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ADACA Impressions Review: A True Hidden Gem              

With its impressive depth, myraid of game modes and excellent visual design, ADACA is one of the coolest FPS's you'll play this year.

The ‘Boomer Shooter’ genre has ramped up in recent years. The golden era of DOOM, Unreal Tournament, Quake, and Wolfenstein was an incredibly happy time for many, and they are still being played to this day. No wonder so many indie developers have risen to the occasion, releasing a slew of titles designed to feed […]

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Gamedev Interview: Dave Frampton (Sapiens)

I’ve been covering a lot of games lately. One of my favorite parts of being involved in this industry is getting to talk to like-minded people, and I have a ton of respect for anyone who makes a game. This industry is tough, ya’ll! … I’m not going to say ya’ll again. Oops. While I’ve […]

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Exploring Uncharted Waters: Experimenting with The Steam Deck

If there is one thing the Steam Deck is excelling at, it is allowing me to play some of my gigantic game library. Welcome to another part of my Steam Deck series! I’ve owned the device for over a month now, and it’s become part of my daily routine. One nice thing to do has […]

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Indie Corner Episode 16: Old and New

As I write today’s indie installment, the rain is coming down in buckets outside. It makes me appreciate some of the nicer things in life, especially when I don’t get caught out in the downpour! We’re on Episode 16 of this series I started late last year, and I’m appreciative of all the support and […]

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Indie Corner Episode 15: Feelin' Hot Hot Hot!

We’re back with another episode of the Indie Corner! We’ve just come through a massive heatwave here locally. I tell you, no air conditioning isn’t fun! I’m slowly getting back with these gaming opinions and impression reviews. I still have a rather large library to make my way through. From keeping track of my gaming […]

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Gamedev Interview: James Wragg (Creator of Dread Delusion!)

I’m back with a new game dev interview! This one was unfortunately a bit delayed. I’ve just come through a horrific heatwave here in the UK; temps hit 37 celsius where I live. Might not sound too bad, but we don’t have AC, nor do we have any infrastructure really designed for this heat. It […]

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Indie Corner Episode 14: Summer Is Here!

Well, summer has arrived. As I write this, it’s a hot day here in the UK and I’m melting. But it’s just a nice excuse to have ice cream and play some more games! I’m back with another episode of the Indie Corner! Just two games will be covered today, but both of these are […]

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Gamedev Interview: Lioncode Games

I’m back! It’s been a busy time for me recently. First of all, my Steam Deck arrived! I will be working on some articles for this at some point, but I wanted to show off a gamedev interview today. This one is with Sergio, solo dev of the awesome mech roguelike known as Mech Armada. […]

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Indie Corner Episode 13: More Early Access Goodness!

It’s me again with another episode of the Indie Corner! The Steam Summer sale is right upon us, and I have my new Steam Deck on the way. You can bet quite a lot of cash I’ll be doing some reviews and articles on Valve’s greatest invention since Half-Life, but I just need to be […]

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The Halfway Point: Games I've Played Recently!

We’re halfway through the year! Sure, we’ve had some slowdown in major releases lately, but this is already turning out to be a strong year for gaming. At least I do, anyway!. I was going through all my documentation for 2022’s games I’ve played, and the number of solid titles is staggering. While I had […]

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