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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.



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



This War of Mine Preview: Sidescroller Survival Stories

This War of Mine is a game that still lacks a release date but amidst the sea of various survival titles flooding digital distribution channels, it looks like something definitely worth checking out. It’s a game trying to explore conflict in a different light than video games have dared to in the past, and its mechanics are just as ambitious. Read on for my full preview.



The Escapists: Early Access Impressions

In spite of the critical buzz surrounding Introversion’s Prison Architect, very few game developers have tackled life-behind-bars as subject material. We check out Mouldy Tuff Studios The Escapists early access build to find out if it can hold its own.



An Interview With A Social Justice Warrior

The folks over over at the Nonadecimal Creative have a much lighter take on the term Social Justice Warrior. The developer recently put out a small, satirical role playing game called Social Justice Warriors and I spoke with Eric Ford about this inspired little title and what he hoped to achieve by making it.