Hey, New York Times, Leave Those Kids Alone

Another day, another bit of fear-mongering about video games. On Saturday, The New York Times ran a piece on the rise of screen time among children. Chief among this article’s concerns was the fact that kids have begun to play more video games during the pandemic and are growing too attached to their screens. “There will be a period of […]

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Why These Should Be The Next New Pokemon Types

Currently, we are on the eighth generation of Pokemon. After its release in 1996, the Pokemon fanbase has only grown, and we’ve experienced seven new generations since its beginning. In the original games, we started off with 15 Pokemon types: normal, fire, water, grass, electric, ice, fighting, poison, ground, flying, psychic, bug, rock, ghost, and dragon. With the addition of […]

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The Biggest Stories Of The Week (January 11-17)

Between the Battlefront 2 fiasco and The Rise of Skywalker, it felt as if Star Wars was on the decline as a franchise. The Mandalorian helped restore my faith, though, even if the CGI corpse of young Mark Hamill still haunts me in my dreams. If the Lucasfilm Games experiment pans out, then maybe the Star Wars video games can […]

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Fellow Traveller Is Setting Itself Up To Be A Publisher To Watch In 2021

Fellow Traveller – an indie publisher that highlights narrative-driven titles – was already a well-known publisher prior to 2020. However, the increased success of last year’s Ludonarracon brought the label to the forefront of the indie scene, offering up plenty of titles for indie fanatics to be excited about, such as Paradise Killer and Wayward Strand. Although this year’s Ludonarracon doesn’t […]

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