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Niffelheim Review

Niffelheim is a fun survival game steeped in Norse mythology. The main character has died, and instead of moving on to Valhalla as they should, somehow find themself stuck in Niffelheim. Survival is vital while you try to figure out how to move on, and you are left to your own devices to figure out what needs to happen. If you like games where you are given minimal direction, and you have to make nearly everything to survive, Niffelheim is a game you’ll want to play.Right from the beginning, I appreciated the fact Niffelheim dropped me in with the barest amount

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Citadel: Forged with Fire Review

Citadel: Forged with Fire is pitched as a huge, online sandbox RPG with light survival elements, base-building, magic and the ability to tame and ride fantastical creatures. The DNA of survival games like Rust, Ark: Survival Evolved, Conan Exiles and more run thick through it, although with nothing but a relentless, soul-destroying grind awaiting you, particularly if you are playing on your own.There is a slicker, more attractive presentation than some of its inspirations, and the draw of forging your path as a newly minted wizard to the likes of an all powerful Battle-Mage riding a Dragon or Phoenix into battle

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Kubifaktorium Review

Kubifaktorium is a game currently being developed by Mirko Studio, which is currently one man, Dr Mirko Seithe. It’s a 3D, voxel-based colony management and automation game in which the player is tasked with ensuring the survival of his colony by recruiting new colonists, producing resources and using complex machinery to automate these processes.So you are tasked to build, manage and grow a colony, once you are established you will need to discover new lands and later you will craft legendary weapons to defeat your enemies.There are currently two functional biomes but the game will feature many more and exploiting the

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Streets of Rogue Review

Play as a vampire, hacker, gorilla, bartender, or 22 other characters in this weird, great roguelike.On my first run, I'm an assassin, backstabbing enemies and slinging shuriken. Then I'm a jock, barrelling through walls and swinging a baseball bat. Next, I'm a gorilla, flanked by three other primates, tearing scientists apart with my bare hands in the middle of downtown. Somehow, I avoid the patrolling cops on that last one, probably because I’d injected two of my companions with an invisibility serum—plus, there was a riot in the streets, turning the level into a mosh pit of gang fights, enraged shop

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NBA 2K20 Review

Early September marks the annual release date for the NBA 2K game, with gamers and basketball fans alike clambering to get their hands on the latest edition from Visual Concepts. However, as the current crop of games consoles near the end of their product life cycles and developers are able to push them to their limits of performance, the annual releases are becoming incremental improvements, instead of a radical overhauls.Is NBA 2K20 more than just a reskinned version of NBA 2K19 with updated player rosters? Let’s find out.Easier GameplayNBA 2K20 feels a lot more intuitive than previous releases of the game.

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