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Game Review: ‘Elegy for a Dead World’ Encourages Literary Gaming

elegy for a dead world

Literary nerds, brace yourselves. The developers, writers, and artists at Dejobaan Games have finally created the ultimate game for you. Read More »

One in a Million: Would the Rebel Alliance Have a Chance in a Real Galactic Civil War?

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PC Game Preview: ‘Evolve’ from 2K Games

evolve from 2k games

Multi-player fanatics are gong to revel in the fast-paced action, the sci-fi weapons, and the intuitive teamwork. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Defense Grid 2′


'Defense Grid 2' is a terrific and addictive tower defense game that is slightly marred by a weak story. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution’


With fast, fluid combat, stunning visuals and impressive amounts of content, 'Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution' packs a punch. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Lumpini Park’ by Ty Hutchinson


Hiddin in the darkness of the gaming world, a killer awaits. Read More »

Gen Con 2014 Wrap-Up

gen con 2014

The Best Four Days in Gaming are over, but the memories live on. Read More »

Dexterity Game Review: ‘Coconuts’


The Monkey King offers a new dexterity game that is classic as it is clever. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Theory of Fun for Game Design’ by Raph Koster


In many ways, one does not need to be a gamer at all to enjoy the many charms of Raph Koster's 'A Theory of Fun for Game Design.' Read More »

The Nightmarish Interview Before Christmas: Chris Sarandon


Chris Sarandon talks to Blogcritics' Gabe Canada about his projects past and future. Read More »