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‘Anthem:’ A bioware tragedy

A lot of negative things have been said about the game “Anthem” and its developer Bioware already, and people who know about the game are wise to stay away from it. I was originally going… Read More...

Good horror games are hard to find: here’s a few gems

The horror games seem to be forever doomed to be a niche. It’s not only because a lot of people don’t enjoy being scared—there are also an ungodly amount of agonizingly terrible horror games on… Read More...

On the value of video games

Whether video games have any value is a question every gamer has had to grapple with from time to time, likely because their parents like to dismiss games as mindless entertainment. These adults do so… Read More...

An ode to mobile games gone by

When we think of mobile games now, we usually regard them as either simple time-killers at best or egregious cash-grabs at worst, and the latter is more likely. It’s just not a respected platform. Many… Read More...

‘The Boys’ is a cynical superhero must-see

I would like to thank my friend Harry who introduced me to “The Boys.” I went into this show completely blind and it pleasantly surprised me. Afterward, I was so hooked that I bought an… Read More...

My audience is my enemy: what’s the matter with gaming journalism?

“These obtuse shitslingers, these wailing hyper-consumers, these childish internet-arguers—they are not my audience. They don’t have to be yours.” This is what former editor-at-large Leigh Alexander concluded in her article on Gamasutra: “Gamers don’t have… Read More...

‘Remnant: From the Ashes’ review: a stellar shooter with a bright future

Prior to release, lots of people were calling “Remnant: From the Ashes,” “Dark Souls with guns.” The game features a lot of things that one would consider trademarks of the “Souls” games: a stamina system,… Read More...

Gaming’s Most Hated: EA

Electronic Arts (EA) is one of the biggest and most successful video game companies in the world. It is the publisher/developer for some of the most iconic game series ever released: “FIFA,” “Madden,” “Battlefield,” “The… Read More...

An honest review of the Epic Game Store

The Epic Game Store (EGS) has been the subject of heated debates in the gaming world recently regarding its strategy of game exclusivity, which means holding certain games hostage to one platform so that consumers… Read More...

“Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice”—first impressions

If you’ve ever played any of the Dark Souls games, then you know what to expect from From Software: Challenging but extremely engaging gameplay. And their new action RPG, “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is nothing… Read More...
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