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Tank to the Skies: ‘Treadnauts’ Launches on Consoles!

Kyle Rogacion
Batten down the hatches and rev up those engines: Treadnauts has launched on consoles! Fans of Smash Bros. and Gunbound will feel right at home in this unique genre mashup. Whether you’re looking for a fun party game or white-knuckle competition, Treadnauts has it all. So what is Treadnauts? The
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‘Darling in the Franxx’ Check-in: Ending With a Whimper

Kyle Rogacion
Spoilers for Darling in the Franxx below Franxx has been many things throughout its run, from a campy metaphor for puberty to an endearing character-driven coming-of-age story. What I never expected it to be, however, was disappointing. I don’t normally use that word to describe media, as I often temper my
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E3 2018 PC Gaming Show Wrap Up: Quality and Quantity

Kyle Rogacion
E3 2018 has been a bit of a roller coaster (to say the least). Whether it was EA’s embarrassingly out of touch presentation or Devolver’s insane performances, E3 has been a series of one extreme after another. By the time PC Gaming Show rolled around I wasn’t sure what to
Anime

‘Darling in the FRANXX’ Check-in: Roller Coaster of Emotions

Kyle Rogacion
With Episode 15 of Darling in the FRANXX, we've reached the end of Act 2. My original misgivings about the show's pacing have gone away with every Saturday since it started airing. What other shows try to do over 24 episodes, FRANXX has already accomplished in two-thirds that time.
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‘Vermintide 2’ – The World is Ending; Time to Fight Back

Kyle Rogacion
It's the end of the Old World as we know it. The Empire of Man lies in flames, overrun with hordes of ravenous ratmen and berserking Nords. Light fades on the mortal races, who claw desperately for survival. But hold fast, brave citizen of the Empire! In this grim and
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A New Generation of Game Development: An Interview with Sciman101

Kyle Rogacion
A lot has changed from the days of Newgrounds and flash games. Indie gamedev has exploded from the proliferation of free game-development. To make games, all you really need is a computer, an internet connection, and the discipline to see your work through. Sciman101 belongs to this new generation.