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The sole game that proves classic survival horror isn’t dead. Survival horror is a videogame genre with its origins well and truly founded during the 1990s. Far more than just jump scares and gruesome gore, the primary goal of these games is to terrify the player through their attempt to survive against all odds. With…Keep reading
It’s 100% cotton! The classic cute ’em up is back for a new generation of players. When referring to videogames, the term “cult classic” gets thrown around a lot. This phrase is often used to represent a game that was largely unsuccessful but managed to gain a dedicated and passionate following. Few genres achieve cult…Keep reading
Before our Get It Together! review, we explore Wario’s rise to videogame fame. Every hero needs a villain, and that was no exception for Nintendo’s eponymous mustachioed plumber, Super Mario. After years defending against princess-thieving giant apes and overgrown turtles with spikey shells, Mario was faced with a new antagonist, an evil version of himself…Keep reading
The iconic FPS that simultaneously holds up for old players and ushers new players into a brutal experience. There are a handful of household names in the FPS genre from the decade the genre materialized: Duke Nukem, DOOM, Wolfenstein, Half-Life, and Quake. Ever since I entered the world of PC gaming in 2012, I’ve gotten…Keep reading
It’s time to step back onto the streets of Shibuya in a brand new Reaper’s Game. Way back in 2007 (it feels weird to say that) was a moment in time where the Nintendo DS was in full swing. Nintendo’s double screen console was truly dominating the handheld market thanks to its impressive library of…Keep reading
If I could tuuuurn back tiiiiiime… The best video game of all time, in any genre, on any system, is the classic Super Nintendo Japanese Role Playing Game (JRPG) Chrono Trigger. This is not up for argument, or even civilised discussion – it is just fact. I could talk about the amazing time-travelling adventures of…Keep reading
Valve’s newest headset brings virtual reality one step closer to reality. Virtual reality, or VR as it is most commonly referred to, is not a new concept by any means. The idea of being completely immersed in a virtual space was conceptualised as far back as the mid 20th century, prior even to the existence…Keep reading
A beautiful, empty world down to one human and a robot that can create more life. The pixel aesthetic has shined through in indie games for the better part of a decade – titles like Stardew Valley, Shovel Knight, Celeste, and tons others are fan favorites thanks to their gorgeous presentation accompanying the other elements…Keep reading
Beat Saber, but make it metal. Chances are if you’ve played VR, or even heard of it, you’ve probably encountered a game by the name of Beat Saber. This music/rhythm game took the virtual world by storm with its initial release back in 2018 and still has a massive community thanks to its simplistic but…Keep reading
No OBJECTIONS here – Ace Attorney is back, and it’s greater than ever! I’m willing to bet you just heard that in your head. It’s quite impressive that a single word can become so closely associated with a particular videogame series, though that has been the case for almost 20 years. Ever since the very…Keep reading
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