A Rabbit Hole Named Dragon Ball FighterZ

A Rabbit Hole Named Dragon Ball FighterZ

How a simple game made me more invested in fighting games than ever before When Dragon Ball FighterZ released for the Switch a week ago, I decided to get it even though I already owned it for the PC. My reasoning was that it would make a great couch/multiplayer game...

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How Dragon Quest XI Increased My Interest in the Main Series

How Dragon Quest XI Increased My Interest in the Main Series

I’ve known about Dragon Quest from a young age, since back when I first had my Game Boy Color. However, back then I didn’t know how RPGs besides Pokemon worked, so of course I didn’t have much interest in them. My first foray into the franchise was with Dragon Quest...

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Laser League is Chaotic Fun You Have to Try

Laser League is Chaotic Fun You Have to Try

PlayStation Plus games have been a real hit or miss with me personally. Some nights I’ll jump on the store to browse the new wares to find something unique or interesting. Most of the time I forget about the many games that are free to me. I always know what...

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Harry Potter: A Magical Leak?

Harry Potter: A Magical Leak?

Yesterday we saw a leak of an unknown Harry Potter game, suspected to be in development by Avalanche Games. This leak definitely appears to be for a console game, as the leak appears to contain footage from an Xbox One. Some of the spells in the top left corner are...

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Dashing Dinos: An Interview with Chris McQuinn of Parkasaurus

Dashing Dinos: An Interview with Chris McQuinn of Parkasaurus

“this is the game we’ve always wanted to make – and now we can” As a kid, you might have fallen in love with the mighty creatures from the prehistoric era. Be it through weeping with Little Foot in The Land Before Time or when Dr. Grant had to make...

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Final Fantasy: A Homecoming

Final Fantasy: A Homecoming

What started with pretty surprising and welcome news of Final Fantasy XII – The Zodiac Age getting a Switch port, quickly turned into me staring at the screen slack-jawed and teary-eyed. Final Fantasy VII (FFVII) is coming to the Nintendo Switch You might be thinking “come now, Jason. FFVII has...

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How Telltale Games Made Me and Still Makes Me Cry

How Telltale Games Made Me and Still Makes Me Cry

Telltale employees need protection against angry ‘fans’ and their former bosses This week a lot of people were shocked when they heard the terrible news about the closure of Telltale games. I loved their games, and even now I can cry about the stories they delivered us. There aren’t many...

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Seal The Deal: A Hat in Time DLC Opinion

Seal The Deal: A Hat in Time DLC Opinion

A Hat in Time is a brilliantly, adorable homage to the old classic 3D platforming games like Super Mario 64 and Banjo Kazooie. The developers at Gears for Breakfast launched their Kickstarter campaign which raked in a whopping $296,360 when only initially asking for $30,000. If you aren’t aware of...

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Super Mario Odyssey: Praise The Sunshine

Super Mario Odyssey: Praise The Sunshine

I must open this with an admission. I am guilty. Guilty of one of gaming’s greatest crimes. I have not played Super Mario 64. I am ashamed, repentant even, but this is the truth. I know it’s an incredible game, one that revolutionized 3D platforming. It is often held upon...

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Megaquarium Review: Virtually Becoming My Father
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Megaquarium Review: Virtually Becoming My Father

I know, I know! This is a strange title but I grew up in a household where my father was constantly working on fish tanks. For years, I can recall hearing terms like protein skimmers, chillers, and fluorescent lights and never batted an eyelash. Now I can finally live in...

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