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Dark Souls Noob Guide for Mages Hot

Intro Undead Asylum Asylum Demon – Boss fight Firelink Shrine Undead Burg Darkroot Basin Darkroot Garden Undead Parish Section 2 Undead Parish Continued Taurus Demon – Boss Fight More Undead Parish Bell Gargoyles – Boss Fight Blighttown Quelaag’s Domain Chaos Witch Quelaag – Boss Fight Section 3 Northern Undead Asylum...

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3 Things That Could Bring Laser League to the Next Level

3 Things That Could Bring Laser League to the Next Level Hot

Hats off to Roll7 for creating such an ambitious game for a small indie studio. The game is sound in its mechanics and has really proven itself in the indie game sphere. Since Roll7 has handed over development updates and support to 505 Games (more on that here) there has...

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SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (Review-in-progress)

SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (Review-in-progress)

C.S. Lewis once said: “The safest road to hell is the gradual one,” a sentiment very much embodied in Dark Star’s RPG infused hack ‘n’ slasher: SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption. The world has been ravaged by meteor storms and it is up to the presumably eponymous Sinner to find out...

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It’s Time for A Full On Modern Remake of an Older Dragon Quest Title

It’s Time for A Full On Modern Remake of an Older Dragon Quest Title Hot

(Warning: This article contains a spoiler for the true ending of Dragon Quest XI) Earlier this month, I wrote about how Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age renewed my interest in the main series. Something I didn’t mention, however, was how I’d like to see an older Dragon Quest...

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Jump Force – Closed Beta Impressions

Jump Force – Closed Beta Impressions

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Shonen Jump will be bringing out a brawler that unites most of their various titles. Featuring primarily battle manga heroes and villains, the game plays similarly to J-Stars Vs+ (ironically by the same developer) and the Naruto Ultimate Ninja series. For the beta, we start...

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The Hidden Story: Body Language in Video Games

The Hidden Story: Body Language in Video Games Hot

Video games have been telling stories since their advent in the 20th century, but it was not until graphics began to evolve into three-dimensional space that the capacity for nuanced body language was created. Storytelling could open up into the subtle world of non-verbal storytelling and the recent God of...

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8 Characters We Would Like to See in Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2

8 Characters We Would Like to See in Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2 Hot

Now that Cooler and Android 17 are out for Dragon Ball FighterZ, Season 1 is officially done. And although a second season has not yet been officially confirmed, the game’s massive success would indicate that Bandai Namco will continue working on it moving forward. There’s a slew of Dragon Ball...

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Wandersong: A Song To Remember

Wandersong: A Song To Remember

Strip a game down to its core and you will generally find a pattern of playing as a character who must vanquish their foes. Many games do this via different methods, such as weapons or mystical powers. But what if I told you there was a game where instead you...

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What Matters Now: The Inevitability of Dead Games

What Matters Now: The Inevitability of Dead Games

I remember the first time I played Demon Souls, the precursor to the critically acclaimed Dark Souls. Who could forget dying in a tutorial? Or missing your bloodstain by mere inches? Or maybe taking on a boss with only a club and a loincloth? These mechanics are now commonplace in...

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