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  • How Dishonored's Chaos System is One of its Greatest Narrative Strengths

    "Revenge Solves Everything" was the marketing tagline in the lead up to the release of Dishonored. Developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda, the game casted players in the role of a once royal bodyguard, whose world is turned on... More
  • Surviving the Horrors of Outlast 2

    Outlast 2 by Red Barrels creates an immersive, atmospheric setting for a survival horror video game that goes a long way toward instilling a palpable sense of discomfort and anxiety. But for all the headway made in establishing a creepy aesthetic that... More
  • Wonder Woman Review: A Superhero Movie In the Best Way

    It’s been over a week since I saw Wonder Woman in theaters and this review has been written and rewritten more than I’d like to admit. This movie left me at a loss for words – or rather, it made me feel like all of the words I came up... More
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy! Triple Mercy Rez POTG!

    Ten days. In a mere ten days we will be treated to one of the greatest revivals in recent gaming memory. It's been seven long years since a Crash game was released (no, I do not count Skylanders at all), and it's been nine years since a core Crash... More
  • The Witcher: Enhanced Edition (Review)

    In the world of The Witcher, fantasy staples such as monsters, magic, and political intrigue are explored with a sense of maturity that’s lacking in most RPG’s. A race war is brewing between humans and non-humans, dangerous monsters are appearing... More
  • 5 Upcoming 2017 Games That Millions Want To Play

    2017 announces itself as a really good year for gaming, with so many interesting options that we now know about. Since there are so many games that are to be launched, you can easily lose track of some that you would love. That is why we should highlight... More
  • Looking Cool Joker!

    Persona 5 was one of my most anticipated games of last year. I dodged information about the game like the plague, and now that I’ve finally bought a copy of the game and almost finished the second palace, I’m ready to discuss my thoughts so... More
  • Book Review: Masters of Doom

    Beginning with Commander Keen and continuing on with Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and Quake, id Software was one of the most prolific video game developers in the 1990’s. The company’s games revolutionized the industry in such a way that ripples... More
  • Social Gamers

    Hey everyone, long time no see. I haven't been able to post for a while due to various reasons, but things have started to settle down a bit now so I will hopefully be able to start posting a couple times a week again at least. That being said, let's... More
  • You Spin Me Right Round (Like A Fidget)

    The fidget spinner was originally designed to keep autistic people occupied and not get too antsy. And...suddenly it's the hottest trend. I mean, stores are going utterly apeshit with this temporary gimmick (let's be honest...I cannot see this... More
  • Playing New Video Game Genres Is Fun, Different Fun

    Throughout all of our gaming time, we find and therefore select which game genres to play. Be it due to a personal tradition or not, once we start playing the most out of what such genres have to offer we think twice before trying other ones. I, for one... More
  • 5 Things Fans Are Wrong About

    Everyone has been a fan of a game, I bet you are one too seeing that you're on this site full of gaming fans, and sometimes we can say something either positive or negative about something as a fan and be wrong about it. You can say this game was... More