The Top Video Game Soundtracks For Relaxing

The Top Video Game Soundtracks For Relaxing

Now that I have my first year of writing about video games under my belt, I’ve gotten into the same routine of how I get my writing done. This routine almost always includes listening to video game soundtracks as I write. These are either some of my favourites, or the...

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Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is the Amusing Action-Packed Giant Monster Slaying Game You Aren’t Playing

Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is the Amusing Action-Packed Giant Monster Slaying Game You Aren’t Playing

My experience with the Earth Defense Force series is relatively limited. I first learned about the franchise through the announcement of Earth Defense Force 5 at Tokyo Game Show 2016 and once I found out that most of the series has released outside of Japan, I got curious and picked...

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Whispers of a Machine: Review
7.5

Whispers of a Machine: Review

Whispers of a Machine is a rather engaging point-and-click game, with sprinkles of puzzle solving and plenty of witty dialogue to draw you firmly into the world built up by the story. You play as Vera Englund, a detective sent from Headquarters to a town called Nordsund to investigate a...

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SteamWorld Quest Review: A Tale of Robots, Friendship and Moon Juice
8.5

SteamWorld Quest Review: A Tale of Robots, Friendship and Moon Juice

Ever since Slay the Spire, it seems like everyone and their grandmother is trying to jump on the card game hype train. Someone I would have never expected to grow the list of card game creators is Image and Form, the team behind Steamworld Dig. However, as shown in the...

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Boring Jobs Make For Amazing Games

Boring Jobs Make For Amazing Games

This article was written by Charlie, a guest writer from Unleash The Gamer. Check em out! If you were to ask me what I was, I would say a writer. If you were to ask my boss what I was, he would say a contributor. If you were to ask...

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The Soul of Animal Crossing

The Soul of Animal Crossing

I’ve spent the past few days tossing and turning, restlessly trying to find a game to play. I opened up Borderlands 2, sank a couple of hours into it and haven’t played it since. I’ve considered buying Wargroove since I’m craving something akin to Fire Emblem but the pragmatist in...

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Astroneer is All That I’ll Ever Need From A Video Game

Astroneer is All That I’ll Ever Need From A Video Game

It was the first Saturday in months where I had absolutely nothing to do. No homework, no work, and no plans. School was getting crazy, I was a month away from graduating from college and the previous week was one of the busiest I’ve had in awhile. Earlier in that...

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The Aging Gamer: Starting World of Warcraft in 2019

The Aging Gamer: Starting World of Warcraft in 2019

I know what you’re thinking. Why now? Well to answer that question I have to mainly put the blame on my wife. I have always been interested in World of Warcraft from afar. All of the lore and the community it built was something I was always interested in. A...

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Interview with the team behind Rogue Star Rescue

Interview with the team behind Rogue Star Rescue

If you get a rush out of roguelite bullet hells like Enter the Gungeon and tower defense strategy games like Kingdom Rush and all things sci-fi, then Rogue Star Rescue (RSR), a forthcoming roguelite from Chute Apps, is right up your turret-filled alley. The game’s still in development, but having...

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VA-11 HALL-A Review
8.0

VA-11 HALL-A Review

VA-11 HALL-A (Read: Valhalla) is 5 parts visual novel, 6 parts character development, 3 parts charm, 4 parts mixing drinks with a dash of vulgarity thrown in. All of these elements are on the rocks and deeply blended, expertly mixing them to create an engaging and solid experience. Time to...

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