KickStarter Roundup: Tabletop Game Edition

Written by (@nightskyre) on July 20, 2015 in Features, Opinion

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Kickstarter has been in the news quite a bit over the last few years. Whether it is the questionable need for a Kickstarter for a well-known game like Shenmue III, the runaway success of Kickstarters like the Pebble Time, or the heartwarming story of every child of the 80’s resurrecting Reading Rainbow, Kickstarter appeals to… Read More »


LEGO Dimensions: It gets real in September

Written by (@galactic_rhyme) on April 20, 2015 in Opinion

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Oh dear. In a land where there already exists Skylanders, Disney Infinity, and Amiibos, this Fall will see a new player enter into the field. TT Games and Warner Bros. is bringing LEGO Dimensions to your home in September. To kick it all off, you’ll see Wyldstyle, Gandalf, and Batman from The Lego Movie with lots (and lots) of add-on packs to… Read More »


4 Reasons Why I’m Excited for State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 24, 2015 in Opinion, PAX South 2015

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There has been a whole slew of survival-horror games that have come out in the past year. The emerging genre has seen several successes such as the ubiquitous Day-Z or the feverishly-running-around-naked-on-an-island-looking-for-shelter-simulator Rust. These games have been generally PC-centric in nature, and we haven’t really seen this style of game on current consoles. Developers Undead Labs aims to fill that… Read More »


Games from 2014 you should play in 2015

Written by (@robotmilk) on February 17, 2015 in Opinion

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Right up front, I would like to state that I have put in a staggering 500 hours into Destiny. I haven’t played a game for this long since my youth (looking at you, Final Fantasy Tactics) and Destiny has really cut into the small time I have that is available to play other games. I’m… Read More »


Letting Your Kids Be Gamers

Written by (@) on January 30, 2015 in Opinion


As a gamer and a father of two I often find myself torn on how much gaming I want to let my children do. They’ve been interested in games as long as I can remember, I have pictures of my oldest holding an Xbox 360 controller when he was barely able to stand. Now that… Read More »


Colby’s Top Games of 2014

Written by (@robotmilk) on January 1, 2015 in Opinion

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2014 was one of the weirdest years in gaming for me. While the word “gamer” has taken on a whole new meaning in the larger picture of pop culture and society in all the wrong ways, there hasn’t a better time to be a person who happens to enjoy games.  Titanfall The game that made… Read More »

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Top 5 Most Memorable Star Wars Games

Written by (@imonahorse) on December 17, 2014 in Opinion

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With the recent reveal of the Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens trailer, the Internet has been clamoring with a renewed Star Wars fever. The Force once again has its grip on fans around the world, with rumors flying around on message boards and social media. A few days ago the names of some… Read More »

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The Edge of Graphics

Written by (@imonahorse) on December 2, 2014 in Opinion

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My generation was the first to have video games in our lives. We were the first to marvel at the pixels jumping around on our screens. We had Space Invaders, Pac-Man, and mall arcades as far as the eye could see. We consumed as much as we possibly could with the money earned from either… Read More »


Some Thoughts On Gamergate

Written by (@phneri) on November 28, 2014 in Opinion

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So, The Married Gamers website has yet to weigh in with any kind of statement on Gamergate, the grassroots movement that describes itself as being intensely concerned with ethics in game journalism and fixing corruption in the industry. That so happens to have harassed, defamed, and threatened a handful of women associated with video games… Read More »


Character Select: Defeating My Worst Enemy

Written by (@etdragon) on September 2, 2014 in Opinion

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Throughout my entire life I have always been a super self conscious person. I realize to people who have met me fairly recently that probably seems like crazy talk but stay with me on this. As a kid I was skinny, smart, klutzy, and shy. I wasn’t fantastic at making friends, I was terrible at… Read More »