June 14, 2018

5 Most Anticipated Indie Games From E3

E3 has handily proven that indies cover a wide range of content, visions, and talent. Whether you're in the mood for a lighthearted romp, action-filled chaos, or somber storytelling, indie games have got you covered.
June 12, 2018

‘Fortnite’ on Switch: Looks, Feels like a Good Port

Fortnite: Battle Royale is just as fun, fast-paced, and frenzied on Switch as it is anywhere else.
June 12, 2018

E3 2018 PC Gaming Show Wrap Up: Quality and Quantity

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 […]
May 18, 2018
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‘Destiny 2: Warmind’ Review: A Ray of Hope for a Flawed Game

While Destiny 2: Warmind doesn't solve all of the title's problems, it's a refreshing change from the barren landscape the game had devolved into prior to the expansion.
May 17, 2018
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‘Omensight’ Review: Impeccable Timing

Omensight takes a looping doomsday detective narrative and combines it with a sleek combat system. While the combination doesn't necessarily pay off in spades, it proves to be a more than worthwhile ride.
May 16, 2018
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‘Machiavillain’ Review: It’s Good to Be Bad

Ever felt like building your own horror mansion, luring victims in, and then... dealing with them? 'Machiavillain' puts you in the shoes of a minion who does just that!
May 9, 2018

‘Tiny Bubbles’ Review: Tide Pod Puzzle Extravaganza

Tiny Bubbles is a deceptively simple game that shines through its colorfully appealing design. It doesn't reinvent the wheel, but polishes it to a shiny sparkle. Both the puzzles and the process of solving them are satisfying enough to leave you in a relaxing state of bubble zen.
April 23, 2018
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‘Kindred Spirits on the Roof’ Warms the Heart

Kindred Spirits demands a considerable time investment to fully appreciate, but the payoff is a myriad of fun and heartfelt tales of high school romance begging to be enjoyed.
April 22, 2018
The mysterious island setting of The Witness

12-Months Later and I’ve Finally Finished ‘The Witness’

If ever there was a game capable of sharpening a player’s mind, giving them pause for thought, or fostering in them a newfound appreciation of the genre and the wider medium, The Witness is it.
April 17, 2018
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Finding the Path to Divinity in ‘Rend’: PAX East Showcase

The new survival game, Rend, from ex-World of Warcraft developers is shaping up to be a refreshing entry to the genre for veterans and newcomers alike.
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