Total War: Warhammer Review – A Retrospective on the Entire First Installment

Total War: Warhammer Creative Assembly/Sega When my gaming geek buddies first told me that Creative Assembly and Sega were teaming up to make the next Total War game to set in the Warhammer universe, my eyes nearly rolled back in their sockets with glorious anticipation. From that point on I would frequently scour the web…

Total War: Warhammer – Bretonnia Review – Horses…Give me Horses

Total War: Warhammer – Bretonnia Creative Assembly/SEGA Truth be told, I was always of a fan-from-afar when it came to the tabletop game Warhammer Fantasy Battle. While visiting an RPG gaming store on one of my many geeky excursions, I’d usually end up mingling around the different books and boxed RPG gaming sets, but would…

Conan Exiles (Early Access) Review – A Love Letter to the Works of Robert E. Howard

Conan Exiles Funcom A few friends and I recently began our first Conan Exiles adventure together. Just as with most survival games out there, we began with nothing save for our inordinately large genitals (males) and boobages (females) which can hilariously be chosen during the game’s full-fledged character creation system. What I really liked about…

Battle Brothers (Early Access) Review – Gritty, Filthy, Fun

Battle Brothers (Early Access) Overhype Studios When you begin a typical game of Battle Brothers, you are presented with an opening screen which asks you to choose a banner from pre-rendered designs, as well as name your company of mercenaries. I dubbed mine the Filthy Battle Swine, and promptly began the opening scene. This opening…

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition PC Review – A Worthwhile Improvement of a RPG Gaming Masterpiece

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Bethesda Software In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past five or so years, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was an attempt by the mischievous folks at Bethesda Software, to steal copious amounts of time from many a gamer out there. Simply put, Skyrim is…

Tyranny Review – An Outstanding Fantasy Extravaganza of a Darker Shade

Tyranny Obsidian Entertainment/Paradox Interactive I’ve been a long-time pen and paper geek ever since I could remember. I was one of those scrawny geeks who wore trench coats during entire summers, and had the skin complexion of a ghost. I’d resisted the temptation of playing computer-based RPGs for quite a while, as I felt that…

Total War: Warhammer – The King and the Warlord Review – A Sturdy DLC Addition

Total War: Warhammer – The King and the Warlord DLC Creative Assembly/SEGA The gaming industry is in an interesting place right now. Seeming to take a cue from the film world, many game developers are making their games more episodic in nature. The Hitman reboot was one of the first franchises to go this route,…