The old world is long gone. Billions have died and risen again, joining the legion of dead wandering the Earth. You have survived the first phase of the zomb-pocalypse. Now comes the tricky part: Rebuilding the World.

They came to the wrong planet. 

Time to make America ours again.

This is the end, and things will never be the same. 

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 00:00

UFC 2 Review

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I beat a man half to death last night. In my defense, he was trying to take my belt.

The Internet is a miracle, and our society has turned it into a cesspool.

It's the end of the world, at least for the surface.

Walking in a winter wonderland.

Ubisoft's standard bearer is back, but is it worth the price of admission?

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 00:00

XCOM 2: Review

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We thought the war was over. We thought we had won. We were wrong.

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