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Will There Be More AAA Roguelites?
Returnal Might Be the First Step in a Larger Trend
Destiny 2's Transmog System Sounds Terrible
Crimes of Fashion
How Firewatch Helped Me Reconnect With the Outdoors
This Game Tackles Grief Head-On
More Minecraft Slabs and Stairs Would Make for a Better Game
Variety is the Spice of Minecraft
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
Fighting Last Year’s War: The Division 2’s Regressive No Matchmaking Raid Policy
The Division 2, or the third person shooter that’s pretending to be an RPG that’s pretending to be a MMORPG, is getting its first Raid.
Did Sea of Thieves' Anniversary Update Save the Game?
Sea of Thieves turned one year old and Rare decided to celebrate by releasing a major update.
What Can The Elder Scrolls: Blades Tell Us About The Elder Scrolls 6?
By most accounts, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is ... okay.
Every Available Snapchat Game Reviewed
In-app social media games aren’t anything new.
Bloodborne: A Song of Crows Part 3 (Issue 11) Impressions
The penultimate issue in Bloodborne: A Song of Crows
Outward Is Full of Cool Moments But Requires Too Much of a Time Investment
Recently released on consoles and PC, Outward is the debut role-playing game from Nine Dot Studio.
What I'd Like to See in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is still very much in development.
The Curse of Open World Games
If there’s one trend that can be attributed to the current generation of consoles, it’s the meteoric rise of the op
Bloodborne: A Song of Crows Part 2 (Issue 10) Impressions
Part two of the arc and issue 10 of the Bloodborne
Hard Times: A Look at The Division 2's Clash of Difficulty and Immersion
One of the most ubiquitous complaints about the first Division was that enemies were far too resistant to damage.
Far Cry: The Immersive Stealth Experience That Could Have Been
Far Cry turned 15 a few days ago, and for its anniversary I pose one question: what if Far Cry had not been what it was?
Dumbing Down: The Frustrating Absurdity of The Division 2's Silent Protagonist
The looter shooter genre is getting more and more crowded every year, especially now that almost every major publisher has a dog in the race.
Anthem's No-Win Situation - Rising Expectations, Unsustainable Business Models
A long time ago in a console generation far far away, BioWare was a name that implied exceptional quality.
Impressions of Bloodborne: A Song of Crows Part 1 (Issue 9)
For those following the
The Neverending Expansion of Digital Distribution Clients
Four years ago, I wrote about the
Apex Legends - Quick Thoughts
Apex Legends was a surprise release that no one was expecting until the teaser announcement.
The Gamevice Is A Smartphone Controller Worth Looking Into
Mobile gaming has come a long way since the days of Doodle Jump and Mafia Wars While the graphics, multiplayer functionality, an
The Royale - Creative Destruction
The Battle Royale genre continues to grow, and with mobile's market share increasing each year, it's inevitable that we'd see clashes between PC an