Nevada Dru


7 games reviewed
76.6 average score
79 median score
57.1% of games recommended
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70 / 100 - Inked
May 28, 2018

Inked is a lovely looking game with an interesting narrative idea. However, the story within the story is bland and generic. The game is much too long and if you are playing on a mouse and keyboard, you are in for a tough time. That being said, you might find it an interesting game about how to cope with trauma and the relationship between creation and the creator.

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Apr 19, 2018

Considering that Orwell is merely about reading, and then dragging and dropping information, it’s one of the most intense experiences you will have playing a game. You are going to think about Orwell’s implications about fake news, data, and social media long after finishing the game.

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69 / 100 - Fable Fortune
Apr 3, 2018

The CCG market is saturated and Fable Fortunes does not do enough to set itself apart. There was the intention of narrative and flair with the morality quest system, but this falls face first back down the well of good ideas. Fable Fortunes is a perfectly fine card game, but there are far better alternatives.

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89% - Insidia
Mar 24, 2018

Insidia is brilliant. Any issues that it suffers from can be expunged in future patches. The simultaneous turns and chaos they cause are wonderful. Planning and executing an excellent combo will be fantastic whether you succeed or fail. To cap this off, it does free to play in the best way possible.

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If you want a game that you can sink hundreds of hours learning every minute system and detail, then this is the game for you. There are so many options and choices, but they are all funnelled towards a singular goal - world domination.

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55 / 100 - Ironbound
Feb 15, 2018

I can't see any reason why you would want to play Ironbound. It doesn't do anything revolutionary or interesting. Instead, it wants to take all of your money in return for unrewarding gameplay in an economy built for pay to win

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79 / 100 - Post Human W.A.R
Feb 4, 2018

If you are looking for a decent turn-based tactical game with some superbly implemented psychological elements, then you should definitely jump into Post Human W.A.R. You will enjoy every single second and won’t have any regrets. The matchmaking is quick, and there is an online leaderboard to progress through. However, if you are after a campaign experience, then you might find Post Human W.A.R lacking and feel a bit disappointed.

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