Category: Gaming

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Starlink: Battle For Atlas

This is your typical Toys to Life game with some really great twists, the greatest being that you don’t have to buy all the plastic toys and can play it completely digitally. It’s gone through some huge price swings, from $75 all the way down to $20. I cannot suggest this game for anything more than $20, it’s just not worth it for much more than that. After that slight dig and I’ll admit that I bought the base game with the plastic mount, then bought more ships, then bought two more pilots, then went and bought the two exclusives...

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Celeste

Brave hundreds of hand-crafted challenges in this super-tight platformer, as you help Madeline survive her journey to the top of Celeste Mountain! Mind bogglingly difficult / frustrating video game that I just don’t have the patience for. After missing a jump for the 20th time, I just gave up on it and uninstalled.

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Q.U.B.E. 2

In Q.U.B.E. 2 you play as Amelia Cross, an archaeologist who has awoken among the ruins of an alien landscape. With the distant help of another survivor you must solve the puzzles of this mysterious world and find a way back home. If you’ve played Portal 2, you know what kind of puzzles await you in QUBE 2, a game that was included in the monthly game release for X-Box Games With Gold. It was a fun 8 hour long game with a much more serious story than Portal, but the puzzle elements were on point. There’s no portals per...

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Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)

Play as both Nuna and Fox. Switch between the two companions at any time with one button press, or play side by side in local co-op mode, as you rely on the unique skills of each character to succeed in your quest. Less of a game and more of a sidescrolling, slightly gamified story as told by a village elder with an unintrusive soundtrack. It was short, but blessedly so, no need to labor the point or make it go longer than necessary. Judging from the comments, it’s actually the combination of two different stories. The real interesting part of...

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Orwell: Keeping an Eye On You on Steam

Big Brother has arrived – and it’s you. Investigate the lives of citizens to find those responsible for a series of terror attacks. Information from the internet, personal communications and private files are all accessible to you. But, be warned, the information you supply will have consequences. A fun “game” with a mysterious storyline that ends abruptly and with little warning and no way to back up the storyline to see exactly what you clicked on. I loved the interface and the story itself was entertaining. I was able to get to the end of the game in only about...

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Star Trek: Fleet Command

A mobile game that uses the way overused “timers” method of gaming, in which the players have multiple countdown timers that they manage and get time reduction tokens by completing mundane tasks. As you might imagine, you can purchase an in game currency to in turn purchase those same reduction tokens. It’s all very boring, very repetitive and a complete waste of time. Here’s an ingame screenshot, in it there’s a “winner” countdown with 4 counters inside, a lootbox count down with 3 counters inside, then on the left is a wrench that has the two upgrade countdowns. Here’s the...

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Brain Challenge

Memory and math and visual tracking games. I enjoyed playing this in ye olden days of the xbox 360, so I figured i’d give it a go on the xbox one. It did not age well at all.

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Carcassonne

Single Player, Xbox LIVE Multiplayer 2-5, Local Multiplayer 1-4, HD (High Definition). Buy Carcassonne today and become a master of medieval strategy. Own a fully featured version of the board game classic and fulfill the need for challenge any time you want, or play socially, with up to five players on Xbox LIVE, or up to four players on just one Xbox 360. Multiple levels of difficulty offer a challenging experience for players of all ages and levels of experience. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/Live/accounts. Not the table board game, the version for...

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Aegis wing

I can’t even find this game on amazon, but here’s a wikipedia link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aegis_Wing This was the first game where I struggled to get four people together to play it, and that was like ten years ago. Gaming has been a lonely thing for a while now.