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Dong Nguyen’s Flappy Bird was a sensation, and left in its wake a veritable cavalcade of shameless theft, which can still be seen on the Android and iOS app stores, making it seem like there’ll never be an original idea ever again. (Thank Zeus for games like Monument Valley, for standing out as the vanguard...

In what may urge even the most ardent of older Pokéfans to heave a hearty huh?, The Pokémon Company has recently released the long-maybe-anticipated...

As someone who had the chance to play Super Comboman during its showing at PAX  East 2014, I held high expectations of its final product, as its beta...

I’d first heard of Fates Forever on Penny Arcade, where Gabe (neé Mike Krahulik) lauded its fantastic controls and stunning good graphics for an iPad...

Sony Santa Monica exists in a state of quantum flux. On one hand, it’s (perhaps) best known for producing the God of War series, an exemplar of...

It’s difficult to be hard on a game that takes a stale genre and reinvents it so well. There’s a unique storyline, and challenges that you...

War is an overused theme in entertainment media, and video games in particular are supersaturated with “War is Hell” offerings that do nothing...

I try to keep my ear to the ground regarding indie games, but it’s impossible to keep track of most of them. There’s such an incredible selection...

Stick it to The Man! is now available on PlayStation 4 and is a free download for PlayStation Plus Members. Focusing development mainly on iOS and Android,...

One of the most recent additions to digital gaming is Ubisoft Montreal’s “chef-d’oeuvre” – Child of Light. You play...

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