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Indivisible Review: Zombie

/ Nov 12th, 2019 Waiting is the hardest part. In video games, waiting is a common experience. Development takes time. Indie developers unlike 0 comments continue reading >>

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review

/ Nov 7th, 2019 Right now you may be dealing with an actual fever rather than Olympic fever. However, the latest Mario & 0 comments continue reading >>

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review: Reboots on the Ground

/ Oct 24th, 2019 Infinity Ward‘s last attempt at a Call of Duty took players to space with Infinite Warfare. It was polarizing, 0 comments continue reading >>

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Preview

/ Oct 24th, 2019 The Nintendo Switch has a few major releases still on the horizon. While new Pokémon games may be on 0 comments continue reading >>

Catherine: Full Body Review: The Staircase

/ Oct 7th, 2019 Catherine: Full Body reimagines the original game with new story elements and an option for remixed gameplay. All of 0 comments continue reading >>

Control Review: Inverted

/ Sep 18th, 2019 It is easy to call something X meets Y meets Z in an attempt to distill a concept for 0 comments continue reading >>

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled: Classic Karting

/ Jun 20th, 2019 Two years ago I sat in a room previewing Crash N. Sane Trilogy in a hotel room at E3. 0 comments continue reading >>

Dragon Marked for Death Review: Marked Out

/ May 29th, 2019 Waiting is the hardest part. Sometimes though, waiting has its benefits. Those who waited for Inti Creates’ latest game, 0 comments continue reading >>

Ghost Giant Review: Holding Hands

/ May 23rd, 2019 Over the course of its dozen scenes, Ghost Giant brings a story of friendship to life. All told in 0 comments continue reading >>

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review: Cut to the Feeling

/ Mar 21st, 2019 Ten years ago, FromSoftware released Demon’s Souls onto an unwitting gaming public. The game was noted for its fair 0 comments continue reading >>