Traditional long format reviews
Guest writer Nina has taken a trip into this cyber-punk Indie game and has some thoughts to share.
After seeing the Foreclosed trailer at E3 this year, the indie cyberpunk shooter immediately went on my radar. I love the cyberpunk genre, and aside from a few exceptions, there aren’t a lot of games that truly do the genre justice. I will admit though, Foreclosed had my hopes up.
So when I was given the opportunity to review it, I was excited as hell.
When 300 words is more than enough
Here at the Cottage we are big fans of XCOM. So the prospect of a new bite sized turn-based tactical game of that ilk on my Xbox Series S was certainly appealing.
Fort Triumph doesn’t manage to hit the quality or depth that our beloved XCOM does, but there is fun to be had for the tactically minded gamer.
Occasional Features, maybe off topic, maybe news, maybe opinion pieces, mostly interesting.
Part 2 of the series, where I build my own Arcade Machine.
There is plenty of mystery surrounding the homemade arcade scene, until you get under it’s skin. Wherever you live there will be local knowledge and country related forums. This is as true in Australia as it is elsewhere. On the way to picking up and deciding on which cabinet I was going to tackle first I came across lots of useful resources.
Google and Youtube are absolutely your friend, especially if you’re an okay-ish handyman like myself.
Gadgets, Gifts and stuff that we like that isn't a game.
I’m fond of my JBL products, that’s no secret. The 600 Headphones are absolutely my go-to for close up sound in game. That said it’s easy to overlook the need for crystal clear sound outside the TV. This is where the JBL Quantum Duo comes in, sleek, classy and full of colour.
This is a desktop set that offers versatility in a simple package and plenty of “cool kids” effects.