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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

Sometimes there's a challenge to be had whenever a third-party company comes in to create an official accessory for a console or computer. In the case of Kingston's HyperX division, designing a headset to specifically suit the needs of both

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

Ubisoft is known for blockbuster titles. In 2014, it released Game of the Year South Park: The Stick of Truth. This game happened to be one of the funniest games I have ever played.

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

It's funny how a game tends to be one thing when it is in fact another. One look at SUPERHOT, and you'd be forgiven if it looked like a stylized first-person shooter. Instead what is delivered is one of the