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Of all the games featured at E3 2017, A Way Out probably piqued my interest more than any other title.
A look at and talking about Colorfiction's other-worldly A/V art adventure title, "0°N 0°W"
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.
Walloping bosses and taking names, and then making a list of my favorites. My top 4 bosses in Cuphead.
A quick look at "Last Man Kicking": a stand-alone tie-in for anticipated indie title, "Last Man Standing".
How a PlayStation "Demo 1" disc introduced me to some strange game called "Metal Gear Solid".
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.
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" review for the Nintendo Switch.
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.