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Simulators often rise and fall on their ability to deliver a somewhat authentic experience. That’s the popular thinking at least, but what if it isn’t exactly ...

Some games, gleefully, escape classification. Then there are games like NGU IDLE that are not hard to place in a genre but nearly impossible to describe with ...

Infinity Ward’s reboot of the Modern Warfare series, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) is a great mixture of everything that makes these games work as well ...

Before World of Warcraft, there was EverQuest. Then, after that in the same year in which WoW was released (2004), came EverQuest II, the follow-up to one of ...

Have you ever wondered about what really scares you? In The Watson-Scott Test, you not only find out more about your darkest fears, but you also explore them ...

Gundam is to anime as bread is to a sandwich. And while the two often remind one of the other, that doesn’t mean that the video games are equally iconic. Often ...

Puzzle adventure games don’t always have to be a Tetris clone- they can also be about epic, world-changing events...that happen to take place during the more ...

Visual novels are some of the most beautiful, well-written games out there. Too bad not enough people play them. But for those that do, and those select few ...

Visual novel adventure games are a tough sell for the majority of gamers, and that’s a shame because titles like Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc demonstrate ...

It’s hard to imagine Call of Duty having a rough road but the first PS4 and current-gen outing for the series in the form of Ghosts was just that. Though not a ...

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