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Where the Water Tastes Like Wine

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine The story starts out with a game of poker where you end up betting away your life to the Wolf. His request of you is to travel the United States and spread stories, which seems easy enough. You’ll traverse the land experiencing all manners …

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Stripping A Solid Series For Parts

Stripping A Solid Series For Parts Metal Gear Survive is the first entry since Konami and series creator Hideo Kojima’s contentious split, and it shows. It features a non-canon, spin-off story and veers away from its stealth roots in favor of a survivalist approach. But while that might sound like …

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Into The Breach Review

Into The Breach Review Share. A ton of tactical depth is packed into this small-looking game. By Dan Stapleton A lot of tactical depth can happen on a simple eight-by-eight grid. Into The Breach, the follow-up to the legendary FTL: Faster Than Light from Subset Games, creates a fantastic variety …

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Into the Breach

Into the BreachControl powerful mechs from the future to defeat an alien threat. Each attempt to save the world presents a new randomly generated challenge in this turn-based strategy game. Publisher: Subset Games Release Date: Feb 27, 2018

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Pulling Back The Layers

Pulling Back The Layers Simplicity and elegance go hand in hand in many mediums, and Into the Breach demonstrates that the same can apply for game design. After the remarkable success of FTL, Subset Games has crafted a follow-up that maintains the same structural progression and addictive replayability, but tacks …

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Attack of the Earthlings

Attack of the Earthlings Attack of the Earthlings is a good, fun and funny game. While it’s fairly short and has very limited replay value, the time you spend with it is genuinely fun. More than that, it’s funny where most games will feel forced or simply re-use aspects to …

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