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Flawed Gems You Should Try Again

Not a very creative title, but in my defense, I've had no coffee yet! I talk about Biomutant, Fable 1 and Black and White 2 in today's episode.

August was one of my most productive months! During that time, I published ten articles. I have to say, I’m enjoying my renewed focus. I’ve been working on a schedule for the coming weeks. While health and time will be a factor in getting these out by the end of September, here’s my current list. […]

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Pokemon Rom Hacks: An Introduction to the Faves!

As much as I enjoy the Pokemon franchise, the third party homebrew community is brilliant! There are hundreds of full games out there, several of which match or even surpass the tradational games. Here are some of my favourites.

Pokemon has dominated the entertainment industry since its creation in the 1990s. The ninety’s really had the coolest stuff. With all the merchandise, fans, television series, movies, and over thirty video games, it’s staggering how dominant it is thirty years later. A while ago, I began a series called: My Personal Journey Through Pokemon, an […]

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New Study Finds Brains Synchronize While Playing Online Games

In the past two years, online gaming and other forms of social contact have grown in popularity. This trend will likely continue as remote working and investments in social technology increase. And a study conducted by scientists at the University of Helsinki found that it’s possible that while playing online games, players are unintentionally communicating […]

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The Breeze Holds a Story - A Poem about Mondstadt (Genshin Impact)

Hey, I actually did another of these poems, this time even feeling more confident calling it one. Good on me! This one is about the country Mondstadt, from the gayme Genshin Impact. Enjoy!

The Breeze Holds a Story – A Poem about Mondstadt (Genshin Impact) Let me tell you a story, of a land most fairLiberty, Feasts, Freedom, you’ll wish you were there… (What, I said the same thing twice?…Ehe) Where the breeze is gentle, the wild in peaceAnd one’s able to sleep under great treesWhere wine is […]

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Gamedev Interview: Moral Anxiety Studio (Roadwarden)

I bring a developer interview with Moral Anxiety Studio today! The creator of immersive text-based RPG Roadwarden, which should go live the time this interview is out!

As I get this ready, it’s a very foggy day here in the UK. You’d think it was Silent Hill out there! It’s a nice break from the horrid humidity, though. I’ve been playing plenty of games lately, and my 2022 GOTY series is ramping up. Right now, I have over thirty games battling it […]

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Reviews and Developer Interviews: My Process

We’re officially in September! While I have several writing projects in the works, I thought I would write something about how my review/interview process works. This year has been my most active yet for writing game articles. While a lot of that has been down to my unemployment and health issues, I just love talking […]

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Indie Corner Episode 19: Exploring the New

I'm planning to do something special for Episode 20. Today though, I review Catizens and Prime of Flames, two cool Early Access titles.

Welcome to Episode 19 of the Indie Corner! September is upon us, which brings us more games to try out. We’re approaching the final quarter of 2022, which means, of course, my GOTY series! I really need to start planning that. I’ve got my eye on several releases due this month. Most of these will […]

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Ballad to Madness - An Elden Ring "Poem"

A short little text about the Frenzied Flame Ending in the newest FromSoftware gayme, Elden Ring

Ballad to Madness A poem… or some sort of lyrical work… about the Frenzied Flame in Elden Ring, because I can never put that gayme down. The Frenzied Flame Ending is probably my favourite of the bunch, so I just wanted to do something for it and since I don’t have time to draw and […]

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Continuing my Journey With the Steam Deck

Hope you're not getting tired of these, because I'm having too much fun with the Steam Deck. Today, I talk about two games from 2015: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Fallout 4's experience on the Steam Deck.

We are officially in September! This year has passed like wildfire, I don’t understand it. It’s been a busy month for me. I’ve massively increased my activity on the website, as you can tell by the articles I published in August. There have been several game dev interviews and reviews, and I still have plenty […]

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Gamedev Interview: Mikhail Sherstennikov (Regiments Developer, Microprose)

I love talking with game developers. Today's interview is with Mikhail Sherstennikov, solo developer of new RTS game Regiments.

This has been a productive summer for me! I hope everyone is keeping okay. One of my favourite publishers of old were Microprose: a giant in the 1980s who specialized in strategy games. After many years of silence, they returned with a vengeance in 2021 with two releases: Highfleet and Carrier Command 2. While they […]

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