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It's nice when a game series takes a different route for one of its episodes, especially in regards to Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode. Sure, it's fine to stay on a more comfortable path, but in order to tell a

Saturday morning cartoons were always such a huge production when I was younger. If you wanted to see your favorite show, you had to wake up early and make sure your butt was planted in front of that TV in

There are three things I usually dislike in the gaming realm. The first is online multiplayer-only titles, as I do tend to prefer my games with a story and campaign. Coming in second is playing as a Heavy character, since

The thing I appreciate most about Kingston's HyperX brand is that it takes some of the best technology around and gives it to the consumer at a very affordable price. For the past two years I've been an avid user

For nearly two months XSEED Games and Tamsoft's Senran Kagura: Estival Versus has been taking up most of my free time, as I fought through waves of ninjas, battled online with friends, made my way through the story mode, and

Party Hard started its life out as a quick game jam project, where in a just a day or so Pinokl Games concocted the concept of a man laying waste to a loud party next door. After loads of positive

The illusion of choice is something all of the recent Telltale games have been playing with for quite some time now. Guiding these characters through harrowing events, it often feels as though they've made it through only by your wise

Continuing its tenure as the most diverse episodic adventure game currently on the market, King's Quest has shaken up the formula yet again for episode three. Favoring relationships over exploration, Once Upon a Climb tasks a newly buff King Graham

After watching my character die for the hundredth time in Enter the Gungeon, I found myself backed into a corner. Seven hours into this game, and I was still stuck in the first area. Did I just suck at it,

Here I am once again in a dark room, I thought to myself. The computer staring back at me had the sequel to a familiar game on its bright screen: Red Barrels' Outlast II. I remembered when I demoed the first game