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TinyBuild's Streets of Rogue bills itself as "the world's only RPG roguelike action stealth shooter brawler co-op megagame." Yes, that is quite the mouthful, but those who have gone & played it like I have will know that it contains every

Since last June, Behavior Interactive's Dead by Daylight has been offering frights, gore, and 80's-styled chills on Steam. This year, the 4 vs 1 multiplayer is sharpening its machete to take on the console realm. Those hankering to either be

Imagine if the Allies in World War II had a group like The A-Team backing them behind-the-scenes. We're talking a group of smart-aleck soldiers who go to extreme lengths to get a plan successful accomplished, all the while punching a few

The more I see of Ackk Studios' YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG, the more I crave to dive into the world that's been greatly influenced by Earthbound, Final Fantasy, and I'm pretty sure a couple Pixies records. With the game finally near-completion, I

If there was one indie game that took me by surprise the most, that was Defiant Development's Hand of Fate. The blend of card game/RPG/hack-and-slasher meshed up so many different styles to create one of the most unique gaming experiences on

As an avid user of HyperX's headsets, I have always been impressed with their means of providing high quality products for affordable pricing. Last year's Stinger provided a $50 price point with a $150-styled performance and durability, whereas their Cloud

Quick: name the last game where you played a snake! If you said the really old-school title Snake, you're probably right. (If you said Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, please see yourself out.) However that is all about to

Collectable card games have been around for many years.  That could be said for both tabletop and video game mediums alike.  Deckbound Heroes is a new IP from Deckbound studios and they are trying to have their game stand out

Two years ago, I came across a small booth at PAX East that was showcasing a little-known game called Masquerada: Songs and Shadows. At the time it was rough around the edges, but even still I was impressed with its gameplay.

The folks behind the runaway hit Tower of Guns are stepping up their game with their latest bullet-filled fustercluck known as MOTHERGUNSHIP. Strap yourself in, because this PAX East preview is heading into overdrive! The demo at this year's PAX East