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Articles By: Greg Johnson

Absolver Review: Fists of Fury

/ Aug 29th, 2017 Absolver is intense, complex and challenging, but it is also unique and extremely rewarding. The third-person martial arts game 0 comments continue reading >>

Pokémon GO Legendaries: Now What?

/ Aug 14th, 2017 Niantic introduced legendary Pokémon to Pokémon GO after Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago. Since then, players have had the 0 comments continue reading >>

Miitopia Review: An Adventure with Friends

/ Aug 9th, 2017 Miis shot to popularity as playable characters in Wii games like Wii Sports and Wii Music, and have since 0 comments continue reading >>

The Rub on the Nintendo Switch Mobile App

/ Jul 26th, 2017 Splatoon 2 recently released to much fanfare. Along with it, Nintendo’s mobile app for the Switch launched, and the 0 comments continue reading >>

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Preview: Changing Mario’s Game

/ Jul 11th, 2017 Nintendo has never been afraid to change up the formula when it comes to Mario games. Over the years, 0 comments continue reading >>

The Surge Review: Souls of Scrap

/ Jun 27th, 2017 The Surge is a third-person action RPG with a frustratingly high difficulty. Stop me if you’ve heard this before. 0 comments continue reading >>

The Best Presentation of E3 2017

/ Jun 14th, 2017 Each year, E3 begins with a series of pre-E3 press conferences from the major developers and publishers. All eyes 0 comments continue reading >>

Greg’s Cheers to Gaming: E3 2017 Bingo

/ Jun 9th, 2017 Throughout time, man has pondered ways to make videogames more enjoyable. Like most things, alcohol was the answer. Greg’s 0 comments continue reading >>

Yooka-Laylee Patch Details and Switch Update

/ Jun 7th, 2017 Developer Playtonic Games will not be at E3 2017, but the company offered an update on Yooka-Laylee via its 0 comments continue reading >>

What Purpose Does E3 Serve?

/ Jun 6th, 2017 When E3 began, there were no Nintendo Direct presentations or Twitch livestreams that video game publishers and developers could 0 comments continue reading >>