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NEO: The World Ends With You Has Got Me Hyped
Here's Why You Should Be Too
The Next Mass Effect Needs To Go Bigger By Being Smaller
Make Me Remember Their Names
N7 Day Reflections - The Legacy of Mass Effect
Why Do We Love This Franchise?
Is AOC's Among Us Twitch Stream the Future of Politics?
The times they are a-changin'
The Outer Worlds Vs. Fallout: Which is the Better RPG?
At first glance, The Outer Worlds looks a lot like F
Overwatch 2: How It Can Succeed (And Fail)
Overwatch 2 just made its official debut at BlizzCon 2019, making a grand appearance with yet another excellent animated short.
Most Overlooked Games of 2015 - Huniepop
It is really not surprising that Huniepop was
Borderlands 3 Endgame Overview: Loot as Far as the Eye Can See
Borderlands 3's initial impressions have been favorable, but what about when people inevitably reach the endgame?
Get Ready for the Next Batman Game to Be an Epic Exclusive (Probably)
Are you ready for a Batman Epic exclusive?
A Look Back at Star Wars Battlefront 2 - Do You Believe in Second Chances?
Two years ago, Star Wars Battlefront 2 was released to a storm of controversy.
Anonymity and Mob Mentality: The Dual Nature of Apex Legends’ Asshat Gaffe
Over the past week or so, Respawn Entertainment landed in some hot water.
Overwatch 2/2/2 Role Queue: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What Needs Improvement
Overwatch’s latest grand experiment in balancing and matchmaking is now live for everyone.
Battlefront to Overwatch: A Look at the Current State of Games as a Service
If there were a moment in gaming history that can be likened to the opening of Pandora’s box, it might be the instant that the games as a service (
The Division 2's First Story DLC Isn't Worth The Time It Takes To Download
The Division 2's post-launch expansion content has officially kicked off with D.C. Outskirts: Expeditions.
Overwatch: The Winners and Losers of the 2/2/2 Role Queue Balancing Patch
Of all the updates to ever grace Overwatch,
Should Low Random Drop Rates Be An Obsolete Mechanic: Borderlands to Destiny and Beyond
Of all the feelings that one can get from games, few are more polarizing than beating a boss in a game that features loot.
In Defense of Game Freak - Arguing Against #BringBackNationalDex
The past month has been tough if you follow Pokémon at all.
The Nintendo Switch Lite Isn't For You But It Has An Audience
Since it was announced, there's been a lot of complaints about the announcement of the
Overwatch, the Overwatch League, and the Feasibility of the 2/2/2 Role Lock
For the past year, the 3/3 team composition (or GOATS) has been the talk of the town in Overwatch.
The Legacy of the Borderlands Series and the Road Ahead to Borderlands 3
After half a decade of silence, Gearbox finally decided to let Borderlands 3 see the light of day.
Cash Ops 4 Breaks the Bank for Players, As Well as Their Spirits
When I started writing this piece, I wanted to push it out quickly because I was feeling frustrated. But I decided to wait because Treyarch had an
Life Is Strange: Waves Part 2 (Issue 6) Impressions
In issue #6 of the Life Is Strange
What is Cyberpunk?
In 1984, William Gibson’s novel Neuromancer was released.
Did Respawn Miss an Opportunity With Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order?
Prior to its gameplay premiere at E3 2019, few games were more intriguing than Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Xbox and Microsoft: Winning E3 2019 and (Maybe) the Next Generation of Gaming
After three days of trailers, presentations, and over-enthusiastic crowds, it would be rather safe to say that E3 2019 was rather tame.
Life Is Strange: Waves Part 1 (Issue 5) Impressions
Max Caulfield is back in the Life Is Strange
To the Infinite and Beyond: A Look Back at Stellaris
Stellaris, or the space RTS that lets you encounter exciting new alien species, enslave them, and eat them, reached its three year anniver
Life Is Strange: Dust Review – A Page-Turner in Arcadia Bay
It can be difficult to continue the story of a game with branching choices in another medium that is less interacti