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Pheonix Labs reminds us that sometimes all we need is a well-balanced team and a common goal.

Friendly competition never hurt anyone, unless sweet delicious cake was at stake.

At the Boston Festival of Independent Games (BFIG), like a moth to the flame, ESH became intoxicated by a tabletop tragic horror game called Ten Candles.--more--> Calvary Games and Stephen Dewey's Ten Candles: A Roleplaying Game of Tragic Horror

I have wanted to go hands-on with Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human for quite some time. It turns out that PAX West was where I made it happen. Before I get into my experience with the game, I want to talk

I've been covering the video games industry for over 12 years now including events like E3, and PAX East...but never PAX DEV. With your help, I can change that next month.

One of the best indie games I had the privilege to play at PAX East was Slime-San.  The story is simple.  The player is a small slimeball hopping through the forest before a gigantic worm comes along and swallows you

Monster Boy is a beautiful 2-D side-scroller where you, as the player, embark on a journey with the main character, who is struck with some sort of wizardry magic that transforms you into a monster, hence the name.

Trove is an eccentric cubed MMO that brings all the fun of mining, building and questing into one explosive game.

Two of Cartoon Network's series in the current (and future) lineup are heading to consoles later this year, with the announcements of Steven Universe: Save the Light and OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes arriving on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A sequel to the mobile