Previews/Reviews

In the back alleys of the Steam Store the most obscure games are hidden and in one of those corners Drift Streets Japan can be found. Not only the game itself is a discovery, it also hides a online community of online street drifters. I mingled with these tuners so you…

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1984 is closer than ever with developing surveillance programs and how totalitarian states use them. Orwell tries to show us what it would look like if we move towards an Orwellian society. The results are both thrilling and scary.

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Drilling oil is not something you do on a Saturday afternoon because you think it is a fun activity. It is an expensive and complicated process of managing rigs, prices, piping, horses, land and moles. I am probably not making much sense, but Turmoil definitely is. Turmoil takes you back…

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It’s been a week since I set foot in Stardew Valley where I became a farmer, outsider, lumberjack, miner, adventurist and fisherman. It seems like my new life comes with many roles, professions and goals, but after 12 hours in-game only one seasons has passed. I have only scratched the surface…

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Only a few days left before the second expansion of the best city builder of this moment will release. Cities Skylines Snowfall will add trams, fog, temperature and of course snow. Is it getting hot in here? With the previous expansion After Dark we got a day and night cycle,…

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