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  • Rural America and Video Games

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    If Far Cry launches on schedule sometime in 2018, it may very well be one of the most relevant games of the year. It has the potential to reflect and punctuate a new reality in the presumably "United" States of America, the ever growing social... More
  • 4 reasons Metroid: Samus Returns is worth your time, and 1 reason it's not

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    This June during E3, I saw a headline that made my mind grind to a halt. I couldn't process what I was reading. I read it, quickly scanned the top paragraph of the story, then read the headline again. Insane. It's been nearly 15 years since the... More
  • Guess that Game (October 2017)...

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    Greetings Game Informer let's start another Guess that Game! Last month's entry seemed pretty good with a few people getting it and a few people unsure. I'm very curious as to how many people might get this month's game. Allow me to welcome... More
  • Hello Neighbor – Acceso Anticipado PC

    Una propuesta original Hello Neighbor es un juego de sigilo y horror que se atreve a proponernos una idea bastante alejada a lo que por “Horror” entendemos, ya que en lugar de poner bichos muy feos a gritarnos en toda la pantalla, apuesta... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 10/1/17

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! Welcome one and all to my cover art guessing game. These posts occur twice a month, with the first post of each month being somewhat easy and the second post of each month being more of a challenge. There... More
  • Vienna Automobile Society – Análisis PC

    Soy aficionado de los juegos de carreras, títulos relacionados con motores siempre me llaman la atención, y a pesar de que Vienna Automobile Society no es un juego que parezca hacer rugir grandes máquinas, decidí darle una... More
  • Rec Room – Análisis Oculus Rift

    Multijugador como ningún otro ¡Hola nuevamente! Como es costumbre venimos con nuestra opinión y review de un juego de Realidad Virtual de desarrolladores Indie, ésta vez apuntamos a un juego gratuito y que ya está disponible... More
  • Adventures in SNES Classic Buying

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    This morning I set out with my almost five-year-old son to get two extra SNES Classics, in addition to the one I had pre-ordered from GameStop. I wanted these two to give away as gifts. One of my college friends wants one, and another one has his 40th... More
  • Gaming Jealousy

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    Jealousy. It's not something I feel too often when it comes to gaming. I have plenty of games at my disposal and my love of PlayStation usually keeps me plenty busy with games and franchises that I enjoy. Once in awhile, however, a game comes along... More
  • I'm Not Sure What Orville Is Supposed to Be

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    So my wife and I were pretty excited about Orville, mainly because we like Star Trek-type stuff and she loves Galaxy Quest. And I like the early years of Family Guy, when the show was actually edgy and wasn't just recycling its jokes. For those who... More
  • Game Making Challenge: Final Fantasy XV x Dragon's Dogma

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    Challenge accepted! When it came to the idea of combining ideas from two games to create an ideal mix, I assumed I would throw a bit of Dark Souls into... something else. The thing is, many of Dark Souls' strongest individual ingredients support one... More
  • Minecraft: The Island - A Review

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    Not every game lends itself well to crafting narrative. Games like The Last of Us and Quantum Break are arguably all about narrative, while games like No Man's Sky or LittleBigPlanet offer some narrative, but are more about creativity and exploration... More