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Viewpoint: FIFA 18 For The Switch Has Me Worried

FIFA is finally coming back to a Nintendo home console. Yes, it’s been a long time Nintendo fans, just about five years to be exact. After FIFA and Madden both […]


Sony Defends Indie Absence at E3 2017 Showcase

For all their touting of Shadow of the Colossus remakes, exclusive Spider-Man open-world adventures and Kratos’ explosive return to PlayStation hardware at their latest E3 conference, Sony couldn’t escape the […]

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Viewpoint: Why don’t we finish games?

If there’s one thing I have a habit of doing, it’s not finishing my games before moving onto the next. It’s something that I’ve never really thought of before, but […]

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Viewpoint: How the Beyond Good and Evil 2 reveal represents the ever-changing nature of the games industry

2003 was a simpler time for gaming. A transitionary time of sorts. True widespread online accessibility was still a few years away and though technology was advancing rapidly, consoles and […]

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There will be a PS5 – Smartphone style approach will not takeover

Shawn Layden at Sony has made something very clear today: there will be a PS5, and the smartphone style upgrade-approach will not takeover. In other words, we’ll still be getting […]


Taster: Die Young – Welcome to the Island

Die Young, developed by IndieGala, is one of those rare titles that manages to hit all the right notes, creating an exciting symphony of survival, adventure, and mystery. You take […]