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Game Boys, Ep. 86: Golden Game Boy Awards

2017 is rapidly coming to a close and will likely be remembered as one of the greatest years in video game history.

Happy 10th Birthday ‘Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune’

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune might be the weakest title in the series, but it is nonetheless a fantastic game in its own right, with its immersive story, wonderful cast, and astounding last-gen visuals.

‘Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds’ is More of a Good Thing

And if you never tried Horizon Zero Dawn around its release, due to the influx of great titles released in the February-April period, now is the perfect time to pick it up.

‘Yomawari: Midnight Shadows’ is the Perfect Little Horror Game

Last year’s Yomawari: Night Alone is easily one of my favorite games from 2016. It does a lot as a horror piece to scare the player with a good ratio of subtle, fear-building, moments and opportunistic jump scares.

‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Review: Putting the ‘Person’ in First Person Shooters

Wolfenstein II is an experience I’ll not forget in a hurry, and one I’d happily dip into for a third (and final) installment - just as long as I finally get to kill Mecha Hitler.

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.

‘Middle-Earth: Shadow of War’ – a Phenomenal Gameplay Experience Let Down by an Underwhelming...

iddle-Earth: Shadow of War is quite simply one of the most mechanically exquisite games I’ve played in a long time.
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Rhythm Game ‘Deemo Reborn’ Announced for PS4 and PSVR

Deemo Reborn announced for PS4 and will have VR support. Check out the new teaser trailer!

‘The Solus Project’ Is A Sturdy Vessel, Lost In Space

The Solus Project is a linear exploration game, with simple crafting and survival mechanics to add another level of game-play to what is, for the most part, a walking simulator.

‘Until Dawn’: Analyzing PlayStation’s Familiar Yet Distinctive Horror Tribute

Being able to play out classic scenarios and essentially direct your very own horror movie is, as Until Dawn proved so successfully, extremely satisfying if a little bit terrifying.