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15 Throwback Internet Games

Laney Portelance   Even though most people nowadays have smart phones with countless apps to play with, there’s really nothing like a Flash game to keep you occupied for hours and remind you of simpler times. Here are 15 internet games you can still play. Have fun!   #1 Uniquez Doll Maker If you played


Warhammer: End Times Vermintide PC Review

Warhammer is by no means a new name to not only tabletop gamers, but digital gamers as well. Spanning over 30-years, the franchise has made its way in all forms of fantasy entertainment, usually being held in high regard. The video game iterations of the Warhammer universe have been met with much praise and consist of


Cross of the Dutchman [PC] Game Review

Cross of the Dutchman, supposedly based on the life/story of Pier Gerlofs Donia, a 16C farmer from the province of Frisia in Western Europe. Saxons are wreaking havoc across the land and generally being terrible to the people who live there. One day Pier has an unfortunate run in with a group of Saxon soldiers,


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Gamers Excited for New Game Plus Mode and Bigger Expansions in the Future!

The open world role-playing video game “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” was launched on the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4, and the PC on May 19, 2015 to positive reception and reviews that gamers could hardly wait for the next update that will come to the game. The new 1.08 patch will be hitting the


Minecraft for PC Download For Windows

Minecraft is a video game which was first developed by Swedish programmer and after some time it was officially released under a Swedish company named Mojang. It is a 3d game in which players have to do constructions by using textured cubes. Minecraft was first launched in the year 2009 as an alpha version and


The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The first person perspective in gaming is typically attributed to the shooter genre, while most adventure games are relegated to the third person perspective. After first releasing on PC last year, <em>The Vanishing of Ethan Carter</em> goes against the grain  by using the first person perspective in tandem with tone and atmosphere to create a serene and yet


Game Review: Wander [PS4/PC] – Far from wonderful.

  Wander is an intriguing concept. A non-combat massively multiplayer online game where the point of it all is to explore and communicate with others. On paper it is something that may seem worth picking up, however, when it launched last month it was riddled with bugs and flaws that made it more or less unplayable. I