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THE WITNESS Review: Perplexing, Beautiful, and Not for Everyone

The Witness, from Jonathan Blow and his small team at Thekla Inc., is a game that somewhat inarguably holds the potential to be boasted as the epitome of adventure and exploration, puzzle-based-games creation, allowing player interaction and understanding to drive the experience without the typical crutches that often bog down most games. Seldom is the […]

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December Video Game of the Month: FINAL FANTASY VII (PSOne Classic)

Why pick an almost twenty year old game as opposed to something like Xenoblade Chronicles? Because Final Fantasy VII is a game that made quite the impact on the gaming industry, love it or hate it. This memorable RPG by Squaresoft (now known as Square-Enix) made back in 1997 was the first in the series […]

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November Video Game of the Month: RISE OF THE TOMB RAIDER

This month’s choice came with ease as Crystal Dynamics delivers yet another fantastic entry in the Tomb Raider series. The Tomb Raider got rebooted back in 2013 and was very well received. This wasn’t just because of the game itself but how well Lara Croft as a character is now genuinely respected as a character […]

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October Video Game of the Month: HALO 5: Guardians (MULTIPLAYER)

This is a hard one to comment on. This seemed like the easy pick and then I experienced the campaign, which is less than desirable. However, if you want something that goes toe to toe with Call of Duty: Black Ops III and then some, Halo 5: Guardians is for you. If you want a […]

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September Video Game of the Month: CASTLE CRASHERS REMASTERED

It would have been way too easy to go with Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain for the September pick. Instead, we decided to go with something that will cost you as little as fifteen dollars or even nothing at all. Castle Crashers Remastered is a gem from last generation gaming and even more […]

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31 Days of Horror: ORGAN TRAIL

Zombie survival mixed with a deeply ingrained nostalgia? Yes, please. Organ Trail, from developer The Men Who Wear Many Hats, is a take on the classic edutainment game Oregon Trail. This telling replaces the 19th century pioneering of North America with a post-apocalyptic zombie wasteland. With the east coast in shambles there is no option […]

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DOWNWELL Review: Like An Ice Cold Beer

If you’re the kind of person that hates that faux retro aesthetic that has plagued indie games for the last number of years, look away now, this is your Halloween nightmare come to pass. Downwell doesn’t just wear its retro influence on its sleeve, it bathes in it. Downwell harkens back to an age where […]

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31 Days of Horror: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (NES)

It’s that time of year again, eh? Scary things, ghosts, goblins, bats, and so on. We’re gonna travel back in time for this next entry to the days of the Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Rare and published by LJN, A Nightmare on Elm Street brought a simple but fun experience to gamers back in 1990. […]

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31 Days of Horror: HOME

It’s where the heart is, it’s the place where we can realize what’s inside of us, it’s where we can confidently open up and allow our true selves to be exposed. There is no greater relief than returning to that place of familiarity and comfort. Home is a pixel adventure horror game by Benjamin Rivers […]

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31 Days of Horror: UNTIL DAWN

One year after the tragic loss of two friends during a weekend getaway, eight friends reunite in an attempt to heal old wounds. However, as soon as the group gathers, things start to feel a bit off — and not just the usual ‘reuniting at the haunting mountain lodge where your friends’ died, on the anniversary of their death’ kind of […]

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