PAX East 2019: Falcon Age Interview with Eka

This weekend the team spent some time at PAX East in Boston, MA. Steve went hands on with the upcoming PS4 and PSVR exclusive from Outer Loop Games, Falcon Age, and interviewed the game’s creator, Eka. Tune in as Eka talks about the inspiration behind the game, and what we can expect when players get their hands on Falcon Age on April 9, 2019.

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PAX East Spotlight: Foundation

By far my favorite aspect of PAX East 2019 (my very first) was talking with as many Indie developers as I could about the wonderfully lovely games they’ve been working on. One such game I got to enjoy at PAX was Foundation, a medieval city-builder currently in early access on Steam, developed and published by Polymorph games.

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PlayStation State of Play: Impressions

Yesterday, PlayStation hosted their first attempt at a Nintendo Direct style announcement with State of Play. The nearly 20-minute video highlighted lesser known games that are slated to release later this year, with an emphasis on PlayStation VR titles. A quick search of “State of Play,” on Twitter dot com will show you that the reactions to the inaugural State of Play were largely mixed.

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A Sad Tale of Devotion

As mentioned in a previous article, I am an absolute baby and cannot stand to play horror games alone. I decided it was time to buckle down and give a scary game a try on Twitch. Devotion had just been released with a wave of positive reviews. Determined to tackle at least one scary game, I purchased it and allowed everyone to experience my terror first hand.

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Anthem: Review (PS4)

Ever since the industry caught a glimpse of EA and BioWare’s newest IP, Anthem, the discussion surrounding the game, both positive and negative, hasn’t stopped. From being wowed by the stunning flight mechanics of the Javelins, to scratching our heads trying to figure out just exactly when we could play the game, one thing has been abundantly clear: people, myself included, love talking about Anthem.

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Kingdom Hearts 3: Review

I have been a fan of the franchise ever since the release of Kingdom Hearts. I went through a very difficult time in my life when that game came out and it was my escape mechanism. When I got my hands on Kingdom Hearts II, I was amazed and it remains one of my favorite video games to the day. Keeping in mind that I haven’t played all of the spin-off games (which are actually relevant to the story, but we’ll cover that in a bit), I knew that going into KH3 I would need some sort of refresher. Two hours worth of lore videos later, I was ready to boot up that disc.

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Far Cry New Dawn: Review

When Far Cry New Dawn was announced at The Game Awards, I was very intrigued to go back to Hope County about 20 years after the end of Far Cry 5. This was a chance for them to provide closure to an otherwise flat ending, as well as provide fans of the series more reason to enjoy the open-world action that Far Cry is known for. What New Dawn turns out to be, is one of the best installments in the entire franchise.

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Apex Legends: The Review (PC)

I dislike the battle royale genre. I loved Titanfall 2. So when these two worlds collided, I was overcome with a both cautious and bubbling enthusiasm. After many hours of playing Apex Legends both solo and in a squad of friends, I'm excited to report that my cautious and bubbling enthusiasm has not subsided.

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