The weirdest thing happened to me the other day. A few friends and I had just gone to see Deadpool for the fifth time (seriously, that movie is ON POINT) and decided to get Maccas afterwards. As is always the case when you don’t want […]

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I think that the greatest trick a game can pull on you is to convince you that you’re the one in control. It’s a devilish little detail that a lot of games try to swindle when it’s obvious that any offer of agency is very, […]

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SUPERHOT Review

Despite not having a lot of content to offer, SUPERHOT is one of the most innovative and unique shooters out there. It plays like a puzzle game, has a great look to it and boasts a fantastic narrative. There’s not a whole lot of novelty […]

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Video games are art, no question. Whether it’s fair to compare the likes of Romeo and Juliet to Tetris, though, that’s like asking if it’s fair to compare the steak sandwich I’m eating right now to Fiddler on the Roof. I would consider both to […]

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Steam may be the greatest thing to happen to gaming since the “Half-Life 3 confirmed” meme. What started off as a platform to make patching games easier, Steam has grown into a magnificent hub that all gamers can enjoy. Whether you’re a player or a […]

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Steam may be the worst thing to happen to gaming since the “Half-Life 3 confirmed” meme. Ever since Half-Life 2 forced users to use the client, Steam has set the precedent for digital distribution and DRM practices. Unfortunately, the standards were never high, and its […]

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Bombshell Review

This is not a game I’d recommend to anyone, even as a joke. It is broken at its very core, lacking functionality in the most important and basic mechanics, and offers nothing riveting from either a story or gameplay perspective. There are so many bugs […]

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I’d like to think of myself as a Game Jam veteran at this point. This was my third Global Game Jam, and as always, it was a thoroughly enjoyable romp into the world of game design and sleep deprivation. I didn’t quite finish my game […]

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Deserts of Kharak is a fantastic addition to the Homeworld franchise. Its brilliant design translates the game from space into a more personal and grounded setting, and despite some infuriating absences, it’s a thoroughly satisfying experience. The depth of the mechanics should be appealing to […]

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Forgive me, whoever is reading this, for I have sinned. Well, maybe not sinned, but I certainly confounded myself. For a solid four days, I did nothing but play Factorio. I woke up, went to my computer, booted up Factorio, played it for 16 hours, […]

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