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GameLoading: Rise Of The Indies Review: Steady On

While each individual component of GameLoading: Rise of the Indies is a well-produced and intriguing parcel, the gestalt fails to find a unique or even consistent thread to bind them all together. It’s more accurately an interwoven set of interviews concerning general indie game development. Yet with some knowledge of the industry, you can make […]

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Pushing Blood In Bloodborne

While I’ve yet to finish Bloodborne, I can tell you that it’s well worth your time. It somehow both refines what you’ve come to appreciate (I won’t say love because fuck Souls games) and usurps your expectations from Dark Souls. And From Software does it with just two simple changes. In getting through Dark Souls […]

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Nature Of The Battle

Good Versus Evil. It’s an archetype known so well that it barely evokes anything from that vacuous pit you call a soul despite being a fundamental concept in storytelling, moral development, and basically everything else in life. But it’s precisely because it’s so ingrained that it often fails to inspire. That’s one of the more […]

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