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Articles By: Greg Johnson

Yooka-Laylee Toybox First Impressions

/ Jul 29th, 2016 Yooka-Laylee quickly became a massive success when it first appeared on Kickstarter. It was funded well beyond its initial 0 comments continue reading >>

Worms WMD Preview: 21 Gun Salute

/ Jul 27th, 2016 The Worms franchise has been around for more than 20 years, and developer Team17 is currently working on the 0 comments continue reading >>

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 6 – A Portal to Mystery Review: It Was Murder

/ Jul 14th, 2016 Minecraft Story Mode was supposed to end with Episode 5 – Order U, but close to its launch, developer 0 comments continue reading >>

Terraria Review: To Hell And Back Again

/ Jul 11th, 2016 Terraria isn’t a new game; it first released in 2011 for PC. Since then, it has launched on almost 0 comments continue reading >>

How to Play Pokémon Go

/ Jul 8th, 2016 A lucky few got to experience the Pokémon Go beta within the last couple months, but the app is 0 comments continue reading >>

The Technomancer Review: Volts & Jolts

/ Jul 7th, 2016 Fans of Mars: War Logs will find familiarity in The Technomancer, a game that brings the publisher and developer 0 comments continue reading >>

Sea of Thieves & Yooka-Laylee: Rare Air

/ Jul 6th, 2016 Over the last few years, a number of employees were laid off or left Rare. This exodus led to 0 comments continue reading >>

Death Stair Preview: The Friendship Obliterator

/ Jul 1st, 2016 A “friendship destroyer” is a game that pits players against each other, often meant to be played in local 0 comments continue reading >>

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor- Martyr Preview: Across New Universes

/ Jun 30th, 2016 Warhammer 40,000 is a vast and sordid universe. It exists in a future where humans are mostly religious fanatics 0 comments continue reading >>

Terraria Physical Edition Released On Wii U

/ Jun 30th, 2016 More than 18 million copies of Terraria have been sold since the game’s release in 2011. It has launched 0 comments continue reading >>