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Once upon a time, Justin was 13th in the world with Hyde in Evolve. It was his one shot at love. Now he ranks Bronze in Overwatch, quietly wishing for flamethrowers and gas grenades.
Indiewatch: The Suicide of Rachel Foster attempts to excuse the inexcusable
Let’s start with a barebones explanation about what The Suicide of Rachel Foster is: a walking simulator set in an abandoned hotel in Montana during...
Dead Cells: How to beat Mama Tick
Dead Cells’ new DLC, The Bad Seed , introduced us to one bad mother. Here’s how you can bring her down. Attack Phases Mama Tick - phase 1 eye ball...
Dead Cells: How to access the new Bad Seed DLC
Motion Twin just released The Bad Seed , the new DLC for indie hit Dead Cells . Here’s how to access the new content! First, you’re going to need the...
Review: Dead Cell’s The Bad Seed is how DLC should be done
For the price of two school lunches, Motion Twin gives you two new levels with new enemies, a new boss, and six new items. It’s a lot of fun, and...
Hands-on: Disintegration's innovative multiplayer battles hold together well
When it isn’t being romantic about motorcycles , Disintegration, developed by V1 Interactive, offers an innovative, promising take on the FPS genre...
Frostpunk: The Last Autumn impressions - You have nothing to lose but your chains (and frostbitten limbs)!
The Last Autumn is the latest scenario DLC for Frostpunk , the sub-arctic city management simulator from Polish developer 11-Bit Studios. In...
Review: Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York fills a city with fascinating denizens
Platforms: PC (reviewed), Nintendo Switch No, Coteries of New York is not the Bloodlines 2 . This is a much smaller scale visual novel from Polish...
Review: Mechwarrior Mercenaries 5 impresses and annoys in equal measure
Platforms: PC (reviewed) Piranha Games has poured every last bit of budget and effort into recreating the original Mechwarrior experience in...
The trends of the 2010s and what we learned in the last decade
It’s been a hell of a decade for video games. We’ve seen tremendous change and progress. As a hobby, art form, and subculture, games have taken the...
What will RPGs be like in the next decade?
As we move into the next decade, let’s take a look at the role playing game. They’re immersive, engaging, and their mechanics have bled into...