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Tabletop Simulator Preview

Tabletop Simulator Preview

Oct 23, 2014

If there’s anything the past few years in gaming have proved to us, it’s that you can take just about any noun, add “simulator” to the end of it, and it will sell based on that and that alone. Some have enjoyed explosive success for actually being reasonably fun, such as Surgeon Simulator 2013 and Goat Simulator, while others tend to...

Midnights In The Lab: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter part 2

Midnights In The Lab: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter part 2

Oct 23, 2014

Just one session was not enough to satisfy us here in the Geekenstein Labs. David brings Midnights In The Lab back to the strange world of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to continue looking into to the mystery and find an even stranger level darkness lurking below the surface of Red Creek Valley. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is the first game from The...

Midnights In The Lab: Alien: Isolation

Midnights In The Lab: Alien: Isolation

Oct 22, 2014

Alien is easily one of the best horror films ever created, so it’s only fitting that we would try to find the terror in Alien: Isolation. Matt and Alex from Random Assault join David for the Midnights In The Lab examination of this new adventure in the Alien universe and they can’t stand that sometimes horror has a slow build. Alien: Isolation is...

Midnights In The Lab: Neverending Nightmares

Midnights In The Lab: Neverending Nightmares

Oct 21, 2014

Through our experiments in probing the darker corners of the mind, trying to understand exactly what unsettles and scares us, our Midnights In The Lab team has played many horror games, both well known to unknown. Neverending Nightmares is one of, if not the, most unsettling and creepy games we have played here in the Geekenstein Labs. Neverending Nightmares is...

Review | Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut

Review | Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut

Oct 20, 2014

I’ll admit that I’m the last person to be reviewing a tactical RPG, what with my complete aversion to the genre up until this time. I always had trouble figuring out what was going on. I’ve played a lot of Dungeons and Dragons and so I assumed I’d be informed enough to proceed, but it would only get me so far. I scoff at the current day...