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Soul, Souless, and Demon’s Souls

Demon’s Souls was released on February 5th, 2009. Across the board, it saw an average of 9/10 reviews. Demon’s Souls was then remastered...

Dark Souls III: A Lesson In Immersive Worldbuilding

I think Dark Souls III is one of the most fascinating and immersive games I have ever played. This is a strange claim for...

Why You Should be Playing Shapez.io | Review

If you like creating stuff, puzzles, or have enjoyed Factorio, I highly recommend shapez.io Shapez.io is a game all about factories, which produce and combine...

Games to Play in September | Heavyshelf Select

Heavyshelf Select is a series of articles that curates and chooses games based on their quality in art style, gameplay, depth, innovations in gaming...

Get Hitman for Free on the Epic Games Store

For a limited time you can head over to the Epic Games Store and get a digital copy of Hitman, as well as the...

Dungeons and Dota: Creating Abaddon

Abaddon is classified as a melee Strength hero whose roles are Support/Carry/Durable. Using a mix of healing, protection, and damage abilities, Abaddon is a...

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom | Review

As a preface, I would like to say that I have not played Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, and therefore I...

Celeste | Review

Celeste, winner of “Best Independent Game” award from The Game Awards 2018 and from the creators of Towerfall: Ascension, came out early in the...

Ashen: Dark Souls Lite worth your Attention | Review

Demon Souls and Dark Souls hearkened in an era of pattern-and-stamina based combat; you have a limited amount of stamina to use in combat...

GRIS: An Interactive Masterpiece | Review

Warning: This review will contain spoilers. Captivating. That’s the first word that comes to mind when I try to describe the experience that is...

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Why You Should be Playing Shapez.io | Review

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Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom | Review

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