It’s mind-boggling to think that so many people have yet to experience the original Dark Souls despite the boom in popularity the series experienced over the past few years. The first is still widely considered […]

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I’ll always jump at any opportunity to play a Shin Megami Tensei (SMT) game I haven’t yet tried yet for the challenging gameplay and unique storylines they consistently offer. The original DS release of SMT […]

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State of Decay 2

Hoo-boy, things just aren’t going well for Microsoft at the moment. State of Decay 2 follows so closely on the heels of its predecessor that you’d swear it was an expansion, if not the same […]

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Extinction

Full disclosure, Extinction is the kind of game that makes me want to write snarky, despicable things about it. After the last two weeks, however, I’ve read some reminders about the chronically unfair and unhealthy […]

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As someone who never owned a Wii U, I applaud Nintendo’s strategy of re-releasing their first-party back catalogue on the Switch. The quality of the ports to date has mostly been excellent, and while some […]

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Dragon’s Crown Pro

When I first saw Dragon’s Crown as it came out in 2013, I remember thinking to myself how simple and one-note it looked, and while the reviews said otherwise, I never got the chance to […]

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Warframe (2018)

I remember letting out a frustrated groan when my partner said he had a new game for us to play: Warframe. We couldn’t afford a new game at the time, and he knew what I […]

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God of War

God of War certainly isn’t the first game from a long-running series to strip the number from its title and attempt to be reborn. With such a cataclysmic conclusion to its exponentially destructive saga, and […]

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Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life marks the end of a chapter in Sega’s storied franchise. First released in Japan in late 2016, Western audiences have had to wait almost 18 months for the 6th […]

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Frostpunk

Survival games have been all up in the mid-list zeitgeist of late, as have games set in places of debilitating cold. It is perhaps outside the scope of this review to speculate why these things […]

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