Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review: Still Has Challenges Along The Way
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Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review: Still Has Challenges Along The Way

There I was, just one Pokémon away from defeating the champion, my friend and rival, Lorre. It had been a long road, but I was so close to victory that it would be foolish to give up now. His last Pokémon was Pidgeot, but with a catch: he could mega...

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The Aging Gamer: I Can’t Go Alone Anymore

The Aging Gamer: I Can’t Go Alone Anymore

In this weekly column series, I will talk about and discuss my gaming habits and how they have changed over the past twenty-some-odd years. I started my gaming career on the SNES and now I am twenty-eight years old. I mainly play on the PlayStation but dabble with some PC...

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Nintendo Updates Its Content Creator Guidelines, Joining The Rest Of Us In 2018

Nintendo Updates Its Content Creator Guidelines, Joining The Rest Of Us In 2018

Nintendo is famous for two things: wonderful, revolutionary games and being very stringent with their copyright policy. A few years back, Nintendo announced their Content Creator Program, which basically restricted monetization of videos that contained Nintendo properties, either on YouTube or live-streaming sites. This angered a lot of fans because,...

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How To: Making Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee More Challenging

How To: Making Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee More Challenging

Having just finished the newest installment in the Pokémon series, I can’t help but notice that one of the main complaints of the game is that it is way too easy. Unfortunately, I’ve found that to be the case as the many mechanics of the game simplify your experience and...

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From Telefang to 2019: How An Obscure Japanese RPG Stays Alive Through An Online Community & Upcoming Titles

From Telefang to 2019: How An Obscure Japanese RPG Stays Alive Through An Online Community & Upcoming Titles

Earlier this year, I interviewed monster artist Rachel Briggs, who created the Ken Sugimori style art inspired by unused Pokémon featured in the Spaceworld 1997 Pokémon Gold demo and also contributed a few monster designs to upcoming title Monster Crown. I knew she was a big fan of Keitai Denjuu...

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It’s time to talk about what the Nintendo Switch didn’t get right

It’s time to talk about what the Nintendo Switch didn’t get right

Two years after the initial announcement of the Switch, the console seems to be enjoying the wide success that its older brother, the Wii U, would be massively jealous of. Stellar games such as Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey have rocked the gaming community and received widespread...

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What We Can Learn from Hollow Knight

What We Can Learn from Hollow Knight

Up-to-date with all its current DLC, the Voidheart Edition of Hollow Knight was recently released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. If there’s one thing Hollow Knight has taught me after playing it for a good fifteen hours this week (to give you context, it’s currently Wednesday as I write...

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Interview with Drastic Games: Creator of Soundfall

Interview with Drastic Games: Creator of Soundfall

Drastic Games is the indie studio behind the upcoming musically driven game, Soundfall. The Epic Games alumni have been super busy the last few weeks showing off the game to the players at different events. They did have some time to sit down with us (over the internet) and chat...

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Why Final Fantasy 13 is Better than Final Fantasy 15: Combat

Why Final Fantasy 13 is Better than Final Fantasy 15: Combat

Table of Contents Info & Structure Characters Combat Everyone knows that combat is one of the most important part of any RPG. The creators have to make it fun, as it’s probably the thing you’ll be doing most in the game. Both FFXII & FFXV have a very different ways...

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Why Final Fantasy 13 is Better than Final Fantasy 15: Characters

Why Final Fantasy 13 is Better than Final Fantasy 15: Characters

Table of Contents Info & Structure Characters Combat FFXIII has a main cast of 6 people who vary in personality, age, desires, and gameplay usefulness. Lightning, the stubborn ex-soldier; Sazh Katzroy, the comedic father; Snow Villiers, the headstrong hopeless dreamer; Hope Estheim, the brash, rebellious teenager; Vanille, the light-hearted girl...

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