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Review:  Be a Warrior Priest for Sigmar in New Vermintide 2 Career

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While I knew there was going to be a an announcement at the Video Game Awards for Vermintide 2, I wouldn’t have guessed with 100 percent certainty that it was […]

Antal Bokor /
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Review: Vermintide 2 Sees Keriliian Reborn as a Sister of the Thorn

As the world crumbles around the Ubersreik Five (or four, it doesn’t matter) the elf Kerillian has been seeking the aid of Lileath, but without a response. In an act […]

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Review: Chaos Wastes Has Been a Breath of New Life for Vermintide 2

I’ve played a ton of Warhammer: Vermintide 2 since its release over three years ago. It’s been on/off again on my co-op group’s playlist for a long time, but it […]

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Introducing: Third Coast Streamer Spotlight

As you well know, streaming is nothing new. It’s hard to believe but streaming giant Twitch has been around since 2011. But streaming has become even bigger since coronavirus, with […]

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Review: Winds of Magic is Not Quite What We Wanted for Vermintide 2

We’ve been playing Warhammer: Vermintide 2 since its beta early last year. It became one of my group’s go-to games, and we spent hundreds of hours slicing through Skaven and […]

Antal Bokor /
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Review: Warhammer: Vermintide 2 DLC Back to Ubersreik Brings the Ubersreik Five Back to Their Roots

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 has been one of my go-to games this year. Developer Fatshark isn’t always popular with its entire fanbase (Which developer is?) but they have been steadily adding […]

Antal Bokor /
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Review: Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is Bloody, Spectacular, and Rewarding

Let’s face it: the Warhammer IP is hit and miss. There are good Warhammer games, and incredibly bad ones. Luckily, developer Fatshark has managed another good entry into the vast […]

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