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A Look At Industry Personality Stealth’s Personal Life & Nintendo Predictions

July 7, 2019 0 Author: Sterling

(Edit 8/7/2019: Some minor edits to help make the reading experience a bit more enjoyable – Jason) Our very own Sterling recently had the opportunity to interview someone we consider knowledgeable on all things gaming from an industry and enthusiast perspective. Growing up different, possible titles in the Switch’s future...

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An Interview with the Creators of Whispers of a Machine

An Interview with the Creators of Whispers of a Machine Hot

July 18, 2019 0 Author: Serge

Playing a detective with superpowers in a point-and-click adventure game? Sign me up. When I first came across this game on Steam, the premise instantly captured my imagination, so I reached out to Clifftop Games, the studio behind Whispers of a Machine. I was enthused to receive a reply from...

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Old and New: My Adventures in Sniper Elite V2

Old and New: My Adventures in Sniper Elite V2

July 17, 2019 0 Author: Jason C

*Note: code was provided by Evolve PR* I was woefully unprepared for the slower-paced nature of Sniper Elite V2 — originally from the last-gen of consoles and now on practically everything (I played on my Switch). There’s no running and gunning, but there are certainly cool set pieces. Escaping a...

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5 Things You Should Know When Playing Xenoblade Chronicles 2

5 Things You Should Know When Playing Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Hot

July 16, 2019 0 Author: Efase

Much like other RPGs, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has so much depth that it’s not uncommon to lose your way. As I wrote before, the game’s mechanics can be so poorly explained that it takes hours upon hours to finally understand them. With a game as long as this, there are...

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DLC in Modern Gaming: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

DLC in Modern Gaming: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Hot

July 15, 2019 0 Author: Grimm

It’s not always easy to come up with content for the internet, whether it’s choosing a game to stream, ideas for a video piece or a topic to write an article on. Luckily for me something popped up on Twitter this week that started a conversation and really got me...

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Interview: Always the Same Nightmare – A Tactile Die-and-Retry Platformer

Interview: Always the Same Nightmare – A Tactile Die-and-Retry Platformer Hot

July 14, 2019 0 Author: Ross Howerton

It’s nice to have so many platformers at our fingertips today, but it’s rare to find one that feels fresh in your hands, so I was pleasantly surprised when I downloaded the demo for Alway the Same Nightmare (ATSN) and started mastering its hair-trigger control system. Unlike most of its...

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Video Game Sequels We Would Love to See

Video Game Sequels We Would Love to See

July 11, 2019 0 Author: Ross Howerton

As if we didn’t already have big enough backlogs on our consoles, our staff decided to get together and pine for all the sequels we’re jonesing for. Here are all the titles we’re itching to see come out before too long, if they come out at all.  But if Psychonauts...

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Interview with the Makers of Lamentum: a 16-Bit Horror Story Worth Backing

Interview with the Makers of Lamentum: a 16-Bit Horror Story Worth Backing

July 10, 2019 0 Author: Ross Howerton

As a genre, horror’s been done to death, its tropes rehashed to the brink of cliche. But now it’s finding new life in an unexpected place: 16-bit indies. Not too long ago, I reported on Viviette — an unnerving, pixel art possession narrative, and since then, I’ve been on the...

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Destiny 2: The Season of Opportunity

Destiny 2: The Season of Opportunity

July 2, 2019 0 Author: Jon

Good ole Destiny 2. If I can say anything about Bungie’s Destiny franchise, is that they always find a way to pull me back in. But this little discussion is going to be a little different. I am actually looking forward to what Bungie has in store for the esteemed...

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