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Most Anticipated Zombie Video Games of 2018

Just like the creatures that it features, the zombie genre just won’t die. Although there are select zombie video games that have garnered a lot of praises, the market these days has become saturated with so many subpar zombie titles. For reference, see our review of Arizona Sunshine for PSVR, a disappointingly half-baked zombie VR […]

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Tony’s Top Five Games of 2017

Wow. What a year 2017 has been. Amiright. Even if it wasn’t the best one I’ve had personally (or the best one America has had), we can all agree it was a God damn great year for gaming and especially a God damn great year for Nintendo! We had two incredible games launch within the […]

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Daney’s Top Games of 2017

It’s that time of the year again, and BOY what a year it’s been. 2017 certainly hasn’t been kind in a lot of aspects, but, if nothing else, its been a hell of a journey in the gaming world. Peppered in throughout the year, we’ve seen a variety of thrilling releases and announcements, with the […]

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Tristan’s 2017 Game Of The Year

In a year that was otherwise garbage (for a number of reasons), 2017 was an exceptional year for videogames. An absolutely insane number of games showed up this year, and unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to love them all. Some games I’ve played only a little and can’t consider as a contender, or just […]

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2017 Bit Awards Coverage

Last night Antonio and I attended the Bit Awards in the Tishman Auditorium at The New School in NYC where over 31 games were on show! The game devs were there to be celebrated for the sheer skill and talent (not to mention hours) that went into these amazing titles! After the jump, we’ll list […]

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Play NYC 2017: Games to Look Out For

The first ever Play NYC video game convention has wrapped up this weekend here in New York and the turnout for year one was damn impressive. As I walked the three floors jam packed with video games, I couldn’t help but take in the breadth of diversity in ages, races, and games. After all the […]

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An Interview With Playcrafting’s Dan Butchko

I’ve attended Playcrafting events quite a few times here in New York after my buddy Bobby Canciello told me about it. The gist of Playcrafting is a gathering of devs from all over NY showing off their wares, networking with one another, learning tips and tricks, and getting attention. It’s a one-stop-shop for putting one’s […]

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A peek behind the ping: An interview with Nick Dvas of

Hello Nick, I’m pleased to have been given a chance to speak with you about something I’ve been interested in for a long time: Mobile Gaming and the world of online support. Many of my absolute favorite titles for iOS and Android are downloaded hundreds of thousands of times at launch, and increasingly have an […]

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