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Lee Fairweather

A lifelong video game lover turned games journalist and historian. You can find me playing anything from the latest AAA PC releases, all the way back to retro Mega Drive classics.

Review: Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga

Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga meshes both tactical RPG mechanics with complex management systems. Developers Dancing Dragon Games, and publishers Freedom Games, have...

Review: ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman

To truly grasp what sort of game ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman is, look no further than the intro cinematic. It immediately jumps...

Review (Early Access): V Rising

When I first watched the trailer for V Rising, I wasn’t particularly enthralled with what I'd seen. This was because I had recently finished...

Review: HeroQuest

In 1989, designer Steven Baker, in collaboration with Milton Bradley and Games Workshop, created the fantasy board game HeroQuest. The concept for HeroQuest was...

Review: fault – StP – LIGHTKRAVTE

Visual Novels don’t get much recognition outside of the eastern market. Many titles don’t even receive localisations, as its incredibly unprofitable for companies to...

Review (Early Access): Immortal Life

At its core, Immortal Life is a farming oblique life-sim, with RPG undertones. It mixes elements from popular titles like Animal Crossing and Stardew...

Review: Teardown

Teardown is a sandbox puzzle game developed and published by Tuxedo Labs. It harkens back to the likes of Red Faction: Guerrilla, offering players...

Review: Ruined King: A League of Legends Story

For over 10 years, Riot Games had exclusively focused their developmental efforts on creating and maintaining League of Legends. This paid off massively for...

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