Monthly Archive: July 2017

Dirt 4 Review

Building upon the foundation of Dirt Rally, Dirt 4 reaches down to its roots to create a true rally experience. Passing up the flashy experience of Gymkhana and offering variations of the painfully difficult...

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CSG Archives: Castlevania NES Trilogy

Don’t know what Castlevania is? Do you know what it is, but need a refresher? Watch us play snippets of the original three Nintendo Entertainment System games by Konami and behold one of the...

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Valley – A Life-Giving Review

Blue Isle Studios is not a household name. To date, the indie team has only two games under their collective belts: Slender: The Arrival, and its latest, Valley. With only 13 members, Blue Isle’s foray into the first-person...

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Tony’s Games of E3

E3 2017 was a slow-burner. Anti-climactic, in fact. Not from lack of great presentations, or enthusiasm, but from content. There were few surprises this year and those few made mostly negative ripples among the...

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