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Exploring the game within a game
March 11, 2018 - Having never played a Sword Art Online game before nor watched an episode of the anime, I decided to finally try it out by playing the latest game in the series. As a total noob, allow me to share my impressions so far.
Read more: Is Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Worth It for Series Noobs?
The long-awaited return of Max
March 10, 2018 - After Chloe stole the spotlight for three episodes, Max has taken center stage again in a new Bonus Episode for Before the Storm.
Read more: Life is Strange Before the Storm Plot Summary: Bonus Episode
A few incentives to return to Eos
March 10, 2018 - It's pretty clear that the latest entry in the mainline Final Fantasy series isn't going anywhere anytime soon. I'm not entirely sure whether that's necessarily a good thing but here's some new content that fans may enjoy.
Read more: What's in the Final Fantasy XV Royal Pack?
Welcome... to Jurassic Park!
March 2, 2018 - The masters of adapting franchises into virtual pinball form are back with three new tables based on everyone's favorite dinosaur movies.
Read more: Pinball FX3: Jurassic World Pinball Table Pack Breakdown
2D indies that sure pack a punch
March 1, 2018 - It's Women's History Month so it's an appropriate time to check out some fantastic indies with impressive heroines. These chums may not be as iconic as Lara Croft but there's no denying that they kick ass so let's get straight to the games!
Read more: 6 Recent Indie Games Where Women Kick Ass
Dwayne Johnson not included
February 23, 2018 - Now that a movie based on Midway's classic giant monster arcade game is releasing for some strange reason, it's a good time to take a look back at the Rampage series. Get ready to kick a few buildings down and let's destroy this city!
Read more: Rampage Retrospective
Digging in its claws
February 8, 2018 - After a bit of a slow start, this newbie is starting to finally understand the monster hunting craze. Monster Hunter: World is a massive game both in its explorable regions and in the overall scope of what you can do. While this grandiose size can be intimidating to those new to the series, I'm finding the game becoming more accessible as I progress.
Read more: Monster Hunter: World Impressions (Part 2)
Opening hours and co-op frustrations
January 30, 2018 - It's been over a decade since PlayStation gamers had the opportunity to partake in monster hunting and even longer for Xbox fans but the wait is over as Monster Hunter: World has finally arrived on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Read more: Monster Hunter: World Impressions (Part 1)
There's more than just Mario Paint
January 24, 2018 - Nintendo's 16-bit Super NES had some top-notch accessories and one of the most overlooked is the mouse. Obviously, people remember using it for Mario Paint but there are many more games that can be enjoyed with it so let's try a few out.
Read more: Super Nintendo Mouse Compatible Games
5 timeless 8-bit treasures
January 22, 2018 - The NES has such a vast library of games that it's easy to miss out on some worthy retro experiences. I carefully combed through my collection of cartridges and found a handful of games that I think more classic gamers should play so let's get to it!
Read more: NES Hidden Gems (Part 1)