All posts by Fergus Halliday



War, The Game Review: Lo-Fi Theater Of War
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War, The Game Review: Lo-Fi Theater Of War

War, The Game is a fascinating but ambitious indie title that breaks the modern real-time strategy formula down to its absolute basics and gives it a new coat of lo-fi minimalist paint. Read on for our full review.


What We Played Over The Holidays

Leviathyn’s team of writers is located across the world and (while there’s certainly going to be some shared titles) many of us sunk our time and money into entirely different kinds of games. Read on for the full details on what we played over the break.


How League of Legends Is Changing In More Than Just Appearance

Though the redesigned Summoner’s Rift has made it plain to many gamers that League of Legends is not the same game it was when it launched back in October 2009, fans have found that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Riot’s overall direction for the game. Read on to learn why.


Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms Review
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Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms Review

Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms is a game that boldly steps out from under the shadow of Blizzard’s resurrected dungeon crawler to bring some fresh ideas to the table. Read on for our full review.




This War of Mine Review: Rats Among The Ruins
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This War of Mine Review: Rats Among The Ruins

Video games seem much more interested in depicting what it’s like to be a commander in a war room than recreating the experience of the many civilians caught in the crossfire of armed conflict. This War of Mine aims to be the exception here – taking this perspective and spinning a compelling, though-oft harrowing, survival sandbox around it. Read on for our full review