battletech franchise released a strategy game, with Mech Commander 2 being released in 2001. The series has found much better footing in the more