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    Of orcs and men

    I actually played Styx: master of shadows first before I got my hands on Of orcs and men in the PS Now which finally has come to Sweden. I am usually quite o.c.d. when it comes to playing games in correct order for the story. I made an exception for Styx: master of shadows since…

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    Bloodrayne: betrayal

    A new Bloodrayne game? I was both surprised and excited. I really like the first game. The checking off your kills on a photographic list. The combination of guns and cool looking blades was awesome. And come on, have you seen a game with a three-way final battle, everyone against everyone with special events depending…

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    Heavenly Sword

    I have really been diving in the PS Now world. It almost feels like I am earning money by beating a lot of games when contrasted against the monthly payments. I had this scratching feeling in the back of my head that I told myself long time ago to play Heavenly Sword if the opportunity…

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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (Script Review)

    The type of game that defines the concept of “needs no introduction’. Every word I waste introducing Sekiro is a word spent telling you what you’ve already heard. Likewise, every attempt to give it a traditional review is bound to have been replicated a hundred times over by people more qualified to speak on it…

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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, may shape up to be the most controversial release of 2019 although we still do have a long 8 months ahead of us. From Software’s newest offering is often a flurry of blades, shuriken and jump kicks and yet it always tells a story. Perhaps this is what is most engrossing…

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    The Quiet Life: How to Make a Casual Sim

      After the beloved Stardew Valley, casual sims have seen a resurgence. The Steam Store likely has one of them in the top sellers on any given day, whether it be focused on farming, managing a workshop or even graveyard-keeping. Rather than the immediate satisfaction you might get from a lightning-fast arcade game, casual sims…

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    Nintendo amiibo—Do You Really Still Care?

      Nintendo no doubt made great waves with their line of collectable amiibo figures, immediately reaping a fearsome tally on the wallets of collectors, intrepid scalpers/entrepreneurs, and rabid fans alike. They were first brought to market in North America on November 21, 2014, in Europe on November 28, 2014, and in Japan on December 6,…