All-in-all, Fallout Shelter was a great little mobile game when it was first released, with a lot of updates and effort put into it since then. In-app purchases are still available for the truly impatient, but they really aren’t needed with the amount of content […]

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Mighty No. 9 Review

So there you have it, friends, Mighty No. 9: A game that promised so much, delivered so little, and derailed the hype train so hard that even the survivors are still in shock. The story sounds like it was story-boarded with crayons by an eight […]

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For someone as lazy and physically inactive as myself, I’m oddly drawn to games that use farming as their central theme. I’m not talking about stuff like Farming Simulator 20XX; I mean games like Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, and now Slime Rancher. The farming aspect […]

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I know that Kirby is ostensibly a children’s series, and so we’ll never get a truly dark Kirby game, but the story behind Robobot started off strong and promising before falling pretty flat. Its influence is just barely squeezed into gameplay, level, and visual design, […]

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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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