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Nintendo Announces They Want Adult Content on The Switch

In a surprising announcement, Nintendo has reportedly announced they want more adult geared content on the Switch. This completely has taken many in the industry by surprise as the company has always pushed the family-friendly agenda. Nintendo themselves have barely made any games over the rating of E. Even with some of the darker themes in their games, they still make it so a child can interrupt the world’s more playful light. Read More

5 Games That Will Test Your PC’s Specifications

Games are looking better than ever today, but with that high graphical quality comes high demand from your machine. Any PC gamer will know the cost of putting together a high spec rig is vast and that every couple of years, you’ll probably need to spend a fair bit of money to keep up with the latest and greatest. For those of you lucky enough to have a high spec gaming rig, you might find you can pretty much run any game you like in ultra quality. Read More

5 Games Under $5

We could all use a little extra cash from time to time. Saving money is important as we never quite know what lies around the financial corner. With that said, we could all use a little fun in our life as well. Sometimes on a Friday evening, I love nothing more than to dive into a new video game. That’s great and all, but who can afford to spend $50 or so on a brand new game every weekend, I hear you ask. Read More

5 of The Best Video Game Soundtracks

Just like the movies, Video games have a long history of creating undeniably catchy theme tunes that have you annoying your coworkers by humming all day. Whether it was last nights late gaming session or just something you heard on YouTube, some themes you just can’t get out of your head. But what are the best themes tunes in video games? And what makes one so catchy? Read More

Why You Should Play Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

Harvest Moon is one of the most long-standing simulation franchises in gaming. The series has seen several popular entries released across the years and even some spin offs. The thing about this series is that it has an extremely addictive formula made out of a simple idea of running a farm. While we haven’t had any home console releases for the series in a few years Sony has decided to put two of the games on the PlayStation Store. Read More

South Park The Fractured But Whole Review

South Park The Fractured But Whole is Ubisoft’s second game set in the quiet mountain town and the result is possibly one of the funniest RPGs ever. This time we are swapping the fantasy Lord of the Rings style setting in favor of a Superhero one. What’s presented is a parody-filled adventure; with plenty of gags taking obvious swings at the Hollywood’s oversaturation of the Superhero movie market. Read More

The Best Games to Play with Your Partner

What happens when you don't let her win at Mario Kart. Whether you and your partner are just looking for a date night in or your other half doesn’t quite get video games, there’s something that everyone can enjoy in gaming. There seems to be a stigma and fantasy around so-called ‘gamer girls’. My girlfriend isn’t a video gamer by any means. She enjoys the occasion Sims session now and then, but by and large, she is not an avid video gamer. Read More

Looking Back on the Survival Genre

The survival genre has exploded in popularity in recent years with games such as Ark attracting huge player bases. Survival games are known for their brutal and hard starts that give players more of a challenge than typical triple-A titles. The genre has become so popular in recent years that we are now seeing more of a focus on making more of these games than we are on making FPS’s which reigned over last gen. Read More

Our Favorite Things from Mario 64

Mario 64 is one of the best-known gaming titles to come out in about a decade. This is because this game is still one of the most innovative titles in gaming. With its predecessor, Mario Odyssey coming out on the 27th now is the perfect time to look back at the reasons we loved this game. This article sets out to help prove just how genius this game was for its time and even by today’s gaming standards. Read More

This Week in Gaming #5

This article corresponds to the week of Oct 16, 2017. Welcome back to another edition of our weekly gaming news. October is shaping up nicely and I’m pleased to tell you that some of my most anticipated games of the year are releasing this week. Be sure to check back later this week for reviews of Gran Turismo Sport & South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Besides some of the biggest games of the year releasing this week, we also have plenty of bite-sized stories to tell you about. Read More