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Five gaming predictions for 2020
The end of the year usually delivers "best of" and "most anticipated" lists. The start of a new year, on the other hand, means there are plenty of...
Review: Weakless is a heartfelt puzzler with some rough edges
Platforms: Xbox One (reviewed), PC (early 2020) I loved playing Weakless . The game, from Punk Notion and Cubeish Games, has a lot of things that I...
The most underrated games of 2019
We're just a day away from a whole new year — no, a whole new decade! We've discussed the best games of the year : action games , strategy games ,...
Celebrating The Simpsons 30th Anniversary: Here are the best Simpsons Games... ever
This month, The Simpsons celebrates its 30th anniversary. The iconic family debuted on The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987, being the stars of some...
Review: Wattam continues Takahashi's mission of creating pure joy through games
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), PC Keita Takahashi has made a career out of creating fun, magical, toy-like games. In a medium where leaderboards,...
Review: Heroland is a hilarious RPG that's filled with clever writing
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), Switch, PC You won't be blamed for having missed the launch of Heroland . The game hasn't received much promotional buzz...
How indie games tell great stories and 2019's best narrative indies
These days, video games are able to tell better stories than ever before. Studios with backing from major publishers are putting out compelling...
The 2019 Indie Game of the Year
Every year we see more creativity in the games we play. Storytelling and gameplay continue to evolve, and indie games are evolving, too. We now see...
Review: The Legend of Bum-Bo is a solid but shallow side story to The Binding of Isaac
Platforms: PC (reviewed) I used to think fondly of Edmund McMillen as the dude who worked on Super Meat Boy — partially because that's one of my...
Five upcoming horror games for 2019 and 2020
There's never been a better time to be a horror fan. That holds true for movies, TV, and even video games. There's just so much recent content that's...