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“Gee, Splatoon’s a great game. But do you know what would make it better?! Instead of squid kids spraying ink, it’s naked sumo-sized dudes throwing pasta at one another!” - guy who created RAWMEN

Delivering packages can have its rewards. Good exercise, clean fresh air, and even a chance to see the sights of your surroundings. But when it comes to TinyBuild, that isn’t enough to truly satisfy any mail carrier-to-be. Hence why with

The more I see Streets of Rage 4, the more excited I get for its impending release. What could’ve been an easy cash grab is transforming into an epic love letter to one of SEGA’s most iconic series out there.

Running With Scissors couldn’t care less what critics have to say about the Postal franchise. (Okay, they agreed the third one sucked, but that was out of their control!) But when it comes to delivering an all-around fun experience with

Sometimes you need to press that reset button hard in life. Timberline Studios knows this well, as evident in their upcoming game The Red Lantern. Mixing a deep narrative with an Oregon Trail-like gameplay style, Players embark on a journey

The trio of 3D Realms, One More Level, and Slipgate Ironworks have concocted a first-person experience that’s a beast to experience! Entitled Ghostrunner, the game mashes up parkour mechanics and assassination strategy, and ups the difficulty to the extreme. At

As the end credits rolled by, I took a deep breath and sighed. With hands aching, a smile crawled up my lips. And within my heart was a thumping rhythm of happiness. This is what it feels like to experience

On the surface, Affable Games’ Speaking Simulator is pretty dumb. And yet, I somehow found it shockingly relatable. Here is a video game that takes a wacky premise and gameplay mechanic, and creates a visual representation of how it feels

Kill la Kill is a true balls-to-the-wall anime thrill ride. Action-packed, funny as hell, and never ashamed of its blatant fan-service, it was an impressive way for Studio TRIGGER to introduce themselves to the world. An idea for a video

Licensed games have always been a little hit-or-miss over the years, but there was a golden period in the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis era where there were some true hits. Disney in particular had a few back in the