So I Tried…Conan Exiles
GameOn Magazine|Issue 142 - August 2021
Jay had a go at this MMORPG
Jay Moseley

With each edition of So I Tried… a GameOn writer takes a small look at a game, they've never played before. The game in question has exactly 30 minutes to sell itself, and that decides if we keep playing it or not. Today, I take a look at the PlayStation 4 version of Conan Exiles.

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