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First Impressions from the Surprisingly Great Concord Closed Beta

Live service skeptic Iain took part in the Concord closed beta this weekend and was utterly pleasantly surprised. Check out his first impressions on a game many people have written off before it’s even launched.

Batman: Arkham Origins – The Forgotten Gem

Batman Arkham Origins is often seen as the black sheep in the series. It's time to put some respect on its name.

Platinum Trophies That Took Years Off Our Lives

Every PSN trophy hunter loves a platinum trophy, but sometimes it just isn’t worth it. Join Thomas and Iain as they recount the platinum trophies that took years off their lives.

Why I’m Hopeful for Dragon Age: The Veilguard

Dragon Age: The Veilguard has been revealed, and reactions have been mixed, but sometimes, a little time can help you see things clearly. Join Thomas Richards as he explains why he’s hopeful for the next game in the series.

Smite Evil, The Way Priests Were Meant To! Graven Game Review

Grab your Staff and holy weapons of war. There’s evil to quell in the dark-fantasy FPS action adventure, Graven.
by Dan Morris | June 27, 2024 | , , , ,

Why “The PS5 has No Games” Argument is Nonsense

The narrative around the gaming world keeps circling back to “The PS5 has no games.” Let me tell you why that argument is nonsense, and why people describing the PS5 library as empty are equally empty… in the head.
by Iain McParland | June 26, 2024 | ,

From 8-Bit to HD: Does the New CONTRA Capture the Magic of the Original

Guess who’s back? Back again? Contra’s back. Tell all your friends with lower back pain. Trust me, if they played the first one, they worry about that. We dive into the rebooted CONTRA: Operation Galuga, and we wonder if it's still the same old Contra, or did we lose something along the way? Let's talk about it …

Blumhouse Games and Outersloth Steal the Show at Summer Game Fest

Iain’s highlight of Summer Game Fest was the announcements of two new indie game publishers, Blumhouse Games and Outersloth. We break down the games announced at SGF coming from the new players in the market.
by Iain McParland | June 24, 2024 | , , , ,

Tunic: The Perfect Blend of Zelda Nostalgia and Souls-like Challenge

I FINALLY played Tunic. Join Jordan as he goes into detail about why he can’t believe he missed out on this gem for so long!

From Fear to Fascination: My Journey With Steelrising’s Mechanical Marvels

Steelrising was a game released by Spiders in 2022. Join Brandy as she takes a quick look at why you might like to go back and try this fun little game that takes place in a seriously dark alternate history.
by Brandy Brown | June 15, 2024 | , , , ,
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Sweet Home – Final Season Review

Sweet Home’s final season dropped on Netflix, and it is time to talk about it. Did we get the ending we wanted and the characters deserved? Read on to find out!
by Art of Lily KJuly 23, 2024
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