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Yes, Your Grace Review: Modest Monarch Management

March 9, 2020 Conor 0

Developed by studio Brave at Night, and published by No More Robots. Yes, Your Grace is a linear Narrative strategy game. Emphasis more on the narrative than the strategy in this instance. Be the king, make decisions, keep your throne under you and your people away from the pitchforks.

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Geek Errant Recommends: Mount and Blade Warband

February 9, 2020 Conor 0

It’s so easy to get lost in Mount and Blade: Warband. A game that offers you a world of politicking and trade and system driven combat. One of those games where systems drive everything that’s interesting about the game.

Geek Errant Recommends: The Unbelievable Gwenpool

January 26, 2020 Conor 0

The Unbelievable Gwenpool is the third in the Marvel Un-trilogy, sharing a prefix with The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and The Unstoppable Wasp. Each book was a new and interesting take on a female character in the Marvel comics universe. For Gwenpool, that’s playing with the idea of comics and comic conventions, and what they mean to the people who read them.

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Geek Errant Recommends: Until Dawn

January 19, 2020 Conor 0

Supermassive Games did something truly special with Until Dawn. They made a game that encapsulates horror films, and the potential of being inside one. 

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Geek Errant Games of the Year: 2019

December 31, 2019 Conor 0

It has been a genuinely amazing year for games. The sheer variety of games on offer has been bountiful and means everyone has something they can enjoy. AAA offered some excellent big budget experiences. Indies of all sizes created unique and stellar games. There were in fact, far too many games. So much I couldn’t even get to things like Outer Wilds, Heaven’s Vault, Mechwarrior or Resident Evil 2. But the 10 best games of the year 2019? The ones I played are below:

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Disco Elysium Review: Deliriously Decadent Decisions

December 15, 2019 Conor 1

I thought I didn’t really like isometric RPGs. It turns out what I really didn’t like was how most isometric RPGs played. An endless slog of grids and turn based combat getting in the way of enjoying the roleplaying. Disco Elysium is an Isometric RPG. I love Disco Elysium. 

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