In less than a month, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, more commonly known as E3, will descend upon Los Angeles, and with it will come loud, obnoxious, but informative press conferences..
Originally, my intent was to write a review of Ether One, the critically acclaimed PC title that had made its way to the Playstation 4. This was a title that..
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Originally, this post was going to be a review of the first-person shooter (FPS) roguelike hybrid Tower of Guns. However, as is often the case, things didn’t go as planned…
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When Theory of Gaming reached out to Osome Studios to request a review copy of their upcoming game White Night, we mentioned that “we have strong opinions on what makes..
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