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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...

Not So Massively: Magic Legends has already made big changes, but there’s more to do

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Even as someone who enjoys the game, I have to admit that Magic: Legends had a very rough launch, with numerous polish issues and...

Not So Massively: Checking up on multiplayer RTS Iron Harvest 1920

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Last fall, this column covered Iron Harvest 1920, an alternate history RTS with a strong multiplayer emphasis and surprisingly poignant story-telling. Once I got...

Not So Massively: Four things I wish I’d known when I started Magic Legends

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Inevitably after a couple weeks in a new game, you've learned a few things that you wish you'd known from the start. For me...

Not So Massively: Magic Legends is messy, deep, and more of an MMO than you think

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I can't remember the last time I struggled so much deciding whether I like a game or not. I'm a fan of ARPGs, and...

Not So Massively: Checking the pulse of Star Wars Battlefront II

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As I am someone who is at best lukewarm to the Star Wars franchise, nearly as ambivalent toward shooters, and almost entirely uninterested in...

Not So Massively: Outriders’ demo teases a decent but unremarkable looter-shooter

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Outriders, the new co-op shooter from publisher Square Enix, is not a game I've followed super closely, but with Anthem consigned to eternal purgatory,...

Not So Massively: A eulogy for Anthem and Defiance

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Last week was a bloodbath. In a single day, we saw Electronic Arts consign one game to eternal maintenance mode, and Gamigo announced closures...

Not So Massively: Torchlight III is less than the sum of its parts

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Last summer in this very column, I argued that ARPGs are the pizza of gaming: Even when they're bad, they're still pretty good. The Torchlight...

Not So Massively: First impressions of Century Age of Ashes

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Dragons are ubiquitous to the point of over-exposure in gaming these days. And yet for all that, there are still very few games that...

Not So Massively: Wolcen’s Bloodtrail is worth coming back for

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I've been a fan of Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem from the start, but with how long things went quiet after the initial post-launch updates,...

Not So Massively: Haven is a noble but failed experiment in couples’ gaming

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This is purely anecdotal, but it has been my experience that most people who play games with other people tend to spend most of...

Not So Massively: Drake Hollow is the wholesome survival game we need right now

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I've talked in the past about liking survival mechanics in games, but not so much survival games themselves. There are a couple of reasons...

Not So Massively: Looking back at 2020 and ahead to 2021 in the realm of not-so-massively games

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So another year comes, and the last one's gone, and we dig deep just to carry on. Musical allusions notwithstanding, I thought it might...

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