A Parents guide to the ESRB Rating System


In the United State, since the horrific events of the 1999 Columbine school shooting, the United States has seen a significant uptick in attacks on schools by students who attend, attended, or are in some way associated with people of that school. While in general, violent crime statistics show a decline from say the 1980’s […]

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Exploring Diversity In Gaming: Games By Black Developers


Originally, I was going to be writing an article on the history of the RPG genre. Recent events have changed this, and I feel a very strong conviction that instead, I need to write something a bit more relevant to today’s climate. Since November/December of last year, everything seems to be in a complete downward […]

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Cardaclysm: Action RPGs meet COLLECTIBLE Card Battles


On December 31st, 1996, the RPG genre of games was forever changed, and western RPGs had found its golden child. We’re now almost 24 years removed from this date. On this date, an entirely new genre of video games was birthed by Blizzard North, a team that is no longer around, but their contributions to […]

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Review: She Dreams Elsewhere (PC)


Indie games often don’t get a lot of clout but are most commonly the games that explore things that AAA companies (big gaming developers) are unwilling to tackle. With the current climate (Late May, early June 2020) I felt a strong urge to celebrate indie games developed by the least represented group in the gaming […]

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Playstation 5 Event Review


Play Has No Limits. This is the new trademarked phrase that Sony has for the PlayStation 5. And oh boy, is it an accurate slogan. On June 11th, 2020 Sony dropped a showcase that gave us a mix of big-name studios, indie developers, a teaser of the PS5 user interface, and the physical design of […]

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The Music That Pulled You In


Bass! How low can you go? Death row, what a brother knows Once again, back is the incredible The rhyme animal The uncannable D, Public Enemy Number One Five-O said, “Freeze!” and I got numb These lyrics are from one of the first times I really grasped the soundtrack on a video game. I want […]

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Retro Revisited: Chip's Challenge


The following is a post from one of our new writers, James. He wrote a review on a retro game to start off, and below is a little more information on him. Enjoy! I am ShinyKamon, most people call me Shiny, some Kamon, a few know me as Bon, but my given name is James. […]

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