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  1. Special Report: E3 2018

    E3 2018 is officially over. Personally, I’ve come to evaluate E3 more by the ability of gaming companies to spark my excitement for games being released in the coming year, rather than games scheduled for some-point in the indefinite future. Going into E3 this year, I know I had a lot of expectations across the board -- there are many games in the pipeline that gamers have been anxiously awaiting, and it was ...
  2. On the Grind

    How many crabs have you killed? If you asked the average person, they would probably consider it a strange question that doesn’t merit much thought. However, if you’re someone who spent years playing Final Fantasy XI, I imagine that question is not so easy to answer. From Gustaberg, to Valkurm and Qufim, to Kuftal and Boyahda, it felt like we were always killing crabs. Looking back on it though, burning away ...
  3. A Way Out Review – The Shawshank Redemption Split-Screen Experience

    A while back, I lamented the decline of split-screen gaming and the shared experience those games provided. Flash-forward to a few months ago, a friend showed me a trailer for A Way Out, a game being developed by Hazelight Studios which was built around those memories of split-screen gaming. Split-screen gaming is at the core of the game’s unique narrative approach so much that it cannot be played alone. As ...
  4. On Tilt

    If you’ve played a competitive first-person shooter, you’ve probably been here before: One minute you’re playing a match, things are going fine, and then, BAM! Someone hiding across the map picks you off with a sniper rifle. It’s irritating, but it was a good shot, so you go on your way. Until a few minutes later, when, BAM! That same sniper, sitting in the same spot, picks you off again. Now you’re ...
  5. Super Mario Odyssey Review – A Man of Many Hats

    Say what you will about Nintendo, but there is no denying their willingness to experiment with Mario and his self-titled franchise. From his origins in the age of arcades, to his platforming roots, to his adventures with go-karts, across golf courses and soccer fields, to his pioneering forays into 3D, to even his evolutionary steps bouncing between multitudinous gravitational fields, Nintendo has not shied away ...
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