The Story of the Touhou Sensation

Jan 13, 2015 No Comments by

This article I wrote originally appeared in PC Gamer #268. This is a link to their post on the website.

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Day 1 of Evo 2014 Champion Series begins

Jul 11, 2014 No Comments by

The largest annual fighting game tournament is officially underway. Running two streams over the three-day duration, the best players in the world will compete for the most prestigious title in fighting game tournaments. Eight games, including Super Smash Bros. Melee and Ultra Street Fighter IV, will  be streamed. For players unfamiliar with Evo, or the fighting game […]

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Steam Summer Sale Kicks Off!

Jun 19, 2014 No Comments by

As predicted, the annual Steam Summer Sale has began. Running June 19-30, every Steam user has three weeks in which to wire their life’s savings to Valve.

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Steam Summer Sale reportedly to run June 19th-30th

Jun 11, 2014 No Comments

Online payment system Paysafe has leaked the Steam Summer Sale’s duration on their site: June 19th to June 30th. A couple days ago, some Steam users reported finding “mysterious trading cards” among their other drops. Last year’s summer sale was accompanied with trading cards and badges as well, which also arrived roughly a week before the […]

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Excellence in Sound Design, Part 1: Cha-Ching

Jun 11, 2014 No Comments

Excellence in Sound Design is a small series looking to recognize one of the most overlooked parts of games. From shotguns to soundtracks, we’ll be taking a look at some of gaming’s most deserving sounds.

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The Mindset of Teaching Games: Ego Vs. Learning

Jun 06, 2014 No Comments

“C’mon, help me out over here!” I’d imagined co-op play in Quake 2 to be a lot more, well, fun, but somewhere along the way, it turned into a game of yelling, cat-herding, and looking over at each other’s screen, with a super shotgun in there somewhere.

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First Look: 0RBITALIS

Jun 01, 2014 No Comments

After slamming my satellite into the sun a couple times, I was pleasantly surprised to see it graze the hexagonal star’s rim and sail back around, swing between a few passing asteroids, and subsequently back into the sun – this time, from a different angle.

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Coup de Grâce: Blade Symphony Review

May 25, 2014 No Comments

This article I wrote originally appeared in PC Gamer #266. This is a link to their post on the website.

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Pay to Win: Free to Play Review

Apr 06, 2014 No Comments

This article originally appeared in The Ithacan Vol 81 Issue 24. This is a link to their post on the website.

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A Cut Above: Nidhogg Review

Apr 06, 2014 No Comments

This article originally appeared in The Ithacan Vol 81 Issue 17. This is a link to their post on the website.

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