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God of War (Review)

The God of War franchise started its life over ten years ago, and it stayed fairly consistent for that span of time. It wasn’t until this new release that they decided to take the series in a different direction. Having the same name as the first game, it’s pretty obvious that the intention was to reinvent. But God of War doesn’t […]

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Minit (Review)

Minit is a collaboration between a handful of different indie developers that forces the player to complete tasks 60 seconds at a time. A cursed sword that you find on a beach kills you every minute, and it’s up to you to figure out what to do with your limited time. That idea turned me off when I first heard […]

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (Review)

Back in 2013, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch made a home in the hearts of those who played it. The collaboration between Level-5 and Studio Ghibli birthed an incredible and charming adventure. That’s why, when they announced its sequel, we knew the wait would be a long one. Revenant Kingdom is a great game that addresses most […]

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Opening Videos Released for the Persona Dancing Games

The release date for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night is approaching fast. Atlus has been pumping out character trailers lately, and now we can finally watch the opening animations for both games. There is no release date for the west, but the games will be coming out in Japan on May 24 for PS4 and Vita.

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OMORI Demo Available for Kickstarter Backers

OMOCAT‘s surreal horror RPG finally has a demo out. It’s only available for backers of their Kickstarter campaign. If you didn’t have a chance to donate, you won’t be able to play before the game comes out. OMORI has been in development for a few years now. Hopefully, the release of a demo means it’s getting closer to launch. In their […]

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According to Best Buy, Valkyria Chronicles 4 Will be Coming Out September 28

The official website states that Valkyria Chronicles 4 is coming to the west in the fall of this year. The September 28 release date listed on Best Buy fits that time frame perfectly. However, the dates on Amazon and Best Buy are conflicting. According to Amazon, it’s releasing October 16. There hasn’t been an official word yet, so who knows if either […]

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Spyro: Reignited Trilogy Releasing in September

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy has finally been confirmed only one day after the strange Amazon Mexico listing for it. The trailer showed off the redone graphics, and it’s looking great! All three games from the original trilogy have been remade from the ground up. While they didn’t show a specific date, they did mention the game will be out in September of […]

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Amazon Mexico Lists Spyro: Reignited Trilogy

The Spyro the Dragon (Falcon Mcbob) Twitter account is no longer private. They recently tweeted “good times “to the Crash Bandicoot account with a pretty strange image of Crash attached. What does this mean? Well, the other day, IGN received a strange letter in the mail from @SpyrotheDragon. So it seems like they’re continuing with their cryptic marketing campaign. Amazon […]

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Marvel’s Spider-Man Will Be Released September 7 on PS4

We’ve been waiting for a release date for quite some time now, and we finally have it! Spider-Man will be coming out September 7 exclusively on PlayStation 4.   The regular edition of the game will cost $59.99 USD/$79.99 CAD. The Digital Deluxe Edition will cost $79.99 USD/$99.99 CAD.    The collector’s edition includes all the DLC from the Digital […]

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The Gaming Days on YouTube

I made a YouTube channel! I love the idea of video reviews, and expanding the site might help it gain a larger following. Currently, the only video up is for the review of the Shadow of the Colossus remake, but I’m planning on doing a lot more.

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Owlboy is Coming to PS4 and Xbox One

For those of you holding out on Owlboy so you can play with trophy support or achievements, you’re in luck! The game is finally coming to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on April 10. Back in November of last year, D-Pad Studio announced that their game was coming to consoles, but didn’t say which ones. It ended up coming […]

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5 Indie Games I Discovered On Twitter

Browsing Twitter may seem like a chore nowadays. The excess of hate and complaining on the site can seem off-putting for some. Sometimes, while using it, I wonder why I even bother. But then I remember all the independent game developers that put a ton of time and effort into promoting their projects. I’ve found a lot of quality gems on […]

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New Square-Enix Studio Headed by Hajime Tabata

The director of Final Fantasy XV will be heading a brand new studio at Square-Enix, with the goal of creating AAA titles. The name of the studio is Luminous Productions which is similar to the name of the game engine used for Final Fantasy XV, Luminous Studio. Tabata isn’t the only member of the Final Fantasy XV development team working for this studio. Several other core […]

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INSIDE Developer Teases Next Project With New Concept Art

Earlier this year, Playdead posted an image to their Twitter saying “Thanks for your warm reception of INSIDE. Since release, Playdead founder Arnt Jensen and the team have been working on the next adventure.” The concept art shows a stranded man staring off at a distant explosion. It’s intriguing, to say the least. Recently they tweeted that they’re looking for help […]

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Celeste (Review)

Celeste is a game that I knew I would enjoy a great deal before I started playing. My history with Matt Makes Games’ action party game, Towerfall Ascension is a very positive one. With a similar art style and gameplay, and a focused narrative this time around, I was sold on their new game. What I didn’t expect was to be […]

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Valkyria Chronicles (Review)

It’s been ten years since the original release of Valkyria Chronicles on the PlayStation 3. With a new game in the franchise on the way, I figured there was no better time than now to hop in Valkyria Chronicles on the PlayStation 4 is impressive on almost every level. A unique JRPG that blends turn-based strategy with third-person shooting is […]

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Why I Love Dungeons & Dragons

Let me start things off by saying that I’m, what most would call, a Dungeons & Dragons noob. I only started playing a little over a year ago, after my group of friends concluded their first campaign. You see, the game was always intimidating for me. I’m a naturally shy person, and the idea of learning a completely new thing with […]