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Josh Griffiths knows how to write a professional bio. He knows he should talk about how he writes about videogames and sports for a living. He also understands that he should mention that he's in charge of Cliqist's video team, and that he's got a nose for trouble. With a capital 'Q'!

Tales from Early Access – DayZ Has Become a Forgotten Zombie

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is currently the hottest thing since sliced Jesus. The little indie game that could seemingly came out of nowhere to surpass four...

5 Ways Life is Strange 2 Could Avoid the Storm

Life is Strange fans had an eventful E3 this year. Developer Dontnod announced they’re working on a sequel before the show, and series publisher...

From Indie With Love: The Sexy Brutale

The Sexy Brutale is easily one of the best games of 2017, a year that has already been a superb one for gaming. I...

Why I’m So Disappointed by Vampyr

Recently, we named Vampyr the Most Disappointing Game at E3 2017. My Cliqist colleague and longtime Edward Cullen cosplayer Joanna Mueller has long written...

Ackk Studios on YIIK, Inspiration, Loss, and Persistence

“We've had some people get pretty negative about our mother's death, and how that delayed YIIK, and things like that,” Andrew Allanson says, “so...

How Little Indie Verdun Stands Up to the Multi-Million Dollar Battlefield...

It’s not often that we get a World War I game, much less one that’s a first person shooter. That’s exactly what EA gave...

Japanese Game Developers Kickstarter Struggles

The other day, Cliqist Editor-in-Chief and longtime table eater Greg Micek and I were discussing our Where Are They Now? on Keiji Inafune. He...

New World Interactive Taking a Risk with Insurgency: Sandstorm, But Are...

Insurgency: Sandstorm is a first-person shooter in which you play a Kurdish woman who just escaped slavery, and is now fighting a group of...

E3 2017 – Where Were the Indie Games?

Like a wistful dream, E3 2017 has come and gone, and we’re left scratching our heads. Was any of it real? What actually happened?...

E3 2017 – Sony Remembers Indie Games Exist With Swords of...

Sony’s E3 press conference was light on the indie games, which is to say there weren’t any. Except for little Moss, but if you...

E3 2017 – A Plague Tale: Innocence Shows History in a...

A Plague Tale: Innocence is doing something not many games shown at E3 this year are: taking us back in time. Set in 1349,...

E3 2017 – Overland Breathes New Life into the Post-Apocalypse

The world is not the same as it once was. Governments have fallen, armies of undead and unthinking masses roam the wastes, and you’re...

E3 2017 – Double Fine Presents Knights, Bikes, Ooblets, And a...

Knights and Bikes and Ooblets will be playable today at MIX, an event being held at (or at least near) E3 this year. At...

E3 2017 – How Bad Does Life is Strange: Before the...

There is no need to produce a prequel to Life is Strange. That goes double when the original developer, Dontnod, isn’t involved. That goes...

E3 2017: MIX Brings the Indies to an Otherwise Drab E3

The general consensus of this year’s E3 is that it’s been rather bland. There haven’t been any big new announcements or surprises, just trailers...

E3 2017: Hat’s off to A Hat in Time’s E3 Showing

As far as I’m concerned, E3 2017 is already the greatest E3 for 3D platformers in the last decade, simply because Microsoft announced Super...