John Campbell

Based in San Diego, California, John enjoys working, writing, eating with friends and family, and gaming - both board games and video games. After earning a Bachelor's Degree in Humanities, he currently works in IT, but hopes to one day become a full time college professor and writer. His recent favorite games include Persona 5 and NieR: Automata.

Review: Remothered—Tormented Fathers

By John Campbell / October 28, 2019 /

The best way I can describe Remothered is by calling it a mix between a 1990’s suspenseful/thriller and a cultish horror flick. Eerie cults, mental illness, bad family histories, and forgotten memories all mesh together to create an exceptionally troubling tale.

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Review: Stygian—Reign of the Old Ones

By John Campbell / October 24, 2019 /

Stygian is unsettling. Set in a world with little hope for rescue or safety, it is truly a tale of survival and coping with an unwanted reality.

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Review: Never Give Up

By John Campbell / September 17, 2019 /

If you’re a rage-quitter, this game is not for you. From Massive Monster, a developer with an astounding resume’ of over 50 games developed, comes a game that makes Mario and Commander Video look like wimps. Never Give Up has a steep learning curve and might be one of the best platformers of 2019. 

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Review: Nowhere Prophet

By John Campbell / August 20, 2019 /

Prepare your decks and go on a pilgrimage through the wasteland! Nowhere Prophet is a unique single-player card game. Travel across randomly generated maps and lead your followers in deep tactical combat. Discover new cards and build your deck as you explore this strange, broken world.

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Review: Fantasy Strike

By John Campbell / July 26, 2019 /

A fighting game designed from the ground up to be so easy to control that even non-fighting game players can play it, yet deep enough to play in tournaments. Vibrant graphics and excellent online play!

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