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WMMA 5

World of Mixed Martial Arts 5, or WMMA 5, is the fifth and final instalment of this series from Grey Dog Software’s Adam Ryland (Total Extreme Wrestling, Comic Book Hero, plus others). WMMA 5 puts you in charge of a company in a fictional world of cage fighting. Through careful scouting, hiring, and clever matchmaking,… Continue reading WMMA 5

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Better Late Than Never: Journey

Before you say 'How has it taken you this long to play Journey?' followed by comments questioning where I have been or am I completely mad, I sadly must admit that other games and life got in the way meaning that it was never a good time to experience Journey. But as part of my… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Journey

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Crusader Kings II review

Dynastic simulator, RPG, Conquest Strategy, Historical simulator, these are just a couple of tags that could be used to describe Paradox Interactive's Crusader Kings II. This title is one of those games where you are probably not even aware of it unless you are interested in history or have played other titles made by Paradox… Continue reading Crusader Kings II review

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Better Late Than Never: Gone Home

Following a tally up of all of the games in my pile of titles I have shamefully not played yet, I have decided to do a mini series dedicated to finally taking some time to ticking them off the list! These titles span across indie, triple As and maybe even some games I wanted to… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Gone Home

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Charterstone

Charterstone is a legacy board game created by Stonemaier games, makers of Scythe, Euphoria, and Viticulture. A legacy game is one where players continue playing, week on week, and each time they play the game changes. These changes can be character development, additions to the board, new pieces and even new rules! The prosperous Kingdom of Greengully, ruled for centuries by the… Continue reading Charterstone