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  1. Pokémon Sword and Shield Review -- The Great British Poké-off

    Earlier this month, Nintendo announced the two-part expansion pass for Pokémon Sword and Shield. Unlike previous generations, instead of a slightly different sequel entry, Nintendo is expanding on the existing games and giving players the opportunity to continue their journey to explore new areas and content with their existing Pokémon and teams. Given that I’ve poured nearly two-hundred hours into this generation ...
  2. BlueGartr Staff Picks - Game of the Decade

    2019 was something of an odd year for gaming without a lot of exceptional standouts. Luckily, 2019 also signifies the end of a decade, so let's instead consider the past ten years of gaming! This decade has seen an expansion in the scope and potential of games. We’ve seen games that have told amazing stories that stay with us years later and seen games that have been true works of art. The 2010s also saw competitive ...
  3. Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Review -- Dark Side of the Moon

    In 2010, Bungie announced they had partnered with Activision for their next franchise, Destiny. Although we will likely never know all the details, ardent fans of the franchise have always been aware of tensions between the two companies due to competing visions and goals for the franchise. However, in January of 2019, Bungie announced they were ending their partnership with Activision and were taking complete ...
  4. Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review -- The New School

    Long-time fans of the Fire Emblem franchise have seen the recent games shift away from the brutal and hardcore tactical role-playing game where your favorite characters could get killed in the blink of an eye into a relationship/dating sim where your favorite characters could get killed in a blink of an eye in brutal and hardcore tactical role-playing battles. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the latest entry in the ...
  5. Special Report: E3 2019

    If you’ve heard or read any stories about E3 this week, you’ve probably seen at least a few largely tepid reactions to the annual gaming conference. A core part of E3 are the presentations from Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo which showcase their upcoming release schedules. We’re nearing the end of a console generation and Sony chose not to attend E3 or host their own presentation this year. Coupled with the ...
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