Austerlitz: Napoleon’s Greatest Victory
 

Austerlitz: Napoleon’s Greatest Victory

Vive L'Empereur!

 
Operation Europe: Path to Victory 1939-45
 

Operation Europe

On to Berlin!

 
Super Baseball 2020
 

Super Baseball 2020

Robots > 'Roids

 

Space Hulk: Vengeance of the Blood Angels

Space Hulk: Vengeance is based off of the Warhammer 40K tabletop games created by Games Workshop. I must admit that I am not familiar with them, so I’m approaching this review from a strictly video game standpoint. The game doesn’t appear to be using any pen-and-paper or RPG rules anyway, so you can consider this […]

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The Terminator: 2029

For a while, Terminator games were a hot property. Bethesda Software, before they became better-known for their Elder Scrolls/Morrowind games, had acquired what must have been very generous rights for developing a whole bevy of Terminator-licensed games. I count at least four offhand, and this DOS shooter marks the first. Terminator 2029 focuses on the […]

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Doom 

Doom

What can I say about Doom that hasn’t already been said? Well, I try with about 2200 words or so.

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Defcon 5

In the far future, deep-space mining has become a way of life. As frontiersmen journeyed out into the great unknown, the Tyron Corporation scored a very lucrative and exclusive security deal. Massive, fully-manned defense facilities were constructed near every mine, ready to defend the brave prospectors against any foe, from dangerous pirates, to potential otherworldly […]

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Sentient

Sentient is an interesting, albeit quirky game released for the PC and Playstation. It’s certainly a high-concept title – its developer has taken a huge risk by centralizing the gameplay around a system that has never been thoroughly tried before. In this case, the game features character-driven gameplay, and an extensive dialogue structure, which allows […]

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Friday the 13th

I like to consider myself a film buff, or at least a film buff in training. When I was first beginning my education in the ways of cinema, I avoided movies that were either obviously crap or just didn’t hold my interest. Recently, however, I’ve found it useful to take a “quantity over quality” approach […]

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