Monthly Archives: October 2013

Dragon’s Crown Review – Dungeon Partying

I’m a big fan of dungeon crawlers, role-playing games and fantasy settings – they’re basically my three favorite things. Suffice it to say that the premise of Dragon’s Crown, accented by the wonderfully detailed and vibrant art style, is aimed … Continue reading

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GX Gaming’s Manticore Keyboard Review – Bright Ideas

Every one in a while, a device comes along that completely changes the way you play games. The inclusion of the analog stick allowed for full 360 degree control in 3D games, disc-based formats greatly expanded the storage capacity and … Continue reading

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Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs Review – Terrifyingly Shallow

“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” These words, first coined by H.P. Lovecraft back in 1927, permeate throughout the Amnesia series and serve as … Continue reading

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SlimStar T8020 Wireless Keyboard Review – Simplified Portability

Small, portable keyboards are extremely useful for not just tablets, but laptops as well. If you’re the type of person that travels a lot or uses your laptop hooked up with external monitors in the workplace (like I do) a … Continue reading

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Podcast Remembering Hiroshi Yamauichi and Looking to the Future

There are few men that meant as much to the gaming industry as Hiroshi Yamauchi. In light of his recent passing, Jakejames Lugo, Richard Bailey and I talk about the legacy of the game and the future of his former company. Not only did … Continue reading

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