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Which game from 2018 do you most want an art book for?

I've always been a collector. I think it's something I get from my father. He has a massive sports card and memorabilia collection kept away in boxes in mint to near mint condition, accumulating value until he's able to retire, sell all of ...

 
 
 
 
 
 

Meh, I'll vote tomorrow when the lines are shorter.

 
 
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Can this Fortnite guide make you the next Ninja?

Fortnite is inarguably the biggest game on the planet right now. Everybody is playing it. Gamers, kids, streamers, children, athletes, tykes, and even some of the biggest names in Hollywood (except for Lady Gaga who, as we found out la...

 
 
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Review: Reigns: Game of Thrones

Despite being on the most proficient properties on television, video game developers have had a difficult time producing a Game of Thrones title that's up to snuff with the HBO series. Telltale tried, Cyanide tried, Warner Bros. tried,...

 
 
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Oh good God they're making another Bubsy game

Last year, platform mascot and general industry punching bag Bubsy made his triumphant return to gaming in Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back. It... did not go well. The game was pretty much trash, which in its defense kept it in the spirit of ...

 
 
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Silent Hill: Shattered Memories and the fears in your ears

Last year I started a new tradition where around Halloween, I would break out my collection of Wii games and play what I consider to be the greatest horror game in my collection. While I wouldn't say I'm the biggest horror fan -- and maybe ...

 
 
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Review: Black Bird

Last year, the two best games on mobile didn’t come from King, or Nicalis, or Tencent. They came from Onion Games, a Japanese indie studio founded by Rule of Rose and Little King’s Story developer Yoshiro Kimura. Dandy Dungeon a...

 
 
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Review: PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for Switch

As much as I love my Nintendo Switch, and I certainly do, it's the first console I've bought where I haven't exactly been going wild with buying extra controllers. On the GameCube, I bought nearly every new color Nintendo put out. With the ...

 
 
 
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Review: Starlink: Battle for Atlas

I’d like to start this review off with a tale of Goofus and Gallant and hope to God the Highlights people don’t sue me for doing so. One day, Goofus and Gallant decide to buy the new toys-to-life game Starlink: Battle for A...

 
 
 
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Review in Progress: Starlink: Battle for Atlas

I remember the first time I played a title in the Skylanders series. It was the first game for the Nintendo 3DS. I found it on sale at Best Buy and decided to pick both it and three figures up. When I got home I ended up beating the ga...

 
 
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Review: Dragalia Lost

When Nintendo first announced it would enter the mobile market, I thought it was going to do things differently. I thought the presence of arguably the greatest game developer ever would shake up the market and put an end to the dominance o...

 
 
 
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Review: The World Ends with You: Final Remix

Few games have made as big an impact on me as The World Ends with You. Though ubiquitous with the JRPG genre today, it was the first title to give me a taste of what life is like in modern-day Tokyo, igniting a fascination with any and all ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Magic makes for one wild ride in Warriors Orochi 4

Very early in the life-cycle of the Nintendo Switch, Koei Tecmo made it clear it was going to bet big on the system. In Japan, the publisher has ported many of its games to the device with apparent success, including several of the older ti...

 
 
 
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Dead or Alive 6 doesn't need T&A to be a triple-A fighter

Dead or Alive is inarguably my favorite 3D fighting franchise. Hell, it's my favorite fighting game series period. I was introduced to it with Dead or Alive 4 and it was like lightning in a bottle. The fast and fluid gameplay...

 
 


About CJ Andriessenone of us since 6:56 PM on 10.14.2014

Just what the internet needs: yet another white guy writing about video games.
Also, I backed that Bloodstained game.
 
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