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So in a previous article, I noted how one issue with the Switch is how easily it is to get the wrist straps stuck to the Joy-Cons if put on the wrong way. I and many others looking to own a Switch in the near future were under the…

My Most Anticipated…

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It’s already March, This year is flying by. I thought it would be a good time to discuss my most anticipated games for the remainder of 2017. Now please excuse the absence of Horizon: Zero Dawn and Zelda: Breath of the Wind, both games would have made it onto…

Nintendo switches gears…

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Nintendo’s new console the Nintendo Switch, Successor to the Nintendo Wii U finally launched yesterday after several months of anticipation. And the initial news is positive, Retailer GameStop have confirmed that sales have been good. And demand for the hardware is very high. GameStop Senior Director of Merchandising, Eric…

Upcoming Games For…

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March is looking to be a pretty exciting month, with plenty of great games and a certain brand new Nintendo system to look forward to. Check out just a few of the big titles coming this month.     Nintendo Switch  – We start the month of with…

For Honor First…

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After having played the beta, I wasn’t really into this game. It didn’t appear to have deep gameplay and it just sort of felt boring next to other games I had and wanted to play much more. My good friend had encouraged me to go ahead and get the…

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Pax East 2019: Telefrag

My first VR game of the convention, Telefrag is a 1v1 first person shooter where you take on opponents in floating gladiatorial arenas. Each player gets two guns, which can not…

March 30, 2019, 267

PAX East 2019: Star Renegades

Some people have that one genre they just keep coming back to. Some people love precision platformers, some love JRPGs, some love souls/borne style games, I like retro-style roguelikes. They’re…

March 30, 2019, 261

PAX East 2019: Joggernauts

An autorunner? In 2019? For PC and Switch? No, you’re not imagining things, Joggernauts puts a fun new twist on what would otherwise be a free game on the play store…

March 30, 2019, 869

PAX East 2019: Anew

The world, destroyed. Twenty years later, you wake up on an alien planet with your co-pilot missing. You need answers, and the only way you’re gonna get them is some…

March 29, 2019, 252

PAX East 2019: Panzer Paladin

The year is… it doesn’t matter much, really, because robots vs. demons is fun no matter what year it is. Panzer Paladin by Tribute Games is a charmingly retro action platformer…

March 29, 2019, 241

PAX East 2019: The Textorcist

It’s a good day for bullet hell fusion games, apparently, because I got to spend the afternoon playing MorbidWare’s The Textorcist: the Story of Ray Bibbia. This one combines bullet hell…

March 29, 2019, 172

PAX East 2019 Preview: The Inner Friend

Call of Duty, Rocket League, and Fortnite all have one thing in common: they’re high energy, super competitive games that you have to put a ton of time and effort…

March 29, 2019, 186

PAX East 2019: Jupiter Hell

Want to play DOOM, but you’re not good at first person shooters? Wish Pokemon Mystery Dungeon had more guns, and was also in space? You might be interested in Jupiter Hell, a Mystery-Dungeon style…

March 29, 2019, 430

PAX East 2019: Gensou Skydrift

In case any of the friends I was roaming the expo floor with happen to see this– sorry I abandoned you. I saw Touhou and had to take a look.…

March 29, 2019, 775

PlayStation’s State of Play 3.25.19 Review

Sony decided to take a crack at the Nintendo Direct idea and produce their own video series showcasing news surrounding PlayStation games. The livestream was just shy of 20 minutes,…

March 25, 2019, 376