TechRaptor Originals

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.



Bullet Points: Nowhere Prophet's Indofuturism

The world of Nowhere Prophet takes a lot of inspiration from India, where lead developer Martin Nerurkar spent some time.

Screenshot Survey: Killer Goose

Welcome back to another Screenshot Survey, where we take a look at some cool indie titles in development by designers across the globe.

Dark Narrative: Doofuses, Drunks, and Boneheads – The Humorous Guards of Thief

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.

Coverage Club: LISA: The Painful Will Break You

It's the closest thing I can think of to post-apocalyptic perfection.

Bullet Points: Final Fantasy X's Endgame

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.

Screenshot Survey: The Unreal and Surreal

It's another Screenshot Survey, which means it's time to look at another batch of the latest indie games in development.

The 6 Best Pokémon Spin-Offs

The Pokémon series as a whole is more than just mainline entries such as the upcoming Sword and Shield.

Character Select: The Long and Winding Road - The Immortals of Lost Odyssey

If you could live for 1,000 years, what would you do?

Screenshot Survey: Under the Moonlight

Welcome back to another Screenshot Survey, where we look at some interesting games featured under #ScreenshotSaturday on Twitter.

6 Small Changes That Will Improve Overwatch

I now have well over a thousand hours in Overwatch.

Coverage Club: Occupy White Walls Can Occupy Your Time

There's plenty of video games devoted to building things on a grand scale.

KekRaptor - Garfield And Bubsy Crossover Dear Jon Releasing This Fall

In the latest news from the Jim Davis estate, Garfield has teamed up with beloved edgy 90s icon Bubsy in Dear Jon

The 6 Weirdest Licensed Games Ever Made

Licensed games are weird. Low risk and cheap to make, they were basically easy advertisements throughout the 8-bit and 16-bit era.

Crowdfunding Spotlight - SkateBIRD

A decade or two ago, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater was all the rage.

KekRaptor: Overwatch Lucio-Oh's Review - This Cereal Needs a Nerf

As a lover of colorful hero shooters, I'm naturally a huge Overwatch fan.

Screenshot Survey: Lights, Camera, Action Adventure!

It's Screenshot Saturday, and that means we get a new batch of awesome screenshots from the latest indie titles in development.

Coverage Club: Project Warlock is a Delightfully Satisfying FPS

The first-person shooter market is extremely saturated. It's hard to find a new shooter that does something different than its predecessors.

Coverage Club: Turn Based Triumph

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Coverage Club: Atom RPG and The Anxiety of Influence

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Coverage Club: The Caribbean Sail Treads Familiar Waters

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Coverage Club: Winkeltje is a Compelling Shop Keeper Experience

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Coverage Club: Bargain Hunter Doesn't Meet the Reserve

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Coverage Club: The Spooky First Tree

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