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Articles by Perry Ruhland
My demo at E3 2017 began with a class select screen, allowing me to choose from the four different characters, each with unique personalities and weapons.
Usually, I'm not one to get anticipated for Kickstarter games, but when gothic horror and former Castlevania director Koji Igarashi is involved, it's hard hard for me to ignore it.
You know what's cool? Giant robots. You know what's even cooler? Creating your own giant robots.
2017 has been a good year for a Gundam-loving game critic such as myself.
As far as comic anthologies go, I've always believed that there's a "big three": Tales From the Crypt, Weird War Tales, and 2000 A.D., and it just so happens that one of these thr
Way back at E3 2014, Crytek unveiled a demo of a game then-titled Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age. Despite its interesting pre-steampunk aesthetic and hunters vs monsters premise, the game
Just under two months ago, a little indie puzzler by the name of Little Nightmares took the gaming community by surprise.
Just hours before Sony's E3 2017 press conference kicks off, it has come to our attention that the upcoming God of War sequel, creatively titled God of War, is yet another casualt
I'm going to level with you all - writing about Mr. Shifty is a lot harder than it has any right to be.
Mecha games aren't quite as common as one would expect.
All things considered, Groundhog Day's cranky Phil Connors had it easy.