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Wayward Manor Review: Haunting, and Not In A Good Way

Wayward Manor Review: Haunting, and Not In A Good Way

Wayward Manor sees you take on the role of an angry, nameless spirit who teams up with the spirit of the manor itself to haunt and drive away the twisted selfish family that has taken up residence. Read on for our full review. »

Wasteland 2 Beta Preview: Into the Desert

Wasteland 2 Beta Preview: Into the Desert

Eric's extensive time with the Wasteland 2 beta reveals the robust tactical cRPG that fans have been waiting for. »

The State of Betas

The State of Betas

Eric Watson and Fergus Halliday sit down to talk shop about the state of betas and debate their role in games development today. »

Who’s That Game – The Body Changer

Who’s That Game – The Body Changer

Aaron plays The Body Changer, an adventure of swapping SynB's and lighting up buttons with old Sega Genesis motion controllers. »

Sights and Sounds: Making UbiArt with Neil Devine

Sights and Sounds: Making UbiArt with Neil Devine

We talk with game programmer Neil Devine, one of the minds behind Rayman, Child of Light, and the sound of UbiArt Framework. »

Quest for Infamy Review: Returning to Glory

Quest for Infamy Review: Returning to Glory

Quest for Infamy is an enjoyable retro-style adventure that can proudly stand amongst the Sierra series it lovingly recreates. »

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Cry Wolf Review

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Cry Wolf Review

Cry Wolf is an episode that ultimately tops of the series with a high note, though for some it may fall short of the high expectations that the series premiere set last October. Read on for our full review. »

What the Gaming Industry Can Learn From the American Dream

What the Gaming Industry Can Learn From the American Dream

Celebrating another American Independence Day with a look at the "American Dream" and how the gaming industry can learn from its promotion of equality. »

Shovel Knight Review: Sharpen Thy Shovel

Shovel Knight Review: Sharpen Thy Shovel

We review the long-delayed, Kickstarted platformer and find a game that feels right at home with the best of the NES's catalogue. »

Magic, Illusion, and The Adjacent With Christopher Priest

Magic, Illusion, and The Adjacent With Christopher Priest

We catch up with author of The Prestige, Christopher Priest, on his latest in illusion and fantasy with twists and turns of The Adjacent. »

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