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Not So Massively: Enduring Space Punks’ sensory onslaught

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I've been meaning to check out Space Punks, the new isometric shooter from developer Flying Wild Hog and publisher Jagex, since it launched its...

Not So Massively: First impressions of Diablo Immortal on PC

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There was a time when the release of a new Diablo game might have been a big deal for me. But I've never been...

Not So Massively: First impressions of V Rising, launching into early access today

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I'm still searching for a survival game that fits me. I enjoy a lot of the survival experience, but the games as a whole...

Not So Massively: Nothing can prepare you for Craftopia’s weirdness

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While I like many survival mechanics, I've struggled to get into actual survival games. Despite that, I've kept one eye on the early access...

Not So Massively: Dune Spice Wars targets a very small niche

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Unpopular opinion time: I never liked Frank Herbert's Dune novels. I do, however, acknowledge that the setting has a lot of cool ideas, and...

Interview: Lost Ark’s regional parity, genderlocking, and the Amazon-Smilegate collaboration

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A few days before the western release of Lost Ark, we posed questions to the Amazon Games team, and franchise lead Soomin Park was...

Not So Massively: Lost Ark is junk food gaming (in a good way)

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Having originally played the alpha and the beta, I thought my plan for Lost Ark would be to play other things for the first...

Not So Massively: The Anacrusis is nowhere near ready for launch

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The Anacrusis is a four-player co-op shooter intended to be a spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead. I was never a particularly big L4D...

Not So Massively: Shadow of War plays fast and loose but hits the mark

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Like many of you, I suspect, I have myriad games in my backlog. These neglected titles were typically obtained on sale at a point...

Not So Massively: Making the case for Dungeon Siege IV

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Dungeon Siege is not the biggest name in ARPG field, but the franchise has always been dear to my heart. It's now been more...

Massively OP’s 2021 Awards: Not-So-Massively Game of the Year

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Welcome back to Massively Overpowered's formal end-of-the-year awards! Today's award is for the Not-So-Massively Game of the Year for 2021, which was awarded to Genshin...

Not So Massively: Godfall’s Challenger Edition is a flawed introduction to a flawed game

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I've been keeping one eye on Godfall for a while. I didn't want to take a chance on a game from a new franchise...

Not So Massively: Lost Ark is a promising MMOARPG with a poor first impression

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Like many ARPG fans, I have long-awaited the Western release of Smilegate's MMOARPG, Lost Ark. Though the launch has been delayed to next year,...

Not So Massively: Age of Empires IV is a thoughtful love letter to the past

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Folks who grew up gamers probably all have a few games or franchises that just defined our childhoods. For me, one of those franchises...

Not So Massively: Diablo II Resurrected is a lot of old school jank in a pretty wrapper

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I admit I debated whether I should write this column at all: After all that's happened lately, giving coverage to Blizzard games doesn't feel...

Not So Massively: Magic the Gathering Arena is great, but it can’t replace Magic Legends

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I've been playing a bit more of Magic: Legends lately -- might as well enjoy it while I can -- and two things have...

Not So Massively: Wolcen’s roadmap is missing some important things

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In the past, I've been pretty free with my praise for Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem. I've gotten nearly a hundred hours of good fun...

Not So Massively: Magic Legends had all the right ideas and all the wrong choices

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This is the worst kind of column to write. Not only am I reporting on the closure of a game, but it's a game...

Not So Massively: First impressions of Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance

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I'll admit I had low expectations for the new co-op action game Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance. The graphics looked a bit dated, and...

Not So Massively: Iron Harvest’s Operation Eagle expansion soars high

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The lead-up to the release of Iron Harvest 1920's first expansion was a bit of an emotional rollercoaster for me (insomuch as you can...

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