Yoshi’s Crafted World Demo: What We Learned

Yoshi’s Crafted World Demo: What We Learned

To begin, let me say that I was a big fan of Yoshi’s Woolly World and how Nintendo has been taking a little break from Mario to shine some light on his mighty dinosaur friend in yet another exclusive game. Although we have just been given access to a demo,...

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Hyper Jam is Action Packed Neon Fun

Hyper Jam is Action Packed Neon Fun

Do you like the cyberpunk aesthetic? Do you love pumping synth wave music? Do you love beating the crap out of your friends on the television screen? Then Bit Dragon’s new brawler, Hyper Jam, is for you! But what is it and is it something that brings the fun? Let’s...

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Pokemon Sword & Shield: A New Era for Pokemon?

Pokemon Sword & Shield: A New Era for Pokemon?

When I was a kid, the excitement that a new Pokémon game gave me was enough to keep me feeling elated for months. Back then, the thought of being able to play it on a home console would blow my mind. Now that Pokémon Sword and Shield has been announced...

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Kabam Can’t Stop Shooting Itself In The Foot

Kabam Can’t Stop Shooting Itself In The Foot

It’s been a wild, wild week in the Contest of Champions community. Talks of boycotting the game can be seen in Reddit threads and Twitter conversations. Players are threatening to quit the game. The meme train is full speed ahead. Let’s break down what has been happening and why people...

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West of Loathing DLC: More of What I Loved

West of Loathing DLC: More of What I Loved

For those West of Loathing fans out there, do I have some good news for you! As of February 8th, new DLC content has dropped known as “Reckonin’ at Gun Manor” that can be picked up on Steam. This game takes place in a whole new mansion that seems to...

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The Possible Evolutions of Scorbunny

The Possible Evolutions of Scorbunny

Nintendo and Game Freak have recently announced the eighth generation of Pokémon with Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, coming to Nintendo Switch in 2019 — probably November, as is par for the course for Pokémon titles — and in the trailer the three new starters available in the Galar region...

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The Art of Aim-Training: Taking Your FPS Skills to the Next Level

The Art of Aim-Training: Taking Your FPS Skills to the Next Level

I’ve always enjoyed pedagogy and stories of how famous artists, athletes, and others came to achieve such high levels of skill. Even in the case of  prodigies, their stories all have one core similarity: they practiced their asses off. The same goes for every professional FPS competitor. So if anyone...

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Greed Galore: How Money Is Ruining Marvel Contest of Champions

Greed Galore: How Money Is Ruining Marvel Contest of Champions

Last time on the series, I introduced Marvel’s Contest of Champions and talked about the ways in which the game is a flawed experience. In this article, I want to explore some of these ideas further. We’ve already talked about the gamble that is the Hero Crystals in the game,...

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Make It New: A Reflection on Medal Of Honor and the Nature of Contemporary FPS Games

Make It New: A Reflection on Medal Of Honor and the Nature of Contemporary FPS Games

There are some video games so popular that their presence transcends the gaming community. Their titles, developers, or characters become household names. This is especially the case with shooters: Halo, Call of Duty, and Battlefield. These games have become so ubiquitous, the series so frequently produced, that it’s almost hard...

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Yo-Kai Watch 3: A Late Nintendo 3DS Title That Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Yo-Kai Watch 3: A Late Nintendo 3DS Title That Shouldn’t Be Ignored

While the Nintendo 3DS isn’t as popular as it once was due to the release of the Nintendo Switch, there are still a few notable titles  for it in 2019. Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story+Bowser Jr’s Journey, a remake of 2009s Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story for the...

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