How Cuphead Forced Me To See My Unhealthy Obsession With Perfection

I have gone on record to call myself a “perfectionist” in regards to my hobbies or work. I like doing things a certain way, the “right” way. I’ve never thought of it as particularly unhealthy and, on many occasions, I’ve had this perfectionist behavior looked at as a positive attribute of mine. Though it can…

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Why Mario’s Nipples Are Kind Of A Big Deal

Following yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, the internet could not stop obsessing over a glimpse we all caught of Mario’s nipples. His hairless chest and small pink areolas were revealed during a demonstration of Super Mario Odyssey’s snapshot mode where we were blessed with a 2-second picture of Mario running on the shore shirtless on Bubblaine beach.…

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Life is Strange: Before The Storm Episode 1 Speaks To The Misunderstood Teen I Used to be

Life is Strange: Before the Storm takes an uninhibited swan dive into the events that take place well… Before the storm. It’s a prequel to the first Life is Strange and follows Chloe Price, a sixteen-year-old misfit who’s having a hard time coping with the death of her father and the disappearance of her best…

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Supermagical: An Indie Blend Of Puzzles And Art

We often find ourselves overlooking the small indie titles in favor of the big name AAA games. It’s typically the titles with loads of funding and advertisements that are sure to get the attention of the masses one way or another.

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Sonic Mania: Sega Runs To The Past

Many know Sonic as the lovable blue hedgehog that fights against the evil Dr. Eggman alongside his friends and allies. His charm and amazing soundtracks are some of the most memorable components for kids who grew up in the late 80’s and 90’s. He was all the rage, catapulting into stardom that would cement him…

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First Impressions: Fortnite

The skies are blue and just ahead of you is enough grass, trees, and water to sustain any living organism inhabiting it. You hear nothing but the sounds of life in a setting most would find calming, peaceful. In this same moment, the atmosphere defies science and the once clear blue skies are now shades…

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Kickstarter Games – Hover: Revolt of Gamers

If you enjoy 3D open worlds where you can parkour navigate through futuristic settings then checking out this game is a must. Hover: Revolt of Gamers is described as similar to Mirror’s Edge & Jet Set Radio in regards to gameplay and the environment is heavily inspired by movies such as Star Wars and the…

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