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Originally released in 2011 on PC, Hard Reset was Flying Wild Hog's first foray into the video gaming realm. Since that time, the Poland-based developers has made a name for themselves with their critically-acclaimed Shadow Warrior remake. While we wait

Nostalgia often has a way of creeping into the games you least expect. I had no idea that upon playing Deadlight: Director's Cut I was going to be transported back to the first time I laid my hands on the

Minecraft: Story Mode has had its share of ups and downs. However, the additional Adventure episodes have brought to the series an extra zest of life that was nonexistent in its original run. As we saw Jesse and the gang tread

When I was a kid, I would plunk myself at the nearest rail shooter at the local arcade. The likes of Terminator 2: The Arcade Game and Aerosmith: Revolution X were at my beck and call when I had a good

Twin-stick shooters and I have a bit of a love-hate relationship. Sometimes they'll bring me flowers and embrace me with warmth & kindness (Enter the Gungeon, Renegade Ops), whereas other times they'll punch me square in the belly and tell

Porting classic games has become something of an epidemic during this console generation. What's worse is that, more often than not, these ports act as a reminder of just how far graphics in video games have come across the years.

Starting from the beginning in any roguelike game can make it hard to feel like any real progress is being made. Most of these end up filling that gap by either having a set of permanent unlockables or relying on

Cold and emotionless. This is how I felt during my time with Dambuster Studios' Homefront: The Revolution. I remember playing the first game back in 2011, and while it wasn't perfect, Homefront made me feel something as I tried to free

Ever since revolutionizing local multiplayer games with The Jackbox Party Pack, Jackbox Games has been releasing a fairly steady stream of new titles in the series. If you own that first game, you're probably familiar with the drawing game included

Games funded on Kickstarter have begun to come and go, being delivered to the salivating backers that excitedly fronted their money to fund a dream game. One of the more infamous campaigns, Mighty No. 9 was one that got funded