Red Dead Redemption 2 Could be the Next Step in Open World Gameplay

Nothing makes a fictional, video game world feel more alive than seeing the effects and consequences of your decisions play out across the landscape. According to journalist Geoff Keighley, who recently went hands-on with Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games’ newest installment in their Western series might be the next step in the evolution of the open world genre.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Review (PS4)

In 2013, Crystal Dynamics and publisher Square Enix began their attempt at delivering a trilogy that fans of the series would be proud to play. After experiencing Shadow of the Tomb Raider it’s apparent that they have succeeded in providing fans of the series a satisfying conclusion which puts an emphasis on Lara’s narrative; a narrative that has been building over the course of the rebooted trilogy.

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Netflix's The Witcher Casting Controversy (Not Really)

About a week ago, we were given the first major news update for Netflix's upcoming The Witcher adaptation.  The news primarily focused on the casting of two major characters from the franchise, and in a surprise to LITERALLY NO ONE, fans took to the internet to voice their displeasure.  I’m here to put in my two cents on the decisions and see if it really is worth all the uproar it has generated (SPOILER: It’s not).

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Review

Since Arkham Asylum hit the shelves in August of 2009, Rocksteady and the Caped Crusader have sat atop the peak of the superhero game mountain. After spending more hours than I care to admit web-slinging through a beautifully rendered New York City, I can confidently say that Spider-Man has succeeded in becoming the standard bearer for how an open world, superhero adventure should be constructed.

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The Messenger: The Ombra Review

From frantic aerial boss fights to secret levels accessed through time-travel, this part-retro-platformer-part-metroidvania provides hours of non-stop nostalgic fun, and consistently subverts expectations along the way. Backed by a flawless chiptune soundtrack by the supremely talented RainbowdragoneyesThe Messenger serves as a stunning benchmark in the evolution of indie game development.

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Sabotage Studio Interview: The Messenger at PAX West

Five months after we chatted with the creator of The Messenger, Thierry Boulanger, Manny caught up with him again at PAX West in Seattle. A lot has changed since April including Thierry's childhood dream becoming a reality when The Messenger released on August 30th, on Nintendo Switch and Steam.

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