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Wartile Review

I’m not usually one for tactics games because I consider myself a simple (read: dense) man, and so the term ‘tactical’ doesn’t really pique my interest that often. But Wartile also has the word ‘war’ in the title’, so I guess I had to check it out. For the record, Wartile bills itself as a tactical game based around cool-downs, in which you guide a bunch of Vikings.So let's get started immediately, when you start the game you start with some text, dive right into the tutorial, and then you get the hang of it fairly quickly. However, the game is

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All Walls Must Fall Review

All Walls Must Fall is a techno-tactics game that allows you to hop into the boots of secret agents who can travel through time. Throw in some seriously good music, excellent visuals, and unique mechanics, and you've got quite the strategy gem coming out of Steam Early Access on PC.The story commences in Berlin, November 2089, where the Cold War never concluded. For more than a decade both parties have used time travel for espionage, but now they're scrambling to send agents back in time to find out who's planning to launch a nuclear strike and cause worldwide chaos. This is

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Marble Run Review

Marble run is a simple game... really simple... too simple. More of a free game then an 8 euro one. So this review is gonna be simple aswell.So, I was unaware of this, but marble run is a popular hobby where you make a track and just let the little marble go through it. By the way I just described the whole game in one sentence, what do I type next?Well, you can create and save the tracks you made, or load in other peoples tracks. What's bad about it? Everything is too simplistic, and it doesn't feel or look like

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Bombastic Cars Review

Bombastic cars is a failed attempt at the "Twisted Metal" Genre, to save you some time, it's bad. Really bad. If you wanna see why, keep reading.So, let's list some major problems this game has. The game UI is not linked with steam and relies on using your email addresses to invite friends, which means you have to make an account on some unknown website so you can play the game. Once me and my friends did that I saw that only 5 of us were actually playing the game, so the playerbase is non-existant. Then we were driving... and the

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Signs of Darkness Review

Just a heads up, this and a couple of future reviews are gonna be really short because the games aren't that complex and I just can't really say much about them. So here's a review about a VERY early access game called Signs of Darkness.This game is such an early access that it is not worth buying at the moment. While it may strive to offer interesting and fluid combat and introduce rpg elements that will hold your attention, it fails to actually deliver. Maybe with time, but for now its a no. Yes, it might look good, but trust me,