Visual novels are not the irredeemable pit of weeb and anime that many people (i.e., I) think they are. There are plenty of games that poke fun at the [...]

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After finishing Dead Space, I took away two big things. The first being that it’s a flawed experience, despite being a good game, and the second being that if its problems were ironed out, a […]

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Sitting just outside the reach of a Nerf gun is my alpine white Gibson Les Paul Studio guitar. Its edges are darkened by sweat and dead skin seeping into the wood, and the once shiny […]

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Five years ago, I never would’ve touched a horror game. One, because most of what was on the market was trying to copy the success of Outlast, and two, because I was mortified of them. […]

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If you watched E3 this year, there’s a good chance that you saw something that wasn’t real. Y’know, I thought that would be a lot more obvious before I wrote it down, but it’s now […]

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I think it’s fair to say Halo isn’t what it used to be. I remember a time when Halo was a system seller, and when it was THE reason to invest in Microsoft’s foray into […]

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My first encounter with Fallout wasn’t with one of its games or a piece of related fiction. It was an online argument (perish the thought) about how a then-newly announced Fallout 3 was ripping off […]

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Superhero games are a fickle thing. We get spoilt one moment with the Arkham series and betrayed the next by lazy movie tie-ins like Green Lantern and Thor: God of Thunder. Spider-Man, in particular, has […]

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Like the rest of the internet, I was disappointed when I heard that the overdue return of Command & Conquer is a mobile game rather than a traditional PC experience. However, my frustration dwindled after […]

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E3 2018 was a bit of a mixed bag, but there are still lots of exciting games to look forward to in the years ahead. Here's a few which stood out to us [...]

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