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Christian’s Top 10 Games of 2018

Christian’s Top 10 Games of 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, it’s a great time to reflect on what the year has brought us. With a few titles that were sure to shine, there were a few gems that seemed to have come out of nowhere. Although I wasn’t able to get to as many games as I had wished, this year still was a great year for gaming. On to my top 10!

Theresa’s Top 10 Games of 2018

Theresa’s Top 10 Games of 2018

It’s another year done and the games I played were not disappointing (except Sushi Striker). As a matter of fact, there are several surprisingly deep titles.

God of War and Grief

God of War and Grief

Grief is a monster you cannot kill. You have to find a way to live with it. I avoided God of War for a long time because I wasn’t ready to play a character that was so casual about death.

A Decade of Defense Grid

A Decade of Defense Grid

December 8th, 2008 was the launch date for Defense Grid: The Awakening. Ten years ago, it took the Tower Defense genre and gave it the treatment of a high-production value game. It’s seen a sequel, several expansions, and even a board game. It’s a game that I spent hundreds of hours playing, and continue to play to this day. To celebrate the game’s Anniversary, I sat down with Jeff Pobst, founder and CEO of Hidden Path Entertainment to chat about […]

E3 2018 Preview: Microsoft

E3 2018 Preview: Microsoft

We take a look at what to expect from Microsoft’s E3 2018 Press Conference as they try to get back on track with their first-party lineup that disappeared since last E3.

Spellspire – 10tons of Switch  

Spellspire – 10tons of Switch

This week’s featured game is Spellspire, which is a word puzzle game based around using anagrams to take down monsters as you clear each floor in a tower of spells.

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