It’s starting to look as if I just love to pick on Nintendo, because this is the third article in the series, and I’m still focusing on their first-party titles. It’s not as though I set out with this intention in mind; when I began […]

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There were so many excellent parts to this game that, otherwise, just didn’t fit together, and likely because they were prevented from grooving […]

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An interesting question was raised during the "What The Player Wants" panel of the Game Changers event, run by Steve Gaynor, Dan Pinchbeck [...]

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For many gamers, Broken Age is simply the resurfacing of a title that was made famous when it created a tornado of money through Kickstarter, and showed us all the potential of crowd funding. However, for me, it was the pay-off for a small monetary […]

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It’s not the most original Zelda game narratively speaking, but it’s definitely the first to shake up the core foundations in awhile!

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As it stands, Super Mario 3D World is a well made game, and a lot of fun to play in a group. However, in saying that

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During our recent indie event at Game City , GC Editor, Patrick Waring had the opportunity to catch up with Louis Roots from SK Games to discuss being different, making prototypes, and their latest creation, Gun Dash!   What’s it been like for you working […]

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It’s no secret that Pokemon is messed up, that the people who inhabit the world are negligent towards animals at best and at worst are horrible animal abusers with seemingly no moral limits as far as their “companions” are concerned. Because the series has been […]

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On the surface, Pikmin 3 appears to be a cute game about space travelers who buddy up with brave little plant creatures, searching for food [...]

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I work in shifts and, as anyone who works in shifts can tell you, working in shifts is the absolute worst for sleeping patterns. So as I sat here at 3AM, in the throes of insomnia, I looked to video games, my cherished past time, […]

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