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Moonlighter | PAX East 2017

by Oscar Venturaon March 15, 2017
As the tagline for the game goes, ‘Every adventure has to pay off’. Ever wonder where the merchant in your game gets his wares? Moonlighter has the answer to that!
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Hand of Fate 2 | PAX East 2017

by Oscar Venturaon March 15, 2017
A game I was surprised by at a previous PAX is back with a sequel! Defiant Development gave us a sneak peak at their latest project, Hand of Fate 2. If you have not played the first, be warned there are spoilers directly after the jump!

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Disconnect with Ace: Castle Assault

by Juan Malaveon May 11, 2016
Tabletop games have become the underground of gaming, buried beneath the digital world we’re in. Video games have cast a shadow over tabletop gaming, keeping them in the darkness causing the endangerment of these games and making them irrelevant to those who enjoy their entertainment by pressing buttons. I credit tabletops with helping in the […]
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PAX East 2016 – SEVEN: The Days Long Gone

by Oscar Venturaon April 28, 2016
Talk about a surprise! Going into SEVEN without knowing what it was and with developers Fool’s Theory only showing concept art made me even more curious.

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PAX East 2016 – Dungeon Punks

by Juan Malaveon April 22, 2016
A world in which corrupted corporations are trying to take over. Taking advantage of those poor hard working souls. I know it sounds just like everyday like here on earth but these are the tough times at Dungeon Punks’ world. This is a RPG with tag-team capabilities. What does that exactly mean you ask? You […]

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Epistory – Typing Chronicles Review

by Oscar Venturaon March 31, 2016
Epistory - Typing Chronicles by Fishing Cactus is an adventure typing game which tells the story of a writer who is lacking inspiration so seeks the help of a muse (you) to write her latest book. As you're exploring the origami-like world, the story narrated through the writer's mind, shown on by the writing on the pages, or in this case the world you're walking around. Stories are also told through the magic you uncover and the puzzles you solve.
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Bravely Second: End Layer Demo – First Impressions

by Juan Malaveon March 17, 2016
Oh, the agonizing torture that is brought upon by a RPG. You know the countless hours to develop your characters and unfold a story, then getting lost in your own progress from forgetting where you left off. It’s as if we are masochists, we suffer through the hardships yet we enjoy it so we go […]

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Hero and Daughter+ Review

by Alan Wongon February 18, 2016
Hero and Daughter+ is a rogue-like, turn-base RPG game where the player is reduced from a legendary level to a measly level one character. Your character is not able to level up and relies on provocative daughters (girls) that you can summon and will fight by your side. The game also features an upgradable town […]
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Why I Cancelled Loot Crate!

by Oscar Venturaon August 13, 2014
Identifying yourself as a nerd or geek is now easier than ever. Which is ironic, because just a few years ago, nerds were the kids that were constantly made fun of.