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Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Review

It is rare that a multi-genre game can be successful in more than one of its mechanics, but Thronebreaker is simultaneously an excellently written story, an entertaining isometric RPG, and an addictive and engaging card game.

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Review

Golem Gates Review

Although collectible card games (CCGs) have been around for decades and a few heavy hitters continue to dominate the genre, new takes on the formula appear with some regularity. Lately it seems like CCGs have been bolted onto, blended with and dropkicked into a wide variety of other game genres. Golem Gates, for example, is a recipe that calls for one part CCG and one part real-time strategy game.

Golem Gates Review

Hand of Fate 2 Review

Hand of Fate 2 gave me more excitement than some recent big-budget dark fantasy games. It relies wisely on ageless means of gameplay and storytelling. If the first Hands of Fate was journeyman's practice, the art is mastered in the sequel.

Hand of Fate 2 Review