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PlayStation 2017 Year-In…

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Disclaimer: I originally wrote this year-in-review prior to the news of the PS4 selling 70.6 million units and announcements made at PSX last night, specifically the MediEvil remake announcement. The MediEvil remake does further my point of Sony capitalizing on nostalgia. As a longtime fan of PlayStation, it makes…

Mobile Game of…

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Back in high school, I wasted my fair share of study halls (as well as actual classes) playing Little Alchemy in-browser. When the beginning of the week started and I was looking for a new game to feature, I was pretty excited to see “Little Alchemy 2” by the…

The Snob Awards:-…

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I’ve reviewed a lot of games in the past 6 months.   Since my inclusion on to the Sick Critic team in late June, the team at SC and I have reviewed a variety of smush from all resides. We’ve played perfection, we’ve played… not-perfection, but those are the…

The Radar Room:…

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December is usually one of the slower months of the year as far as game releases go, and this year is no different, as this month takes a considerable step back when comparing it to more previous months. Even though December is not packed full of giant releases, it…

Mobile Game of…

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This one’s a bit different from my standard picks; while most of my previous selections have been puzzle games (with the exception of the still relatively soothing Alto’s Adventure), Data Wing by Dan Vogt is by far the most action-based. You play as the titular Data Wing, a thoughtless…

The Nintendo Switch…

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Completely out of nowhere, everyone and their mother wanted a Nintendo Switch. With sales outpacing the Wii, it’s quite impressive to see this amount of energy and excitement surrounding a Nintendo console, especially when the system had an empty launch lineup with one killer app. Also interesting to note…

Mobile Game of…

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A couple weeks back, I recommended Infinity Loop by Infinity Games. Shortly after, Infinity Games reached out to us and directed me to Loop Energy, one of their more recent games. Now, I do want to add a disclaimer before I start: although I will take requests from developers,…

Last Call to…

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As of today, Tuesday, November 21st, the American Federal Communications Commission has officially decided to kill Net Neutrality, an action which will cause global repercussions if followed through, and I guarantee that if you don’t live in the U.S., you’ll still feel it. At this point, if you don’t…

Mobile Game of…

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We didn’t do much in my senior physics class after the AP test, so my classmates and I had to find ways to entertain ourselves. One day we stumbled upon The Wiki Game, wherein you race against various other players to get from one wikipedia article to another through…

Loot Boxes and…

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Blimey, this EA controversy is hilarious, isn’t it?   From the most down voted comment in Reddit history, to the shit storm of an AMA on the same website, and suddenly EA is the bad guy again, despite their strides in 2016. For those of you that don’t know,…

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September Nintendo Direct Incoming Tomorrow

Time to mark your calendars and cancel your plans, because Nintendo just announced that a new Nintendo Direct is incoming tomorrow! Tune in 9/4 at 3pm PT for a #NintendoDirect…

September 3, 2019, 503
Concept still from Cyberpunk 2077, illustrating the skyline of Night City

Cyberpunk 2077 Cutscenes Are Mostly in First Person

Cyberpunk 2077 has been making the rounds across various pockets of the gaming community lately. From one of those pockets, intriguing, albeit somewhat controversial details emerged concerning the player’s perspective…

September 3, 2019, 494
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Developer Dialogue: FRACTER and Raccoon Story Interview @ PAX West 2019

Cameron MacLaren and Corey Caplan, director of production finance and director of international sales for 4L Games, respectively, head up the company behind FRACTER and the upcoming Raccoon Story. FRACTER is a puzzle…

September 2, 2019, 582

Foregone Announcement – PAX West 2019

Canadian game developer Big Blue Bubble has announced its upcoming title Foregone, an intense action-platformer that combines the challenging gameplay of Diablo and Dark Souls. Currently in development for PC and…

September 2, 2019, 726

Infliction Console Announcement Trailer – PAX West 2019

Developed and published by Caustic Reality and Blowfish, Infliction is an interactive nightmare experience currently playable on Steam. The title is also being released on Ps4, Xbox One, and Nintendo…

September 1, 2019, 424

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot – PAX West 2019

Today at PAX West, we had the privilege of demoing Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot at the Bandai Namco booth. Capturing footage of actual gameplay, you are able to see just how…

September 1, 2019, 974

KungFu Kick Ball – PAX West 2019

KungFu Kickball is the team based sports platform fighter we’ve always wanted. Developer WhaleFood Games and publisher Blowfish Studios are sending the game to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Steam…

September 1, 2019, 447

ObeyMe – PAX West 2019

Unknowing to humans, angels and demons wage an invisible war and mankind’s very souls hang in the balance. ObeyMe, the cooperative brawler from Blowfish Studios and Error 404 Game Studios arrives…

September 1, 2019, 475

Pokemon Sword and Shield Preview – PAX West 2019

One word: beautiful. Being a Pokemon fan since before I was out of diapers, I was once again blown away by how amazing this new game looks. Pokemon Sword and…

September 1, 2019, 682
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Developer Dialogue: Mutazione Interview @ PAX West 2019

At PAX West, I had the opportunity to interview Nils Deneken. He is responsible for Die Gute Fabrik, the German game developer responsible for the upcoming indie title Mutazione (pronounced mootatseona). The…

September 1, 2019, 531