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Sometimes a video game wants you to think that you can leave your brain behind when you start playing it. That’s what I initially was going to happen when I started playing DeadToast Entertainment’s My Friend Pedro, a shooter whose

On paper, a game like Our World is Ended sounds like it’d be a blast to experience. Take a team of game developers, and have them go face-off against creatures that roamed their past titles. However, even the brightest of

On the surface, a cute-looking puzzle game can bring joy, not to mention a plethora of aw-uttering sounds escaping from one’s mouth. However, in the blink of an eye, that squishy feeling you have can turn into one of deep

It was on the second day of May in the year 2012 when Rebellion Developments put both Activision and Electronic Arts on notice. Up until that point, the likes of Call of Duty and Battlefield were seen as the premier

Nostalgia can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, experiencing a video game similar to one you loved as a child can bring a lot of warmhearted memories of simpler times and merriment. However, it also can show you how

A game like Katana ZERO is a tough one to talk about. It's not because there isn't much to say about it; quite the opposite, actually. But Askiisoft has wielded a mighty blade with this title, one with many a

This past January, Travis Touchdown made one hell of a comeback. The latest (sub)chapter in Goichi Suda's iconic series, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes served as a massive chocolate-filled heart to both indie games and the entirety of Grasshopper

Stories about royalty giving themselves a good sweat almost always feel more heroic than ones where the rulers spend most o their time in the throne room. Perhaps this is why I had high hopes for a game like The

Every anime fan dreams of going to Japan, be it for fun or even educational purposes. The thought of roaming around places that inspired many of our favorite stories would make any person grin from ear-to-ear. Sadly, until there’s a

Remember this name: Gabe Cuzzillo. This person is the creative mind behind Ape Out, a new game from Devolver Digital. Its premise is one of the most simplest in gaming today, but what it has to offer is one of