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In this bi-weekly column we tally up the news from around the almost-MMO-verse and offer our thoughts on the ins and outs of the titles that are big, but maybe not quite "Massive".

Not So MMO: Last Year: The Nightmare Review

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It’s late, and you and your three other friends wake up in your old school and you don’t know how you got there. You realize all too soon that there are forces beyond this Earth that have banded together against you, and they would like nothing more than to murder you and your friends. The Nightmare has truly begun and you need to do everything you can to escape the school with your lives. This is our review of Last Year: The Nightmare.Posted Jan 8, 2019 by Christopher Bowman

Not So MMO: X4 Foundations – Space Tips

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Tips for the Tip God! Red Thomas helps readers establish interstellar dominance in X4: Foundations with more tips for fleets and stations. While the man in red spends his evening delivering gifts to those without the initiative to make the world their own, you can be sipping on hot coco and forcing the Holy Order to their knees.Posted Dec 20, 2018 by Red Thomas

Not So MMO - X4: Foundations – Initial Operations

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Red Thomas kicks off operations in Black Hole Sun and learns a few lessons along the way. Those hard lessons are your gain as he lists out some must-know tips for players who want to jump-start their own operations in X4: Foundations.Posted Dec 13, 2018 by Red Thomas

Not So MMO: Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

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A mutated boar and duck walk down the road towards the Ark, the last known safe haven for humans. In a post-apocalyptic time mutants help the humans to continue to live on. These mutants are everywhere and they will help the humans to survive the ghoul attacks on the Ark. Then something happens, someone says that a perfect place called Eden exists, and this starts them down their own journey of discovery and survival. This is our review for Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden.Posted Dec 4, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Farming Simulator 19: A Redneck’s Response

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Having grown up on a ranch, Red Thomas gives his impressions of the new Farming Simulator 19. How well does the sim capture the feel of country life and how realistic is the equipment? Red gives the game a try and gives his verdict. Posted Nov 29, 2018 by Red Thomas

Star Trek Fleet Command Review: A New Era in Star Trek Mobile Gaming

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Red alert! Red alert! All hands to battle stations, we are being boarded! You hear as the alarm klaxons start going off all around you. An explosion rocks your ship that knocks you from your post. It was a Klingon attack on the outer colonies. The Klingons want to take the area of space for themselves and so they are attacking the Starbase. This is our review for Star Trek Fleet Command.Posted Nov 28, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden – First Impressions

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Mutants and a post-apocalyptic storyline are two things that’ll always catch the attention of Red Thomas. A few hours of gameplay later, and Red’s coming up for air and to give everyone his initial take on Mutan Year Zero: Road to Eden.Posted Nov 1, 2018 by Red Thomas

Not So MMO: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

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The latest in the long line of Call of Duty games has finally come out to play. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 marks several firsts for the series. It’s the first to be featured on the battlenet launcher, the first to not feature a single player campaign and the first to have Battle Royale AKA Blackout. WIll all these firsts make for a new mark in the CoD series or simply be a footnote in gaming history? This is or Call of Duty Black Ops 4 review. Posted Oct 23, 2018 by David Holmes

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review

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As I said earlier in the week, Starlink is the Starfox 64 sequel we never really got. Not only that, but it gives birth to a fantastic new sci-fi franchise from Ubisoft. It’s filled with deep lore, satisfying combat and travel, loads of content, and a great narrative. Starlink: Battle for Atlas gets derailed a bit by repetition and an expensive monetization model, but the overall game is still a success and one that should be experienced.Posted Oct 19, 2018 by William Murphy

Dying Light: Bad Blood But It’s The Only Blood I Have… err Had...

Dying Light - Columns

In a dead city filled with terrors, you and eleven other desperate individuals are airdropped and stranded with nothing but what you can scavenge from dilapidated buildings and trains. Given only one route to survival, you must make your way quickly through the dangerous landscape to fulfill your mission; and that does not include making friends. This is our Dying Light: Bad Blood review.Posted Oct 16, 2018 by Paul Eno

Not So MMO: Starlink Review in Progress

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Every so often, there comes along a game you don’t think is going to capture your attention. Then you play it, and several hours later, you realize that you’ve been completely sucked in. That’s Starlink: Battle for Atlas, from Ubisoft. Due out this week on just about every platform, I’ve been playing the sci-fi open-universe epic and loving every minute of it.Posted Oct 15, 2018 by William Murphy

The Maestros Review - a Symphony of Steampunk & Alchemical Battle

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What if we could evolve the RTS platform a bid, harmonize the melody with just the right notes to enliven the old tunes in such a way it might catch your attention again? Maybe it can be done. And maybe a small indie development team like Systence Games is just the one to do it and The Maestros is just the instrument to do it with.Posted Oct 13, 2018 by Paul Eno

State of Decay 2 : Daybreak Review

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In May of this year Undead Labs came out with State of Decay 2, a sequel to their smash hit State of Decay (check out our review). It was met with some success with a bit of a buggy launch. Four months later and they have delivered the newest DLC for the game Daybreak which introduces a separate wave-based horde fighting mode. Is it worth the price of admission? Time to find out. This is our State of Decay 2: Daybreak review. Posted Sep 21, 2018 by David Holmes

Fear the Wolves – A First Look at Early Access

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Chernobyl, the site of one of the worst nuclear catastrophes in all of human history. The reactor melted down and caused an area of about a thirty km radius to become highly irradiated, and is still that way today. No living human can live there anymore, but what does still live there? Check out our thoughts on Fear the Wolves.Posted Sep 14, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Scum Hands On - Staying Alive Isn't Easy

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Just barely a week after launch, SCUM has succeeded in bringing players the DayZ we've always wanted, to an extent. SCUM is a survival multiplayer/single player first person shooter. You have to eat and drink, you also have to urinate and do number 2 every now and then. Staying alive isn't always easy, but hey, what fun would it be if it were easy?Posted Sep 11, 2018

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 - Shadows Over Bogenhafen Review

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After a couple of months away from the game it's been nice to spend some time back in the world of Vermintide 2 specifically hacking and slashing my way through its latest DLC Shadows Over Bogenhafen. So grab that coffee, kick back and enjoy our review of Warhammer: Vermintide 2 - Shadows Over Bogenhafen, and yes I too notice how long that title is! Posted Sep 7, 2018 by Matthew Keith

Not So MMO PAX Preview - Remnant: From the Ashes

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Perfect World came into town and had Remnant: From the Ashes among their titles. This game surprised us with its fast-paced action and dark mood. Once inside the demo we stayed for the intense gameplay and determination to succeed, that is right fans of Dark Souls, you have something new to look forward to. Remnant is tough, but in a fantastic way. Posted Sep 4, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

Graveyard Keeper: Embalming Guide

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Are you tired of subpar graveyards? Do you feel like you just never get the pristine bodies the other guys do? Well, does Red Thomas have an article for you. Scalpels ladies and gentlemen, because Red’s about to show you how to embalm like a pro in Graveyard Keeper.Posted Aug 30, 2018 by Red Thomas

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Switch Review: The Port We Deserve

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You take a hit and fly across the ground, sliding to a stop as you try to regain your composure. Pulling an arrow from the quiver, you take aim, the arrow is loosed and you hit the charging beast square in the eye socket. The giant beast goes down with a thud, and it’s still warm corpse is laying there waiting for you to harvest it. This is our review of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on Nintendo Switch.Posted Aug 28, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Strange Brigade Review - Spiffy, Tricky & Addictive, Old Chap!

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Written like an old fashioned pulp-fiction matinee, feeling every bit an Indiana Jones movie with visual immersion as detailed as an AAA MMORPG - Rebellion development team’s newest title Strange Brigade launches this week with rip-roaring stories, animation, puzzles and gunfire all in the picturesque albeit zombie-ridden setting of 1930’s Egypt. How did this all come to be, what is a strange brigade and why are they here? Posted Aug 27, 2018 by Kelley Kiwi

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