Thursday, August 13, 2020

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A product of our increasingly interconnected world, Celeste was created by Canadian Matt Thorson and his team in Vancouver, featuring Brazilian studio MiniBoss’s crafted art and Seattle’s Lena Raine’s new soundtrack. Celeste’s plot is equally universal: Madeline, the game’s protagonist, attempts to climb Mount Celeste, encountering both obstacles and pleasant surprises along the way. However, Madeline suffers from anxiety and...
Gameplay images by Sergio Lopez-Elizondo '21 #1 in Racing on the App Store, the craze of Mario Kart Tour has swept Jez Nation, as hundreds of students are downloading it on their iPads and possibly, but not hopefully, playing it during class-time. As I am writing this at 8:50 P.M. on Wednesday, September 25, Nintendo, an hour ago, released its...
Welcome to the new school year, video game aficionados. Hopefully, you found some new titles over the summer and had the opportunity to revisit some old favorites. One of the games I replayed over the summer is Guacamelee!, and here’s my review of this unique little gem. A side-scrolling Metroidvania with a focus on large arena brawls and challenging platforming...
Return of the Obra Dinn is the second bureaucracy simulator from Lucas Pope, the auteur behind Papers, Please. A game of logic both captivatingly brilliant and fascinatingly unique, Obra Dinn asks its players to analyze minute details in order to solve a vast, interconnected mystery: the fate of the Obra Dinn, an East India Company merchant ship presumed lost...
Wargroove, a spiritual successor to the Advance Wars series, grabs your attention with an upbeat, lighthearted story and an easy-to-learn-but-hard-to-master gameplay. Ultimately, however, the game does not do enough to separate itself from the Advance Wars formula to be worth buying. Wargroove was released on February 1, 2019 by Chucklefish, an independent games developer and publisher based in London. The...
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR01YdFtWFI Factorio is a game about laziness. It’s about getting from point A to point B with as little effort as possible. This seemingly simple task becomes complicated, however, because point B is in space, and you need a rocket to get there. Therefore, you - an unnamed engineer stranded in an unnamed hostile world - must build from scratch a...
Lots of adjectives describe Journey, the 2012 walking simulator game from Los Angeles’ thatgamecompany. Journey is brilliant, captivating, beautiful, breathtaking even. But more than anything else, Journey is unexpected. Unexpected in that its soundtrack was nominated for a Grammy, the first video game nominated in the storied history of the prestigious Recording Academy, and unexpected that Journey would spark...
This new video game just broke records with the highest opening weekend sales in the video game entertainment history according to Forbes. This console exclusive, requiring a massive 88 gigabytes of space on Xbox, is no joke, breaking countless news headlines. So what is this Rockstar game with a 10/10 on IGN and 97% Google like rate? Red Dead Redemption...

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