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The Future of the Nintendo Switch: What to Expect in 2019

Since 2017, the Nintendo Switch has sold more than 22 million units worldwide, beating the lifetime sales of GameCube. With major titles such as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as well as an ideal landing spot choice for the indie game scene,...

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Take a Radioactive Blast to the Past with Double Fine’s RAD

Take a Radioactive Blast to the Past with Double Fine’s RAD

There is always a negative connotation with mutations and diseases but with RAD, Double Fine’s newest game in development, all of that will change. RAD takes place in a world after, not one but two apocalypses. You play as a teenager whose village is starting to run out of resources....

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What Microsoft and Nintendo’s Partnership Means For The Future

What Microsoft and Nintendo’s Partnership Means For The Future Hot

With the announcement of Cuphead on the Switch, the gaming landscape has been well and truly shaken going forward. Nintendo used to be the dominant force in gaming, revitalizing a whole industry that had collapsed upon itself. They went head to head with Sega and Sony in a brutal, no...

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Interview with the Creator of Mini Gal4Xy: A Sci-fi 4X Space Opera

Interview with the Creator of Mini Gal4Xy: A Sci-fi 4X Space Opera

Do you adore all things sci-fi, cute anthropomorphic cartoon characters, and challenging strategy games with user-friendly economies and fast-paced, turn-based combat? If so, then we’ve got the perfect upcoming title for you, Mini Gal4Xy, a gorgeous 4X light strategy game set in outer space. If you’re unfamiliar with the genre,...

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The Mysteries of Deltarune Chapters 1 & 2

The Mysteries of Deltarune Chapters 1 & 2

Header image by SleekBackground So you’ve played Undertale (or maybe you haven’t) and have now played Deltarune Chapter 1 (or maybe you haven’t done that either), and perhaps determined that these two games have something in common. Despite the main character, music, graphics, dialogue…*do you see where I’m going with...

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A Critique of the Crunch

A Critique of the Crunch Hot

Crunch time, it’s the phenomenon that puts as much stress on the industry as it does on the developers that are forced through it. For those who don’t know about it, crunch time in the gaming world is usually a period of time close to the end of development where...

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Difficulty in Video Games: An Ode to Easy Mode

Difficulty in Video Games: An Ode to Easy Mode

Games like From Software’s Dark Souls and Bloodborne have always interested me on the basis of their unique style alone, but unfortunately, there’s always been this wall up between me and getting into them. The difficulty. Now that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is out, I’ve been forced to revisit that...

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An Interview with the Minds Behind Nether World

An Interview with the Minds Behind Nether World

You know what we don’t have in video games? Enough main characters as loser jellyfishes! Sure, you can be a badass warrior fighting demons, but what about a jellyfish who carries a flamethrower? Now that’s where the real action is. And the Hungry Pixel team are looking to bring that...

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Black Future ‘88 Demo Impressions: A Drug-Fueled Fever-Dream Cyberpunk Roguelike

Black Future ‘88 Demo Impressions: A Drug-Fueled Fever-Dream Cyberpunk Roguelike

We recently published an interview with Don Bellenger (aka Super Scary Snakes) about his forthcoming melt-your-face-off roguelike, and since he was kind enough to let me have early access to a demo of the game, I thought I’d share a few details about the game’s premise and mechanics and what...

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