TechRaptor publishes a large range of reviews, news, and articles – but TechRaptor Originals are the articles you’ll only find on TechRaptor. Below, you’ll find each of our Original series of articles, covering something a little different under every banner.
Children of Morta has been out for a few days now, and a whole bunch of people have
Trying to emulate the tabletop experience in video games has always been very hit or miss.
It's Saturday once more. It's a great day to sit back, relax, play some video games, and of course look at some cool indies highlighted during Twitter's #ScreenshotSaturday.
It's Saturday, the perfect day to finally get around to mowing the lawn, assembling that life-size replica of Optimus Prime, or beginning your six-month trek to Mordor.
Play NYC 2019 wasn't just about PC and console games; there were plenty of mobile games there as well. Some of these were exclusively mobile, but others were multiplatform affairs.
Some games win you with their pitch alone. Alluris’ – quite simply that you’re playing a fantasy Oregon Trail with the gameplay of Tinder – grabbed me immediately.
Less than a year ago, Greg Lobanov impressed us with the musical platforming adventure game Wanders
The upcoming Call of Duty promises to be yet another soft reboot of the franchise.
Play NYC 2019 wrapped up last weekend, and the TechRaptor team went all-in on covering everything we could!
Welcome back to the best day of the week. That's right, it's Saturday. That means we all get to kick back, relax, and enjoy some video games.
This week on Coverage Club, we've got a doubleheader of indie games, both played and covered by our own William Worrall.
When Shovel Knight developers Yacht Club Games released their original Kickstarter back in 2013, it amassed a staggering $311 thousand dollars.
Happy Saturday, everyone. Or rather, happy Screenshot Survey! That's right, every Saturday at TechRaptor we look at some cool games on Twitter using the #ScreenshotSaturday hashtag.
Claw Staff is a platformer that's all about a specialized staff with a claw on the end of it.
There's something magical about captaining your own ship as it sails through the universe.
It's Saturday, and that means it's time for another Screenshot Survey. Every week, we take a look at a few cool new games in the works by game developers Tweeting with #ScreenshotSaturday.
Let's lay a ground rule for 80 Days: what happens in Hong Kong stays in Hong Kong. We all make mistakes.
The world of Nowhere Prophet takes a lot of inspiration from India, where lead developer Martin Nerurkar spent some time.
Welcome back to another Screenshot Survey, where we take a look at some cool indie titles in development by designers across the globe.
Thief’s City is not a world of good guys and bad guys. It’s hard to know who is right, if anyone at all. But there are relatable, common people: the guards.
It's the closest thing I can think of to post-apocalyptic perfection.
There's nothing better than sitting down and enjoying a long game—interesting characters, a complicated storyline, and more fantastic sights and monsters than you can shake a blitzball at.
It's another Screenshot Survey, which means it's time to look at another batch of the latest indie games in development.