Fallout 4 on Steam

Playing Fallout 4 on Steam

by Paul Gestl

Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Released on Nov 10, 2015

War…War Never Changes.

Every Fallout Protagonist

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Other Age Second Encounter Review

OASE on Steam

Developer: Mirage and Nitarou
Publisher: Zeiva Inc
Released on Sep 16, 2010

Genre: Indie Adventure Dating Sim

Other Age Second Encounter (OASE) is an indie game developed by Zeiva Inc. A direct sequel to the original Other Age dating sim, OASE is back with a cast of quirky characters to interact with, as a dating sim that plays out like a visual novel. This time, the Prince of Zeiva Empire is sent by his mom on a quest to find his ideal girlfriend.

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Mainland Review

Mainland
A Simple Text Adventure Game

Developers: Vasily Voronkov, Ryan Joseph, Peter Kosyh
Published by Instead Community

Released on May 8, 2015

Introduction

Mainland is an interactive text storybook adventure set in the 19th century. After a closer look, I’m more convinced that it is not actually a game but rather a fictional novel where you type commands into the text box to generate a specific action.

Genre: Free-to-play Indie Game

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Domina Review

Domina on Steam

Written by Paul Gestl

Developer: DophinBarn
Publisher: Same Company
Released on April 3, 2017

Domina is akin to the “new kid on the block” in the rogue-like genre of games (marked by dungeon crawling, tile-based graphics, and permadeath.) With a setting in the heyday of gladiator combat, the game brings a few new things to the table both in terms of social live streaming and glorious AI vs. AI gladiator combat.

Genre: An action-strategy simulation game.

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