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Social Deduction Meets Sci-Fi Action in Enemy on Board
Who Can You Trust?
Unboxing the World of Warcraft 15th Anniversary Collector's Edition
The Greatest Lootbox of All
TechRaptor's Best Games of 2019 - Quarter 3
A Honkin' Good Three Months
Lab Zero on Creating Indivisible's Fantasy World
Ajna's Journey Begins
A Look at Indivisible's First Few Party Members
Indivisible from One Another
A Quick Chat About Outworlder, Igloosoft's Upcoming Sci-Fi Sandbox
Starbound Veterans Cut Out on Their Own
September 2019 Game Review Roundup
Borderlands, Gears, and PAX West Previews
September 2019 Humble Monthly Overview
A Total War Saga: TROY Mixes Myth With Truth Next Year
A Once-Mythical Age Made Real
TechRaptor's 10 Best Games of PAX West 2019
We've routinely said that PAX is our favorite convention to attend.
The Rising Reception of Life is Strange 2
Just a few weeks ago, Dontnod released the fourth episode of Life is Stra
August 2019 Game Review Roundup
The Best of Play NYC 2019
We've covered a lot of games for Play
Video Game Releases September 2019 - Shoot, Loot, Shoot More
With summer drawing slowly to a close, publisher are pulling out all the stops to see plenty of big name game releases ahead of the winter holiday
August 2019 Humble Monthly Overview: Oh, the Places You'll Go
Along with all of the good that Humble Bundle already brings to the table, they additionally offer players the chance to
Play NYC 2019: Dean Razavi and His Trio of Games
Dean Razavi is a man that I've met more than a few times at past Playcrafting events.
Play NYC's Graffiti Games Celebrated LGBTQ+ Experiences (and They Were Pretty Darn Fun)
The Play NYC 2019 Graffiti Games made an interesting showing this year.
Play NYC 2019 Recap - The Indie Spirit
It is unlikely many in the mainstream have heard of Play NYC amongst the sea of gaming cons out there.
Remembering the Sega Genesis, 30 Years Later
Wether you were a Nintendo or Sega kid back in the day, there's no disputing the cultural impact the Sega Genesis had on gamers and kids growing up
First Impressions Of The Sega Genesis Mini
Nostalgia is a powerful thing.
Spywatch Lex Combines Adventure and Language Skills in One Big Package
There were several running themes throughout Play NYC this year, but one that was very apparent was the amount of educational-style games being mad
System Shock 2: Embracing the Enigma - A Brief Retrospective
There are some games that remain in my top 10 list no matter the time of day or my current mood.
Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub
Our Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub will contain all of the articles that we produce as a result of our coverage of New York City's biggest dedicated ga
Six Months In, Apex Legends Is Still My Favorite Game To Play
I never stopped playing
How The Church in the Darkness Creates a Dynamic Narrative
Titles such as Mass Effect or The Witcher contain many choices that impact the outcome of the ending.
Screenshot Survey: Ghosts and Guns and Armies Oh My
It’s Saturday, and that means it’s time for another Screenshot Survey.
Doom 3's Inner Demons: A Conflicted Design
Fifteen years ago, id Software released Doom 3, a game with enormous expectations.
July 2019 Game Review Roundup
Hey remember how last month I joked it was a slow month and then realized we had written over 50 previews and impressions thanks to E3?
Quakecon 2019: The Elder Scrolls Online Interview
Working With Elder Scrolls Lore
The Church in the Darkness Champions Player Agency and Infiltration
Nowadays, elements of stealth-based gameplay can be found in many games.
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