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REVIEW: Diablo 4 full release

In Diablo 4, the latest major release from Blizzard, a band of adventurers break into an ancient tomb, and their quest for gold accidentally unleashes Lilith, The Daughter of Hatred, The Mother of Sanctuary....

REVIEW: Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West is a sequel to the fantastic 2017 game, Horizon Zero Dawn. Just like its predecessor, it is a wonderful blend of genres that I can best describe as post-apocalyptic tribal fantasy/science...

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Review: Darktide

Warhammer 40,000. One of the biggest franchises in the world, there are more Warhammer video games out there than hot dinners. Some great ones are out there, including Mechanicus, Dawn of War 1 and...

REVIEW: Resident Evil: Village-Winters’ Expansion

Resident Evil: Village was one of my favorite games in recent memory, continuing the story of Ethan Winters after the excellent soft continuity reboot of Resident Evil VII. That story brought the horror back...

REVIEW: Middle Earth: Shadow of War

Middle Earth: Shadow of War is the sequel to the highly popular and enjoyable Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. It was a somewhat blasphemous and fascinating take on the classic Tolkien Legendarium, having its...

REVIEW: Slaying the Dragon: A Secret History of Dungeons and Dragons

Dungeons and Dragons and its parent company in the Eighties, TSR, had a fascinating story that has mostly been shared around by gamers at cons as well as word of mouth for decades. This...

REVIEW: Disco Elysium

The flippant pitch for Disco Elysium would be to say if China Mieville wrote a Dirk Gently video game. The writer, Robert Kurvitz, has made something unique with this game, and it’s hardly a...

DISCUSSION: The GdM Team Plays Elden Ring

It’s a rare thing for a game to come along and live up to its own hype by not only being good but astounding, but for it to do it so utterly and completely...

REVIEW: Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City

Resident Evil is one of my all-time favorite video game franchises but it is also something that I can honestly say no one has ever experienced for their deep and meaningful plots. It’s not...

Cyberpunk 2077: One Year Later

This article is being written on December 10th, 2021 and exactly one year after the release of Cyberpunk 2077. For those of you who read the original Grimdark Magazine review, you’ll know we viewed...