As an outlet, we've stumbled, fallen, and made countless mistakes. Every mistake has led to an improvement, which is why we're cleaning up older posts.
There is a humanitarian crisis in the Gaza, and TechRaptor is inviting our readers around to world to join us in supporting the civilians in the area.
Our Founder's story of mental health, and our dedication to partnering with Safe in Our World through monthly donations and fundraising.
Enter our Paint Your Own Space Marine Pin competition to be in with the chance of winning a Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Chapter Pin Collection in association with the Koyo Store.
Some years, it's pretty clear which game or two is going to take Game of the Year from most award shows and outlets.
2020 has been an interesting year for tabletop gaming.
While the definition of "indie" becomes ever harder to pin down, the Indie Game of the Year continues to be our favorite award.
When you think of an evolving game, you're likely thinking of something that's a "game as a service" type game like Destiny.
New DLC or expansions are often overlooked by many and don't get the attention they deserve much of the time.
We're slowly trudging our way to the point that photorealism is mattering less and less.
Music in gaming is likely the most overlooked aspect of why we enjoy games. For most, when it works, you don't even notice.
Gaming has some great advantages when it comes to storytelling when compared to other mediums, and its growth in recent years has been a delight to
Gaming was thrust in to the spotlight moreso than ever this year, with many people finding themselves shut away from any social contact.
TechRaptor grew a lot in 2020, in spite of a terrible year. We grew our staff, our readership, our revenue, and ourselves. Here's a recap.
2020 has obviously been the most awful year in most people's lifetimes. The gaming world, however, had it pretty good.
Well. That was a thing that happened.
The events of this past week are impossible to ignore, and we want to add our modest voice to the chorus of support ringing around the world.
TechRaptor has now been around for almost 7 years, and in that time (with the exception of ~6 months), we've always used Disqus for our on-site com
This year has been one of many highs, a few lows (yay algorithm updates!), and a ton of growth for TechRaptor.
Over the years, we’ve made numerous iterations in logo, raptor mascots, and just general artwork that we use across the site.
After over a year of planning, months of development, and a month-long sprint to launch by the end of Q3 - we're finally live on our newly redesign
If you've been with TechRaptor since our inception in 2013, you've seen 3 different designs over the years.
The awards season for video games is upon us, and now it's our turn to let you know what we think about 2018 in gaming.
As the Reviews Editor of TechRaptor, I know more than anyone just how many games are released. Along with my team, we do our best to cover everyth
When I started TechRaptor in 2013, I wanted to create a website that was fair, balanced, and, above all, true to its readers.
I started TechRaptor in 2013 with the goal of providing a place for people to come for quality content, free from any extra nonsense or some of the
2017 will be remembered as one of the best years in gaming.
There's no denying that 2016 was one of the best years in board gam
What it means to be an indie game has been the topic for much debate, and we've taken the approach of "you'll know it when you see it." The rise of
The quality of DLC and expansions have been pretty hit or miss depending on the year.