Raft Review: Greatness Looms on the Horizon
8.5

Raft Review: Greatness Looms on the Horizon

Note: Raft is still an Early Access game, which means it is not a finished product. This review pertains only to the game that was available in July 2018. The ocean, a four by four raft, and a plastic hook. That’s the introduction to Raft, a game developed by Redbeet...

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No Man’s Sky’s NEXT Update Could Revitalize the Game

No Man’s Sky’s NEXT Update Could Revitalize the Game

No Man’s Sky was a game that was mired in negative feedback and controversy when Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, promised a whole lot of content that never made it in the game at launch. No Man’s Sky ended up being a big disappointment for a lot of people....

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Gingers Save The World Once Again

Gingers Save The World Once Again

Do you ever find yourself thinking “how cool would it be to have a sword or maybe some claws made out of pure crystal”. You might think about it so often that you catch yourself holding out your hand, trying to concentrate and harness the dormant magic within to achieve...

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Destiny 2’s Guided Game Feature Was Actually Fun

Destiny 2’s Guided Game Feature Was Actually Fun

Destiny 2 has been a rollercoaster for me since it’s release back in September. There have been a lot of angry, disappointing moments in regards to game design and content. Since the beginning, the Bungie team promised to create a sense of community in the game. Steve Dolan, Senior Designer...

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Into The Great Unknown

Into The Great Unknown

Have you ever heard the saying “all good things come to those who wait”? I imagine you have, possibly when you were a kid and your mom told you to wait for desert. Or when you were twenty-something and bought a sweet action figure, but told yourself that you couldn’t...

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Overwatch League Playoffs Preview

Overwatch League Playoffs Preview

We started with 12 teams in the inaugural season, but we are now down to six. The first playoff matches start this Wednesday night in the Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles, California with the No. 3 seeded Boston Uprising (26-14) against the No. 6 seeded Philadelphia Fusion (24-16) at 8pm...

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Interview with Seenapsis Studio: Developer of A Long Way Down

Interview with Seenapsis Studio: Developer of A Long Way Down

Seenapsis Studio is a French indie developer creating a unique rogue-like game that features deck building and procedurally generated dungeons. The creative art style and the eerie world is definitely something that piqued our interest. The team is hard at work developing the game, but their CEO, Alexandre Martin, took...

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Shining Resonance Refrain Demo impressions

Shining Resonance Refrain Demo impressions

JRPG fans rejoice! There’s new land on the horizon. While no stranger to JRPGs, I’ve never really played any of the Shining series. So when it was announced that the Japan-only Shining Resonance was getting a remaster for worldwide release, I was eager to see what the fuss was all...

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Unravel Two Review
8.0

Unravel Two Review

You may have heard of the yarn-based game Unravel but if I was to show you a picture of the adorable main character, Yarny, you may put your attention more toward it than the actual game itself. That being said, the original Unravel, a 2.5D puzzle platformer which tasked players...

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Interview with Glass Revolver: Creator of ITTA

Interview with Glass Revolver: Creator of ITTA

Jon: Let’s start off with yourself and your journey to becoming a game developer. How did you get into it? Were there any specific motivations? Jacob: Since I was a kid I loved film and video games so naturally, I wanted to pursue one of them as a hobby. As...

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