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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Anthem Review
6.0

Anthem Review

Bioware’s new live service game, Anthem, is a mixed bag for me. There is a lot there that is done right, but there is this dark cloud of issues that is always raining down on you. I wanted to approach this review with a basic setup to make it easy...

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The Rotten Core of Bethesda RPGs

The Rotten Core of Bethesda RPGs

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion came out almost 13 years ago. Since the game released in March of 2006, two other mainline Elder Scrolls games have come and gone. Bethesda also released the first of the modern Fallout games, and then went on to release two sequels and outsourced the...

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City of Brass Review: Grave Robbing Never Looked So Good
7.0

City of Brass Review: Grave Robbing Never Looked So Good

This first-person, Nights-themed roguelike will give you a run for your money. Do you love everything about Disney’s animated film Aladdin except its G rating? Then you need to check out City of Brass. This first-person procedurally generated dungeon-crawler by Uppercut Games is a thrilling romp through a treacherous, One...

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Gamers, Not Always 100%ers

Gamers, Not Always 100%ers

A gamer once told me that 100% completion was the only way to be called a gamer. This is my retort. Video games are meant to be enjoyed. The video game industry has blossomed in the last few years, leaving behind a legacy of what the gaming industry can be....

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Review: Amazing Skies
9.0

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Review: Amazing Skies

Let’s get this straight: Ace Combat 7 is by no stretch of the imagination a flight simulator. It is, however, one heck of a flight action game, filled with airplanes that will make even the most aircraft-obsessed person weep with joy. With plenty of room to maneuver your planes and...

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The Aging Gamer: Where Are All of the Great Remasters?

The Aging Gamer: Where Are All of the Great Remasters?

In this weekly column series, I will talk about 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 games from...

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Wargroove: A Return to Retro, Turn-Based Combat

Wargroove: A Return to Retro, Turn-Based Combat

Released on the first of this month, Chucklefish has truly outdone themselves with Wargroove, a combat RPG that combines what fans loved about Advance Wars with amazing pixel art with an unrivaled sense of adventure and heroism. One for All, and All for Groove! Wargroove takes on a viking-like mentality...

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Apex Legends Review
8.0

Apex Legends Review

The battle royale genre is something that I have not experienced too much. I have played a few matches in Fortnite and realized it was not for me. I have also played a bit of Blackout, which was fun but I did not stick around too long. The genre has...

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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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