Ready At Dawn Announce New Game Next Week 

Ready At Dawn were one of the first developers to sign with Gamestop's new publishing company GameTrust. Since the hype surrounding their last release, The Order: 1886, fell horrifically flat on day one the devs have been hard at work on their phoenix project.  The news was broken by Tony Bartel, GameStop COO however we... Continue Reading →

Review – Life Goes On: Done To Death

With a cutesy art style that juxtaposes its brutally heartless gameplay mechanic, Life Goes On: Done To Death explores everything the name suggests. Survival is pretty hardwired into the human brain, nearly (if not everything in some form or another) we do is geared toward this evolutionary need to just keep going. So playing Life Goes On:... Continue Reading →

The Gamification of Snapchat

Disclaimer: This is not an attack on Snapchat. I love Snapchat and live both on it and shamefully vicariously through others' stories. Studying English, you quickly learn that everything can be considered a narrative. I decide to pick up a pen, i look at the pen, i reach over to the pen, and I pick... Continue Reading →

5 Video Game Consoles You Never Knew Existed

The last three decades of the 20th century were a hard time if you weren't Nintendo, Sony, Sega, or Atari. While the monster consoles dominated the market, several young hopefuls tried their hand in the console arena and were crushed under the weight of their competition. Panasonic M2 It was pretty ballsy to advertise your... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Alice VR

Taking inspiration from the weird and warped world of Alice in Wonderland, Alice VR seeks to place players in a totally new environment and watch as they explore its idiosyncrasies and magic. Described as an “interactive sci-fi journey exploring the power of virtual reality”, the title has been greenlit on Steam and comes from Polish... Continue Reading →

Ecotone Review

Taking place between these two biological communities then, the character's search for his own identity becomes particularly poignant. It's a search for identity through opposites - if I am not that, then what am I. What makes you, you? Aside from the cellular make up of your physical body. The puzzle platformer has been around... Continue Reading →

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