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Minecraft: Story Mode may not have started out as one of Telltale Games' most memorable adaptations, but did it work its way up there. Bumps in the initial first season made it almost a throwaway title, before an additional three

Growing up in a highly competitive house, I've grown into a fair bit of anxiety when it comes to competitive games. Finding one that manages to feel just as fun whether you win or lose is rare, but Ultimate Chicken

Playing a game like Hotline Miami leaves one with so many questions. How can one guy take on this many thugs and walk away scott free? Where does he get that many weapons? Why the animal masks? Most important of

I'll admit: Until today I never really could relate to Minecraft: Story Mode nor its original world-building counterpart. It's not that I don't feel anything for these characters, but even at its best I just couldn't look at someone like

Tabletop gaming has been something I've only gotten deeper into with the last few years, while my video game hobby has been around since I could hold a controller. Since I started getting more into playing board games, I've been

And thus, we've returned to Star Lord and the gang. Rather, what's left of the gang after the end of Episode Four. With Peter left sitting in a bar as Hala destroys everything surrounding her, an epiphany of sorts brews

Atmospheric exploration puzzle games have long been perfected by the likes of Team Ico with titles like Ico and The Last Guardian providing stellar examples of how the genre is done right. Showing clear inspiration from the aforementioned games, Tequila

I remember when Splatoon first came out, and some of the more "hardcore" gamers were whining about its kiddy nature. To those complainers, I say there is no need to fret any longer. Thanks to the powers that be, the

I was not expecting such a heavy tale to be spun by Guardians of the Galaxy, even with Telltale Games helming this adaptation. And yet, there I was gobsmacked by the events that unraveled throughout "Who Needs You." Despite it

When The Jackbox Party Pack first came out, it revolutionized how multiplayer video games could work at parties. So long as everyone had some kind of smart device, anyone could pick up and play the simple and addictively fun games.