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Articles By: Greg Johnson

Yooka-Laylee: Hype Rising

/ May 20th, 2016 Almost a year ago Yooka-Laylee was given a chance via Kickstarter. Roughly 73,000 backers threw down over $3 million 0 comments continue reading >>

How Pokémon Has Managed to Stay Relevant All These Years

/ May 18th, 2016 Pokémon games have always utilized new technology and ideas to continue a gradual progression, but what will be new 0 comments continue reading >>

Star Fox Zero Review: One Foxy Fox

/ May 3rd, 2016 Star Fox 64 is one of the most beloved Nintendo games of all time. Fans still look back on 0 comments continue reading >>

Blues and Bullets Episode 2 Review: Gunplay Gunned Down

/ Apr 21st, 2016 In the first episode of Blues and Bullets, the game introduced players to an alternate reality in which famed 0 comments continue reading >>

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 5 – Order Up Review: Fresh Adventures

/ Apr 12th, 2016 Fans thought the big finale was upon them, but Telltale has pulled a fast one with Minecraft: Story Mode 0 comments continue reading >>

Miitomo – What Are You!?

/ Apr 6th, 2016 Recently Nintendo unveiled their new loyalty program, My Nintendo, as well as a strange little app called Miitomo. Fans 0 comments continue reading >>

Sea of Thieves – Play It First Contest

/ Mar 10th, 2016 Rare has recently revamped their Sea of Thieves website. Coinciding with the redesign Rare announced a fan contest related 0 comments continue reading >>

4 Games We’ll Wait 4 More Years For

/ Feb 29th, 2016 Every four years, the world is granted an extra day on Feb. 29. On what is known as “Leap 0 comments continue reading >>

What’s in Your Box: Week of 2-28

/ Feb 27th, 2016 Each week, we here at Gaming Illustrated are always playing a number of different video games. However, we may 0 comments continue reading >>

SUPERHOT Review: Super Hot Slow-Mo Killing

/ Feb 25th, 2016 Society has long had a fascination with slow motion. It makes athletes look more athletic, home videos look like 0 comments continue reading >>