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The Walking Dead: Season 2 Finale – No Going Back Review

Well, it’s over. And it didn’t take long at all to come out. Left with a bang. I hope you’re happy. We’re once again at the finishing line for a season of The Walking Dead.  And this time, for once in my personal history playing Telltale’s games, I really don’t want to go back and see what would happen if I did something completely different. That says a lot of my personal experience with season 2 and the enjoyment I had with it. I never got the desire to reload a checkpoint and try something else because in all honesty, whatever Clementine ended up doing as a result of a decision on my part, the gritty world of The Walking Dead would manage to turn it upside down. The loss of hope is the overall feeling that carried along my experience in season 2. At...
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The Swapper Review

Games are a powerful medium. Like a good book or thrilling movie, they can make you feel incredible at times, but given care, there are times when they bring about feelings like nothing else. The Swapper, for instance, makes you feel like a genius every time you manage to find a solution to one of its puzzles. When you finally are able to complete one of the many carefully laid out contraptions in The Swapper, there’s no better feeling in the world of videogames. Trust me, you can blow up as many cars as you want in Grand Theft Auto V or stealth your way through an entire playthrough of Deus Ex – once you figure out how simple the answer to a deceptively complex puzzle turns out to be, there’s no helping feeling like a grand champion couch potato. It also helps that The...
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Spintires Review

The name Spintires doesn’t offer a whole lot of confidence right off the grid. It’s extremely bland and doesn’t say anything other than the most basic thing that a road vehicle does. So when you boot up a game with this sort of name, expectations start off very low, and in most cases, you meet it head on. Thankfully, Spintires is part of the minority of games that not only manages to surpass any pre-notion you might have based solely on its name, but also grab you and leave you hopelessly devoted to what most folks would consider mundane. That’s because the mundane is what Spintires is all about. As the driver of a host of different 1970s/1980s’ Soviet-era trucks, it’s your job to deliver loads of lumber and fuel, from one location to the other, while dealing with terribly kept dirt roads, steep hills,...
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