American Truck Simulator – Utah Review – Bring on Canyon Country

American Truck Simulator – Utah Nils Jakrins / Excalibur Games American Truck Simulator has really carved out its very own unique niche within the gaming industry. Just as game developers SCS software has illuminated many places we’ve never seen with Euro Truck Simulator, so have they allowed us to travel to some of the many…

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American Truck Simulator Washington DLC Review – Evergreen Goodness

  American Truck Simulator Washington DLC Review ACS Software Game developers ACS Software have been on a real tear as of late, with their burgeoning title, American Truck Simulator, and all of its DLC releases. Thankfully, being a native of the West Coast, they began their series in my home state of California and blossomed…

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review – An Outstanding Remake of a Classic

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition The Coalition “Dude, you never played Gears of War?” my gaming buddy asked me, incredulously. “Uh…no. I thought that it was only for consoles back then,” I replied a bit defensively. My friend snorted under his breath. “No—it was for PC too. I can’t believe you didn’t play Gears of…

American Truck Simulator – Trucking + Open Highways = A Meditative Experience

It was near dusk as I entered onto the Golden Gate Bridge. The sun glinted warily over the foothills near South San Francisco and I dared a long look over the rails of the bridge and across the wide expanse of the azure seas of San Francisco Bay. My large eighteen-wheeler navigated carefully through the…

Just Cause 3—Zipping From Fireball to Fireball

Just Cause 3 Avalanche Studios/Square Enix The original Just Cause game came out a pretty long time ago (at least in gaming PC years), way back in 2007. It was billed as an action/adventure title and featured a (for the times) immense open-world environment. It differentiated itself from the monolithic Grand Theft Auto series in…