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MegaBearsFan Mar 7 @ 4:29pm 
Wrote a review for the Resident Evil 2 REmake (on PS4) last month:

I also adapted much of that review into a video critique of the game on YouTube:
MegaBearsFan Jan 1 @ 3:10pm 
Wanted to get at least one more Civ VI: Rise and Fall strategy out before the new expansion, Gathering Storm makes landfall in February. So here is a full strategy guide for Robert the Bruce of Scotland:

Bannockburn is kind of a crap ability, especially compared with Australia's ability. Wars of Liberation are just very hard to actually declare due to very strict requirements for the casus beli. My advice is to not plan your strategy around using this ability. Instead, focus on getting lots of luxuries and amenity to keep your cities happy and maintain bonus research and production throughout the entire game.
MegaBearsFan Jan 1 @ 2:56pm 
Posted a full review of Axis Football 2018 a while back:

It still needs a lot of work, but it's the most full-featured indie football game on the market right now!
MegaBearsFan Aug 10, 2018 @ 2:35pm 
New Civilization VI strategy guide posted earlier this month:

Lautaro of Mapuche can punish civs that fall into Dark Ages by attacking their loyalty, or reign in civs that ascend to Golden Ages. The +10 combat strength against Golden Age units doesn't scale with eras, so it's best to use that as early as possible.
MegaBearsFan May 22, 2018 @ 11:50pm 
New Civilization VI strategy guide posted earlier this month:

Tamar of Georgia gets powerful Golden Ages and can easily string them together for large chunks of the game. Her unique unit and building, however, are expensive to bring into play, and aren't particularly useful. Don't plan a strategy around them; focus on Golden Ages instead.
MegaBearsFan May 22, 2018 @ 11:48pm 
A couple months ago, I put myself through playing the early chapters of Kingdom Come: Deliverance on the PS4:

First impressions were pretty terrible. I don't have a problem with restrictive or diagetic save systems in games, but Kingdom Come (in its launch state) was just too technically faulty and too obtuse for such a restrictive system to really work. The whole game just felt wonky and uncomfortable to play.

In 6 months to a year, maybe patches will have brought it up to a more enjoyable state, but for now, it's a bust on my list.