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  1. 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 ...
  2. On Getting Good

    Stop me know if you’ve heard this one: FromSoftware puts out a new, highly anticipated game. Like many of their recent games, this is an incredibly challenging and punishing game. While there are many who enjoy the game, there are others who find the game too challenging which inspires a string of opinions and articles that argue that games should have an easy mode (and the expected string of counter-opinions and ...
  3. Kingdom Hearts 3 Review -- The Wait is Finally Over

    After nearly thirteen years (or over thirteen years if you played the Japanese release), Square Enix finally released the sequel to Kingdom Hearts II and the third numeric entry in the Kingdom Hearts franchise. Before I get into this review, it’s impossible to talk about Kingdom Hearts 3 without acknowledging the time it took to get here and games that came before it. Part of the issue is the peculiar numbering ...
  4. Indie Games You Might Have Missed in 2018

    When I was thinking about my game of the year for 2018 last month, one thing that stood out was the number of great indie games that I played over the past year. I’d go so far as to say that some of the best games I played last year were not major AAA titles, but indie games produced by smaller studios. I once heard someone express an apt sentiment about indie games, that the best indie games focus on a single ...
  5. BlueGartr Staff Picks - 2018

    As gamers, the end of the year provides an opportunity to look back at the library of games each of us has finished over the last year. 2017 was an exceptional year filled with numerous phenomenal games. Compared to that overwhelming bounty, 2018 offered far fewer noteworthy games. Perhaps as a testament to the lack of remarkable games this year, we’ve got fewer responses this year compared to past years. ...
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