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Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! 3 Review

If you like Sorcery! 1 and 2, you will probably like Sorcery! 3. If you don’t like Sorcery! 1 and 2, then you won’t miss out on Sorcery! 3. If you haven’t played Sorcery! 1 and 2, don’t play Sorcery! 3. I’m serious. Sorcery! 3 isn’t a game for newer players. The series uses an old choose your own adventure format, favouring text-heavy descriptions of events and occurrences. Most of the experiences you have will be via reading your character’s actions and game-based interactivity you play will be incredibly basic. As a game, Sorcery! 3 takes on a more investigative tone, in stark contrast to the previous Steve Jackson games. Here, your task is to defeat the Seven Serpents, monstrous henchmen of the main antagonist. To do so, you must trek through wild and vicious wilderness, experience strange things, and survive. Much of your time will revolve around finding clues on...
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Entertainium Co-ops Bloodborne!

Bloodborne is such a huge game for Entertainium that we couldn’t just review it as we would normally do it. Callum and Eduardo are die hard fans of the ‘Souls series, and what better reason is there to do a co-op review than to have a look at From Software’s latest? There isn’t. Prepare for jolly cooperation! Eduardo And here we are, Callum. A new Souls game is out. It wasn’t that long ago that we were playing through the Dark Souls II DLC, right? Bloodborne looked amazing when I checked it out at E3 2014. So even though I had my fill of this type of game after finishing Dark Souls II, I couldn’t wait to play Bloodborne. And while I have a few issues to nag about it later on, I mostly had a blast with it. Let’s start out talking about how...
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The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Review

Adventure games might be in constant shift nowadays, but there’s nothing like a classically styled title like The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 to remind us that the genre is still very much alive and kicking. After starting its existence as a Kickstarter project, KING Art’s The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 picks up where the original game left off, bringing back the mismatched group of heroes for another go at pointing and (a lot of) clicking. Even if you’re like me and have not played the first TBOUT, part 2 does a good job in explaining what happened without going into much detail. Thanks to terrific writing and voice acting as well as a beautiful and colorful presentation, there’s no need for much of a backstory for any of the returning characters. One of them, who just happens to be the protagonist, is a...
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