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**WARNING: The following review may contain some political and social opinions some readers may not agree with** Right now, guns are a hot topic in the U.S. Even if you are looking at this article weeks, months, or years after it gets posted,

Clustertruck is one insane premise! Taking its inspiration from every cool chase sequence from Hollywood and Hong Kong cinema (especially the one from The Matrix Reloaded), Landfall and tinyBuild's concoction has you running and leaping from truck-to-truck to reach your

In my years as a gamer, I've come to love the rhythm-based genre. Whether it's using my feet with Dance Dance Revolution, my palms for Donkey Konga, or my digits with Guitar Hero or any of the Hatsune Miku titles,

Virtual reality has often been used to insert players into situations that would otherwise be impossible. Moss, one of the newest PlayStation VR titles, goes about this in a slightly different way. Instead of making the player the focus, each

Inserting oneself into the action of a video game is what makes virtual reality such an immersive experience. Bullet hell games are scary enough as it is, taking place on a 2D plane while tons of bullets head towards a

French Bread is truly an under-appreciated fighting developer. While it may have its fair share of cult hits like Melty Blood and the light-novel all-starred Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax, nothing they've released as of yet has made much mainstream success.

We cannot escape 80s nostalgia. It's on our TVs thanks to Stranger Things and The Goldbergs, in our films via Kung Fury and The Expendables, and in our music with the return of new wave sounds and Macross-inspired J-POP. Of

2014's Mercenary Kings was a nice throwback to the era of Metal Slug and Contra, thanks in part to its retro looks and over-the-top comedic violence. However, it wasn't without its share of issues, from some weird graphical glitches to

Video games always seem to involve characters resolving their problems with their fists or guns. Sometimes, is it a smarter choice to use your words? This is the hypothesis that Oh

O.K. K.O.! Let's Be Heroes is one of Cartoon Network's beacons of delight within its current roster. With many nods to classic anime, video games, and 80s action flicks meshed with over-the-top humor, the adventures of K.O., Rad, and Enid