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E3 Cancelled due to coronavirus

E3 Cancelled Due…

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UPDATE:  It’s official: E3 2020 has been cancelled due to Coronavirus. The Electronic Software Association released this statement officially confirming the event’s cancellation: “After careful consultation with our member companies regarding the health and safety of everyone in our industry — our fans, our employees, our…
Xbox at e3 logo

Gaming Confessional: Microsoft…

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As a PlayStation fan, it’s naturally difficult for me to develop an interest in Microsoft’s platform. As you can imagine, I’m not one to be excited for Microsoft’s E3 conferences. However, I define myself as a gamer, so I erased all preconceptions I had and focused on what mattered…

A New Beginning?…

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Alright, so I’m sure you’ve heard by now that next year, Bandai Namco Studios is releasing another Tales game. This time, it’s going to be called Tales of Arise. Cool, right? Well, I’m so excited for it to come out because I am absolutely enamored by the Tales series.…
2K Booth at E3 2019

E3 Show Floor…

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This past week, I had the pleasure of being on the show floor of E3 and experiencing a vast array of content for the first time ever. Without wasting your time, these are all the titles I experienced, including a little first impression for each:     BIOMUTANT Developer:…

Nintendo Reportedly Interested…

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As if we haven’t gotten enough streaming services already, it appears Nintendo finds the prospect a suitable initiative for the company as well. Charlie Scibatta, an executive of Nintendo of America, described the company’s position on pursuing its own streaming service as “keeping a close eye”. This service would…

CD Projekt Red:…

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There has been a pretty big LGBTQ+ movement lately and it’s had an effect on every aspect of life, including our little gaming corner. CDPR has recently come out and given new information on its new and upcoming title: Cyberpunk 2077. The long awaited first-person shooter was shown off…

Nintendo Direct E3…

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Well, that certainly spiced things up. At the end of a rather unexciting E3, Nintendo decided it was a good time to go all out this year, and boy did they bring the heat. In under an hour, Nintendo announced plenty of surprises and updates fans have been hungering…

Banjo and Kazooie…

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It’s been generations in the making, but it’s finally time for Banjo and Kazooie to make their way into the world of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Banjo-Kazooie used to be published by Nintendo before they sold the rights to Microsoft. People have been asking for Banjo and Kazooie for…

Breath of the…

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Nintendo’s “one last thing to show us” was an absolute shocker. Starting with a creepy atmosphere and familiar cel-shading, we eventually saw Link and Zelda’s Breath of the Wild models come into view. Much of the imagery was unclear, but it seems the enemy won’t be calamity ganon again,…

Link’s Awakening Gets…

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The much-anticipated remake of the Game Boy classic Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening gets a release date fans have been clamoring for. More footage has also been shown, detailing the boss battles and dungeon crawling. Players can also create their own dungeons and harvest more rewards to help them…

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Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling Review – Float Like A Butterfly

In an industry whose frontline is so reliant on spectacle, it’s tough not to conflate evolution with cynicism. More than any other form of entertainment, AAA game development is relentless…

June 4, 2020, 12
Warborn Variable Armour Command is a Turn Based Tactical game by Raredrop games.

Turn-Based Tactics Game Warborn to release June 12th

Warborn: Variable Armour Command is an upcoming turn-based tactics game featuring super mechanized soldiers, known as variable armour. This title is brought to us by Raredrop Games, an indie game…

June 4, 2020, 35

DOOM Eternal Campaign Review – Quite Messy

“You sound real good and you play the part well, but the energy you givin’ off is so unfamiliar — I don’t feel ya.”   Man alive, 2020 is an…

June 3, 2020, 159
Image taken from Saints Row The Third. Depicts the loading screen.

Saints Row The Third Remastered Review: Feels Like 2011

When the original Saints Row launched in 2006 you would be hard-pressed to name something it excelled at. It wasn’t necessarily a bad game, but it seemed like a pale…

June 3, 2020, 197
Street of Rage 4 Characters

Streets of Rage 4 Review – A History of Violence

If you’re anything like me, you’ll remember swaddling up underneath a Power Rangers blanket while playing the original Streets of Rage with a friend or sibling. The franchise is held…

June 3, 2020, 268

Pesterquest Review: Roll Persuasion

Yeah, yeah, I’m a bit late with this one. Homesquared is already well on its way and all anyone wants to talk about is its questionable character choices and whatever…

June 3, 2020, 206
Infinite - Beyond the mind title screen

Infinite – Beyond The Mind Review – Hack ‘n Sigh

Remember Strider? How about Shinobi or Metal Slug? These are all well-loved games from the side-scrolling action genre which, until the rise of indie gaming, was an exclusive resident of…

May 7, 2020, 320

One Finger Death Punch 2 Review – Carpalo

“Man, I keep that heat up off for who got beef with me.”   This is an odd redemption story, to say the least. Cut to a decade back, and…

April 27, 2020, 311
Animal Crossing Lief

Art Gallery Returns in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update

Spring has officially sprung in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and with it comes a slew of new gardening themed activities to dive into with a free content update available April…

April 21, 2020, 406
Gameplay still from Disaster Report 4, shows customized protagonist in chef hat starring at the sunset

The Surreal Mundanity of Disaster Report 4

Mild spoilers of the weirdness contained within Disaster Report 4 are present in this article, if you’re already sold on the franchise or weird games in general, give it a…

April 20, 2020, 478