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Akil is a freelance editor, budding singer, game designer and comedian of calculator descent. His favorite modern game series is Dead Rising and hit favorite old school game is Sonic & Knuckles.
Highlights from Indiecade 2016: We are Chicago, Elsinore, and more
While last year’s Indiecade selection felt more polished and less experimental than other years, Indiecade 2016's featured games felt like a step...
GameTasting at Indiecade 2016
One of the more interesting offerings on Indiecade 2016's slate of events was GameTasting, a show-and-tell style event that allowed developers to...
Killer Instinct Season 3: How does it compare?
Killer Instinct’s 3rd Season's content has finished releasing with the latest addition of the Shadow Lords mode. While Shadow Lords is a mode with...
Review: Attack on Titan offers an interesting twist on Musou gameplay
Platforms: Xbox One (Reviewed), PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PC I went into the E3 2016 demo of Attack on Titan thinking I knew what to expect, since the game...
Review: King of Fighters XIV brings the series into the modern era
Platforms: PS4 (Reviewed) As the last major 2D fighting franchise to finally make the transition to 3D graphics, King of Fighters' fourteenth entry...
Review: Why does Umbrella Corps exist?
Platforms: PS4 (Review), PC Why does Umbrella Corps exist? That has been the question on my mind since I first loaded the game and started playing...
Are Resident Evil 5 and 6 worth buying on PS4 and Xbox One?
The release of Resident Evil 5 for the Xbox One and PS4 marks the re-release of both of last gen's major Resident Evil titles. While these games sold...
Hands-on: Necropolis packs a punch
Necropolis is deceiving, appearing to be a stylish, even cutesy looking action title; it isn't hard to get a warm fuzzy feeling of nostalgia when you...
Review: Dangerous Golf - Plenty of danger, minimal golf
Platforms: Xbox One (Reviewed), PS4, PC Dangerous Golf is golf only in name, and is pretty much the crash mode from the Burnout series with a golf...
Hands-on: Attack on Titan features surprising strategic depth
I approached the Attack on Titan demo at E3 expecting the title to play a lot like Dynasty Warriors since it's developed by Omega Force. I was...