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Adam Foster

Adam has a penchant for strong, minority opinions, and loves Mass Effect, JRPGs, and the Warriors games -- sometimes perhaps a bit too much. He will defend Final Fantasy XIII to his grave, and honestly believes people give Dragon Age II too much flak.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review (PS4)

Captain Kirk of Duty Call of Duty has been in a strange place for a few years now. The more dismissive folks among the game-buying crowd would tell you that it’s the same game every year with better graphics and a different campaign, but they’re wrong. Each new entry…

Everspace Review (Early Access) (PC)

Rogue Man’s Sky As we move forward, games get weirder. Four years ago, you’d never be able to release a game at $30 on Steam that was still in alpha. Consumers wouldn’t have stood for it. The game would be taken off Steam in days. Yet here, in 2016…

Star Crusade Review (PC)

This Ain’t Hearthstone: A Video Game Parody It seems that in a post-Hearthstone world, everyone is chasing that money. Bethesda has their Elder Scrolls-themed CCG (Elder Scrolls Legends) in closed beta right now, and former Lionhead Studios employees founded Flaming Fowl Games and are gearing up to unleash Fable…

No Man’s Sky Review (PS4)

Resource Intensive Let it not be said that the game-buying crowd is unable to work themselves into a fever pitch over the products they consume. Sure, there’s been hype for games before, but not quite like the lead-up to No Man’s Sky, British developer Hello Games’ space explore-em-up. All…

Breached Review (PC)

  Anomalous Isolationism Over the course of the last few years, the discussion around video games — more specifically, around narrative-focused games — has changed drastically: anything with a strong narrative and minimal action is considered a “walking simulator.” I’m not sure if I like or even agree with…

Guilty Gear 2: Overture Review (PC)

I don’t have a funny one-liner, but the main character’s name is Sol Badguy, and that’s amazing It’s been a weird couple of years of old games coming out on new platforms. The Final Fantasy XIII trilogy came to Steam, Fable: The Lost Chapters saw a remaster as Fable: Anniversary,…

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