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Kyle grew up with a controller in one hand and a book in the other. He would've put something else in a third hand, but science isn't quite there yet. In the meantime, he makes do with watching things like television, film, and anime. He can be found posting ramblings on liketherogue.tumblr.com or trying to hop on the social media bandwagon @LikeTheRogue

‘Devilman Crybaby’ Reminds Us What It Means to Be Human

To be human is to be capable of overwhelming good and evil. 'Devilman Crybaby' abounds with a wide spectrum of powerful emotions and doesn't shy away from the uncomfortable. A steady beat pulses, a tempo, a sign that within the chaos beats the heart of humanity.

Why an Asymmetric Board Game Pissed Off Me and My Friends

It's Game Night and you know what that means: booze, board games, and belligerency (in that order). What better way to bond with your friends than by spending two hours in heated arguments, combing through rulebooks and forum posts to prove your points?

The Trouble with Recreating The Myth and Magic of ‘Star Wars’

Star Wars is a passion project that became a franchise. Its scope has increased in the forty years since the first movie's release; shifting and changing to fit different times and audiences. Whatever has been arguably lost or gained, there is no denying that audiences everywhere have continued to be captivated by a galaxy far, far away.

‘Laser League’: A ‘Bomberman’ For the Modern Age

Laser League does what Bomberman doesn't. By taking the basic premise of "territory control" that Bomberman established, Laser League works within a familiar context and adds some interesting changes to the mix.

‘Battle Chef Brigade’ is a Wholesome Dish Chock-full of Fun

'Battle Chef Brigade' is an action-puzzler that captures the uniquely hectic creativity you can only find in the kitchen. Despite some technical hiccups and stilted presentation, the game shines as a gorgeously wholesome and frantic take on cooking.

‘Slay the Spire’ – Get Good or Have Fun Dying

Slay the Spire’ is an addictively challenging game that combines the best of deckbuilding and roguelike into one tight package.

Seattle’s Indie Devs Gather to Show and Tell

Hosted by Seattle Indies, "Show and Tell" is a laidback event that exemplifies Seattle as a microcosm of indie talent and creativity.

‘Super Mario Odyssey’: Distinctly Japanese, Uniquely Nintendo, and Fundamentally Fun

'Super Mario Odyssey' is a return to Nintendo's design roots: experimenting with the concepts of "fun" and "play".

Fear Transcends Cultural Boundaries in ‘Detention’

Detention Developer(s): RedCandleGames Publisher(s): RedCandleGames, Coconut Island Games, AGM PLAYISM Platform(s): PC, macOS, Linux, PS4 Reviewed on: PC Release date(s): January 13, 2017 (PC, macOS, Linux) / October 3,...

Lightning Has Struck Twice in Season 2 of ‘Stranger Things’

Despite some rocky bumps along the way, Stranger Things continues to impress with a fantastic second season.