Editorial: Why TGA 2021 Was “eh…”

The Pandemic Strikes Again The Game Awards for 2021 have come and gone and the postmortem has begun. I came across a poll that was provided by IGN asking their audience what they thought of the proceedings this year. The concensus there was that the awards were pretty middle of the road. We already know …

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Editorial: Why Red Dead Redemption 2 Busts the Myth of Unsustainable Triple-A Gaming

It's All About Strategy & QualityFor years now, gamers have been nickel and dimed by game publishers. And when asked for the reasoning for their pricing shenanigans, publishers give the same reasons: The cost of triple-A high-budget video game development and support is bankrupting them. It's hogwash and I'm here to tell you why Red …

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Editorial: Microsoft E3 2018 Presentation

Too Little Too Late? Microsoft boasted at the beginning of their conference that they had over 50 games to show. What they didn't tell you was that most of them are also available on other platforms, and the Windows 10 logo featured prominently alongside of Xbox. Microsoft dug up old standbys for their presentation, Like …

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Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon IS Castlevania

Rejoice, Creatures of the Night It may have missed many a gamer's radar, but the Kickstarter project helmed by Koji Igarashi, the caretaker of the MetroidVania entries of the Castlevania series, has released the stretch goal bonus game promised to backers. And it's a dead ringer for Castlevania 3. The new game, Bloodstained: Curse of …

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