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‘A Way Out’ Preview – A Potentially Revolutionary Co-Op Experience

Of all the games featured at E3 2017, A Way Out probably piqued my interest more than any other title.

‘0°N 0°W’: Familiar Places in Different Spaces

A look at and talking about Colorfiction's other-worldly A/V art adventure title, "0°N 0°W"
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Games That Changed Our Lives: ‘Team Fortress 2’ Made Gaming a Communal Experience

Team Fortress 2 opened up gaming as more than a hobby. It showed me how people with passion, talent, and discipline could create a unique experience through video games. Nintendo taught me to enjoy games; Valve taught me to think about them.

Top 4 Bosses in ‘Cuphead’

Walloping bosses and taking names, and then making a list of my favorites. My top 4 bosses in Cuphead.

Indie Snippet: ‘Last Man Kicking’ is a Fun Little Time-Waster Serving As a Precursor...

A quick look at "Last Man Kicking": a stand-alone tie-in for anticipated indie title, "Last Man Standing".

Games That Changed Our Lives: ‘Demo 1’ and ‘Metal Gear Solid’

How a PlayStation "Demo 1" disc introduced me to some strange game called "Metal Gear Solid".

5 Historical Periods That Would Be Perfect for a ‘Kingdom Come: Deliverance’-Style Game

I like so many others eagerly await the release of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, hoping it will usher in a new wave of popular, hyper-realistic games that are as informative as they are enjoyable.
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‘Lost Sphear’ Review – A Jigsaw Missing Pieces

While Lost Sphear seems to tick a lot of boxes for the RPG genre, it feels like many of the pieces to complete the jigsaw are missing in the white void, therefore, never really gaining a personality of its own to become an enjoyable game.

‘Chromagun’ Just Doesn’t Color My World

"ChromaGun" review for the Nintendo Switch.

Did the ‘Metal Gear Survive’ Beta Allay or Add to our Fears?

I must admit, I feel kind of bad for Konami. I’m no less disappointed than anyone else by the series’ jarring shift away from the relentlessly original, narrative-driven, stealth-action of the past towards the hackneyed zombie survival genre. And I’m certainly not condoning Konami’s allegedly appalling treatment of its former employees.