When one watches a presentation about video games, one does so with the intention of being excited about what’s to come, with grandiose reveals of long-awaited or surprise titles. When I watch a Microsoft presentation, however, it’s usually to see how they’re going to goof […]

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Ah, E3. A wondrous time for gamers, and a precarious time for publishers and developers, as the latter titillate the former with scintillating details of what’s to come for the next year or so. As with last year, I put my hand up for Bethesda […]

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With the upcoming release of Pokemon Sun and Moon, it’s gotten me thinking about this terrifying series again. “Maybe I had it all wrong,” I thought, “perhaps I’m just thinking about this way too hard and it really is just a harmless kids series of […]

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Battleborn Review

I have no doubt that things will improve over time, as is often the case with online games – things will have to if Gearbox hopes to keep this game alive. However, there is no denying that Battleborn is in dire need of improvement, and […]

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Author’s Note: This is something of a sensitive topic for some people, and, while I certainly do (and will) make a lot of jokes about it, it’s not a subject I take lightly. Please understand that these are my experiences only, I don’t speak for […]

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It’s hard to find fault with Western Press – it’s a simple, well executed party-game that can easily be enjoyed on your own, if only for a while. There’s not a whole lot to it, but that’s also part of its charm and one of […]

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SPOILER WARNING: In order to talk about the things I’m about to talk about, I’m going to be dropping more than a few spoilers. If you haven’t played the game yet but intend to later (fair enough), or haven’t finished the story campaign yet (seriously?), […]

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I’ve been somewhat lost in Battleborn this past week and a half and it was for this reason that Overwatch couldn’t possibly have escaped my attention. With the two games being released roughly around the same time and appearing, on the surface, to be very […]

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The Aquatic Adventures of the Last Human (TAAotLH) may not be very long but what’s here is exemplary of how a simple game can still be excellent. With little to no dialogue, TAAotLH manages to spin a tale of the futility of humanity’s that will […]

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As I sat here in this very spot, casually passing the 100-hour mark of the Division and bemoaning, once again, my agent’s propensity to get stuck in a wall, I had the strangest sense of deja vu. I’d made this complaint before, and not just […]

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