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David Lins is a freelance writer from Pennsylvania that has loved video games since he was old enough to hold a controller. He enjoys all sorts of games, but prefers difficult or terrifying ones. Currently, he plays too many roguelikes. When not writing about his favorite hobby, he loves to drink beer, write fiction, play tabletop RPGs or board games, and hang out with his friends and family. He also has a passion for technology and loves tinkering with his phone, computer, and other devices. Follow David on Twitter for “hilarious” or “insightful” tweets about nothing in particular.
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The OTON X Console – Scam, or Just a Really Bad...

You remember the Ouya, don’t you? Of course you do. It caused quite a commotion just a few years ago. Following the success of...
destiny fails us

Destiny Fails Us Split into Three Games, Starting This Year

After almost a year of silence, the Destiny Fails Us Kickstarter page has finally received an update. The developers, now called Strawberry Dagger Studio,...
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Fancy Some Sexy Dragons? Dragon Date Is For You.

Have you ever wanted to date a dragon? No…? What if the dragon was basically just an anime girl with dragon wings and the...

Woven’s Colorful World of Wool

Imagine a world made entirely out of wool, fabric, and cotton. It’s bright and colorful, yet full of danger and secrets. This is the...
Dual Universe

Dual Universe : A Wildly Ambitious Sci-Fi MMO Aiming For the...

If there’s anything that can build excitement on Kickstarter, it’s the ambitious projects that leave you wondering, “Is this even possible?” Dual Universe, which...

Bloodborne Fan Theories And Endings Explained

Warning: This analysis is going to go in-depth with the game’s story. Major spoilers can be found throughout. If you’ve not played Bloodborne and...
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Bathed in Blood – Bloodborne Reviewed

H.P. Lovecraft is considered the father of modern horror. His influence is found in almost every form of horror today, and videogames are no...
Hotline Miami 2

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Reviewed

When it released in 2012, Dennation Games' Hotline Miami presented us with a question: do you like to hurt people? The game took violence to the...
Star Citizen

Star Citizen Stretch Goals. What & Where Are They?

Howdy, Space Cadets, and welcome to Cliqist’s official breakdown of Star Citizen’s stretch goals over the past few years. The game has seen nearly $75,000,000...

Life is Strange Taught Me that Time Travel Sucks

CAUTION: Minor spoilers ahead. Consider yourself warned. Everyone wishes they could have a single superpower. Flying, invisibility, being Batman, time travel, and immortality are usually...
Our look back at the history games directly inspired by the Alien franchise.

A Look at Alien Games Throughout the Years

Alien: Isolation, as I’ve stated in my review, is quite possibly the best videogame based on the Alien franchise to date. It had a...
Alien Isolation from Sega and The Creative assembly is a horror suspense game and it's our non crowdfunded game of the month.

Alien: Isolation. In Space, No One Can Hear You Whimper

Alien: Isolation In Space, No One Can Hear You Whimper by David Lins Over 35 years ago, H.R. Giger sat down to design one of horror’s most...

Five Nights at Freddy’s is Short, Sweet, and Terrifying

Five Nights at Freddy’s is Short, Sweet, and Terrifying by David Lins Five Nights at Freddy's is our September 2014 “Not Crowdfunded, But…” title.  For more Five Nights...

Fall In Love With Death In Shadowgate

Fall In Love With Death In Shadowgate By David Lins Last week, I was given a chance to explore Zojoi’s reimagined Shadowgate for the first time....

Shadowgate Is Going To Be Dark, Dreary, and Unforgiving.

Shadowgate is Dark, Dreary and Unforgiving By David Lins When I first stepped into Castle Shadowgate, I was young enough to fear its every corner, its...

Old School Adventuring Reborn In Quest For Infamy

Old School Adventuring Reborn In Quest For Infamy By David Lins How many times do you read the phrase “love letter” while browsing Kickstarter? It’s...