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Maxwell N

Immensely fascinated by the arts and interactive media, Maxwell N's views and opinions are backed by a vast knowledge of and passion for film, music, literature and video game history. His other endeavors and hobbies include fiction writing, creating experimental soundscapes, and photography. A Los Angeles, CA local, he currently lives with his wife and two pet potatoes/parrots in Austin, TX. He can mostly be found hanging around Twitter as @maxn_

Review: ‘Super Meat Boy’ on Nintendo Switch

How well does the legendary indie game, "Super Meat Boy", hold up on Nintendo Switch?

‘Super Mario Odyssey’: All Style, No Substance

Super Mario Odyssey is a fun game, but it's not a meaningful entry to the series.

‘Crawl’ Review: Party in a Dungeon

Reviewing indie game "Crawl", the local multiplayer ARPG brawler now available for the Nintendo Switch

Retro Review: ‘Mario Party 2’

17 Years Later - Gather some friends. Roll the dice. Play some mini-games. Collect some coins. Buy some Stars. Become the Super-Star.

9 Years Later, ‘Demon’s Souls’ Going Offline in February 2018

It has been officially announced that online servers for Demon's Souls will die off come February 28th, 2018

‘The Punisher’ is a Rare, Twisted but Intelligent Gem

The Punisher is a terrible fit for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its Netflix branch. As a result, it’s, to date, the best show put out under that banner.

Five ‘Super Mario’ Characters Most Deserving of a Comeback

The Mario franchise has an abundant back-catalog of completely forgotten allies and enemies that are ripe for a comeback, or at least a little more time in the spotlight. Here are five characters that I want to see return.

Talking Point: Can Games As Service Be Done Right? ‘Hitman’ Says Yeah.

"Games as a service" represents the worst consumerist practice in gaming right now but it doesn't have to. Hitman proves it.

Talking Point: Playing Games is a Privilege, Not a Right

Should all games be made as accessible as possible or should difficulty be dependent on the type of game being played?