Reboot Reviews w/ Kabluwe - Ace of Aces

Ace of Aces

So this week a game that I frequently enjoy playing is about to intersect with a game that I haven’t played in decades, but get very nostalgic for. Let’s reach deep down in the Kave and take it out again. It was the year Probably 1987 AD, when I was just a wee sprat, and […]

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Pixel Reboot // Doom Eternal || Review

Doom Eternal Review!

The epic Doom has final hit. Id’s New entry in the Doom franchise; Doom eternal. The game play is an upgraded experience from Doom 2016. The execution kills are spot on and never feel out of place in the thickness of battle. The weapons feel good and upgrades noticeable. The movement is fluent and controlled. […]

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“I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You” by the Alan Parsons Project

Hey Lovers, For the next cut we’ll be dipping our toes (nay, our whole dang bodies) into my favorite genre of music to game to– Progressive Rock. Featuring heavy electronic elements, sci-fi/fantasy themes, extensive instrumentals, and epic-length tracks, rock’s weird cousin emerged in the mid 70’s—right alongside computers—and is practically tailor-made for gaming, as I’m […]

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KQ4 Reboot Review with Kabluwe

King’s Quest IV

(or Playing ‘Perils of Rosella’ With My Niece) This past President’s Day (Week) gave me some time at my parents’ home in Western NY with my six-year-old niece, while her mom enjoyed a much-needed vacation. There was plenty of snow for sledding down the backyard hills of my youth, and plenty of time inside while […]

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Verdun

Featuring painstaking realism, action-packed gameplay and solid physics, Verdun does an amazing job of conveying the senseless carnage and staggering loss of life that have come to define WWI. In doing so, Verdun has made itself unique in the war game genre.

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