4 Fascinating Indie Games We Want To See More Of

We spent a lot of time at the Indie Megabooth at PAX East, getting the chance to sample some very intriguing games. There were 100 indie games at the Indie Megabooth this year and I got to play my fair share. Although I was able to speak to some developers and play a lot of games,…

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Super Daryl Deluxe Wants To Show Us A New Way To Become Popular

From the plot to the gameplay, there is nothing ordinary about Super Daryl Deluxe. Everything has a certain level of obscurity to it that draws you in and rewards your curiosity. Super Daryl Deluxe, according to developer Dan & Gary Games, is an RPGvania with Brawler style combat. The protagonist Daryl, plays the role of…

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The Aesthetic In Cosmo’s Quickstop Turns Chores Into Fun Tasks

On the surface, Cosmo’s Quickstop sounds like your run-of-the-mill time management game that uses a job structure as the basis for its gameplay. While true in that aspect, it’s a game that better gets its point across when you actually play it, which is exactly what I got to do while at PAX East this…

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South Park The Fractured But Whole Is A Solid RPG Despite It Having A Few Flaws

South Park the Fractured but Whole is probably the most interesting game I’ve played in 2017. Not the best game, not the game of the year, just interesting. The gameplay is amazing however and while the story had its moments, I never knew how to feel about the game as a whole. Ultimately, South Park the…

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The First Batch Of Backward Compatible Original Xbox Games Announced

The first batch of backward compatible original Xbox games has been announced and are slated to go live tomorrow. Many have been waiting for more details regarding this status of backward compatibility since the announcement was made at E3 2017. Xbox will be releasing the games in batches much like they’re doing with Xbox 360…

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Is This The End Of Linear Story-Based Video Games?

In the wake of EA shutting down Visceral Games —the studio working on an Uncharted-like Star Wars game— I began to wonder,”Is this the end of linear story-based video games?” 2017 has been a great year for video games overall, especially for titles that have put a strong emphasis on an open-world nature. With Horizon Zero Dawn…

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EA Shutting Down Visceral Games

EA announced they will be shutting down Visceral Games, the studio notable for the Dead Space series and Battlefield: Hardline. The news comes as part of an update by EA regarding the Star Wars project that the now-defunct studio Visceral Games, has been working on since 2013. The Star Wars project that Visceral Games had been developing was…

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Is Fortnite’s Battle Royale Killing Their Campaign Mode?

With over 3.7 million players logged in over the weekend, it’s safe to say that Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode has been a success up to this point. Fortnite’s new mode has not only been raking in the numbers but also some controversy. This controversy is aimed at Epic Game’s development of a free-to-play Battle Royale…

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Will SFV: Arcade Edition Answer The Cries Of Disgruntled Fans?

As most of you may already know, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition was announced this past Thursday confirming what has been rumored for some time now. The update contains a complete overhaul of base SFV’s UI, new V-Triggers, and the highly requested Arcade Mode among other features. While all of this is great and I’m…

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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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