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Satellite Reign

Welcome back, everyone. Today we’re covering a cyberpunk-themed strategy game where we’re granted control of a squad of elite agents sent to disrupt an all-powerful corporation. No, not Shadowrun. Good guess though. Satellite Reign was released in 2015, brought to … Continue reading

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Heat Signature

Welcome back everyone. Today we’re covering Heat Signature, a game about breaking into spaceships and launching people out of them. It’s brought to us by Suspicious Developments, creator of Gunpoint, released in September of 2017. It plays like a puzzle … Continue reading

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Doki Doki Literature Club

Welcome back everyone… why are you looking at me like that? Okay, okay, this isn’t my standard fare, I’ll admit, but anyone who’s played it already will know why this is here. Doki Doki Literature Club is a visual novel … Continue reading

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Executive Assault

Welcome back, everyone! I told you I’d be covering this, didn’t I? Executive Assault is an Action-RTS game brought to us by Hesketh Studios in July of 2015. The story is a simple affair of two or more CEO’s and … Continue reading

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Urban Assault

Welcome back everyone! Today we’re covering an old favorite that I could have sworn I’d covered but I’m not seeing it anywhere on here… Must be one I wrote before I made the site! I’m replaying it for the 5th … Continue reading

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Pyre (PC/Mac/PS4)

Welcome back everyone! Summer in my chosen field is positively brutal, but in spite of that, I’ve managed to complete another title worth talking about. Today we’re covering Pyre, brought to us by Supergiant Games, just this July. They’re also … Continue reading

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Small, Non-games Post

Just putting in a reminder that today is the day a whole fragging bunch of people are standing up to tell the FCC to keep the Net Neutrality rules intact. “The hell is that?” The reason why you can watch … Continue reading

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