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Brendan Dick

An avid gamer since he first stood on the family computer chair to be able to see and play Diablo. When he is not writing, he primarily spends his time worrying about not writing.

Review: Rise: Race The Future

I'll be the first to admit that my racing skills need some improvement. I spent the first couple laps bouncing off walls and rubbing into the sides of my fellow competitors. In nearly every instance, I came dead last. Then, I began to get into my groove, and started to rack up the wins. Rise: Race The Future shines in its simplicity.

Review: Override 2: Super Mech League

Override 2: Super Mech League is exactly that. You choose to pilot from a myriad of different mech suits and enter into an arena to duke it out amongst other giant robots to find out who is the best. It's a simple concept that assures countless hours of fun. Unfortunately, this one manages to fall flat.

Review: El Hijo

If you were to zoom out from a classic Clint Eastwood standoff, and instead pan up the humble monastery up on a hill, you may find a boy skulking around, longing to escape. El Hijo is the tale of that very kid.

Review: Evolution

Having just reviewed Wingspan, the prospect of playing another successful board game port had me champing at the bit. The game of Evolution, unsurprisingly,...

Review: Not For Broadcast

Look, Ma! I'm on TV! Sort of. Actually, I'm the guy behind the scenes. I'm running the entire operation—or at least trying to. I'm sitting in a booth, surrounded by an array of plugs, buttons, and knobs whose purpose I'm not entirely sure of.

Review: Dreadlands

If you can jump into Dreadlands and see anything aside from the Borderlands franchise, you're a better man than I. The game plays as a turn-based strategy similar to XCOM 2, but with a dash of post-apocalyptic flavour.

Review: Wingspan

I measured my heartrate while playing Wingspan: 58 bpm. I can pretty much guarantee I've never had a more relaxing gaming experience.

Review: Eastern Exorcist

Eastern Exorcist reminds me of a 2-D, side-scrolling Sekiro (except rooted in Chinese folklore). The game is defined by intuitive, fluid controls and an absurdly steep difficulty curve.

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Texelworks hypes up their upcoming May 2021 First-Person Shooter (FPS) experience. 41 Hours will take you through an immersive journey including time travel, portals,...

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