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Cyberpunk 2077

The Uncanny Tone of Cyberpunk 2077

It has been a few days since Cyberpunk 2077 has been out to the public, taking players to the dystopian far future of Night City.
The artwork for Pokémon Crystal, featuring Suicune

Pokémon Crystal Turns 20: The First 'Real' Pokémon Game

When was the last time you revisited the first generation of Pokémon?
Solas in the latest Dragon Age trailer

The Game Awards Dragon Age Trailer Breakdown

BioWare continues drip feeding information about the long-awaited Dragon Age sequel, as a trailer debuted at
Ghost of Tsushima

The Best Game Music of 2020 - Ghost of Tsushima

The games industry owes a lot to what the film industry has done in the past century.
Cyberpunk 2077 Radio Station Header

Every Cyberpunk 2077 Radio Station Ranked

Music is a big park of Cyberpunk 2077, and really a major ingredient baked into the style cyberpunk tends to showcase.
Art depicting characters in the tactical RPG Brigandine The Legend of Rusersia

Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia - Can Strategy Work With a Controller?

Recently I’ve been sinking an ungodly amount of time into two games: Dragon Age: Origi
Mario Party 3 Feature

20 Years Later: What Did Mario Party 3 Bring to the Party?

Twenty years later we ask: What did Mario Party 3 bring to the series? Which mini games are the best? Is the Millennium Star secretly evil? All these and more answered in the anniversary celebration of Mario Party 3!
Colors Live Art Program cover

How Colors Live Holds Up as an Art Program

I enjoy drawing as a hobby—so I backed the Kickstarter for Colors Live. This Nintendo Switch title is less of a game and more of an app.
Paradise Killer

The Best Game Music of 2020 - Paradise Killer

“Paradise” might be the last thing to come to mind when you think of 2020, but in a way, that’s fitting for a game like
Various classes represented currently in Baldur's Gate 3

Classes We're Most Looking Forward to in Baldur's Gate 3

Baldur’s Gate 3 has been in early access for a while now, and
Super Meat Boy

Super Meat Boy - 10 Years Later, Still a Rare Indie Gem

I remember the moment I discovered Meat Boy. I was on Kongregate, one of the largest Flash gaming sites on the web.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Cloud

The Best Game Music of 2020 - Final Fantasy VII Remake

2020, despite all its heart-wrenching challenges, has been a fantastic year for original soundtracks in video games.
world of warships virtual fleet week

World of Warship's Virtual Fleet Week is a Spin on an Old Tradition

Veteran's Day came and went, and one can safely say it was a bit quieter this year.
Mass Effect Andromeda, The Quiet Man, Microsoft Kinect, Wii U, and Mixer

The Biggest Flops of Generation Eight

Just as the gaming industry has found new and inventive ways to keep us entertained this past decade, so too has it found new and inventive ways to
Deep-Cut Studios Sea Mats

Deep-Cut Studios Sea Mats Showcase

Deep-Cut Studios produce a range of incredible gaming mats and as part of our Nautical Tabletop Season, we wanted to showcase some of the
Nonary Games

 Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, Ten Years

Ten years ago, 999: Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors became one of the first video games to advertise itself as escape room inspired. Was this move successful? How far have escape room games come since?
Wargaming Gift Guide

The TechRaptor Wargaming Holiday 2020 Gift Guide

Following up on our 2020 Tabletop Gift Guide,
Kingdom Hearts 3, Overwatch Lootbox

Trends that Defined Generation Eight

With the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S now out, it's time to say goodbye to the eighth generation consoles that have been sitting in our living
Fallout 4

Fallout 4: 5 Years Later - An Apocalyptic Sandbox Gone Horribly Right

When Todd Howard stepped onto the stage at Bethesda's E3 Press Conference in 2015, the crowd went wild. Everyone knew what was coming.
Bugsnax

The Best and Worst Bugsnax, Ranked By Snackability

You're itching to get your teeth into Young Horses' delicious new adventure Bugsnax, but
No More Heroes 3 Travis

No More Heroes and Nerd Culture's Growth

Back in 2008, Japanese auteur Goichi “Suda51” Suda and his team released No More Heroes on the Wii.
Feldherr FSLB150.

Feldherr FSLB150 Ship Storage Solution

Wargaming ships are notorious for having delicate parts that stick out, and Feldherr has the perfect solution for travel and storage prote
TechRaptor Holiday 2020 Gift Guide

The TechRaptor Tabletop Holiday 2020 Gift Guide

Let's face it: 2020's been a hell of a year.
My Time at Sandrock

Pathea Games Reveals More Details About My Time at Portia Sequel

 I first encountered crafting/farming/life simulator