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Napoleon: Total War Review

March 25th, 2010 | by simeon

Here we go, this is it. With Napoleon: Total War, Creative Assembly has the most stable Total War to date and the one brimming with the most potential for some truly amazing future installments. It has everything going for it, and it’s very much evident here in this stand-alone sequel/expansion/thing. Creative has been a bit


Star Trek Online Expansion Interview

March 7th, 2010 | by simeon

Recently, I spoke with Craig Zinkievich, Executive Producer of Star Trek Online. Craig was kind enough to take a few moments from his busy schedule to talk about what gamers can look forward to in future updates for the game. Questions from Gareth Von Kallenbach Skewed and Reviewed   1 What features did you wish to include but were


Blood Bowl Review

March 7th, 2010 | by simeon

Back in 1987 Games Workshop took the Warhammer universe to the football field, with the result being Blood Bowl, a tongue-in-cheek miniatures game that was easy to learn, play and get addicted to.  In the mid-90’s a PC video game version of Blood Bowl was produced with disappointing results.  In mid 2009 a new PC


Supreme Commander 2 Interview

February 28th, 2010 | by simeon

Recently, I had the chance to speak with Chris Taylor about the upcoming Supreme Commander 2, which is poised to take real-time strategy gaming to a new level. I want to thank Chris for taking the time to answer my questions and for Barandon, at Mav PR, for arranging the interview. Questions from Gareth Von Kallenbach Skewed


BioShock 2 Review

February 21st, 2010 | by simeon

Early on in the game, you’re going to find a video recorder. Your friend, Sinclair, explains just what you do with it and how it works, eventually explaining how, “Usin’ that camera’s a bit like tellin’ a joke. Each time ya tell it the same way, it gets a little more stale – so you


Mass Effect 2 Review

February 14th, 2010 | by simeon

Mass Effect 2 is the easy way out. It’s a cover-based shooter, through and through, ripping out and squashing most of the RPG elements that existed in Mass Effect – inventory management, a surprisingly exhaustive set of skills, armor types, armor mods – but BioWare never really executed any of that well. Instead of revamping


Bioshock 2 Q&A

February 8th, 2010 | by simeon

We got to take part in the Bioshock 2 Q&A with the developers. We shared our notes with Ocmodshop.com who


Europa Universalis III: Heir to the Throne Review

February 7th, 2010 | by simeon

What we know conclusively after three of these expansions is that none of them are ever “minor” no matter how small their list of new features and tweaks. Practically every patch these days winds up breaking or fixing or re-breaking The Game in interesting ways that are never readily apparent but only appear after long


Men of War: Red Tide Review

February 7th, 2010 | by simeon

Here's something staggering: a game about the second World War, localized into English, that doesn't even pretend to appeal to a western audience by detailing the campaigns of western armies. Here's something even more staggering: a game about amphibious operations in the second World War that doesn't feature Normandy. To someone who grew up on



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