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    Azul

    After the success of Century: Spice Road, we have all been holding our breath for the next release from Plan B Games and they certainly haven’t failed us with the deceptive little beauty that is Azul. Azulejos are the blue and white tiles embraced by the Portuguese when their King visited the Alhambra of Southern…

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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,…