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April 21, 2015 | JP Miller | Articles
Father's Day 2015 Rocks Rockford at Chip Damage 2, the four game tournament with cash and gift prizes as presented by the passionate guys of the Rockford Gaming Tournament Organization.
April 17, 2015 | Alex Schwartz | Reviews
Going from rags to riches is Nevermind, a biofeedback enhanced horror adventure game that started as an academic project by Erin Reynolds of Flying Mollusk, now sitting proud in Early Access on Steam. We compare the versions as well as review the game in Early Access.
April 16, 2015 | Matthew Otto | Reviews
Dungeon crawlers will always hold a strong place in the gaming genres as they contain everything that makes gaming fun - exploration, reward, and creative design. We take a look at an indie crawler with Darkest Dungeon.
April 14, 2015 | Alex Schwartz | Articles
Bringing classic and modern gaming alike to the midwest in brookfield wisconsin was the Midwest Gaming Classic, showcasing retro titles like Pong, Missile Command and Pinball alongside modern achievements in Halo and Call of Duty - check out our coverage of the event.
April 10, 2015 | Jason Loch | Unplugged
Monte Cook's Numenera is a tabletop roleplaying game set in a far-future version of earth known as the Ninth World. Numenera focuses on discovery rather than monster slaying, and players are encouraged to make use of various bits of ancient technology that they discover in the course of their travels.
April 1, 2015 | Alex Schwartz | Elite Lists
Working well on this April Fools day we take a look at all the foolish decisions made in modern video games and why they ruin some of the highest potential games on the market.