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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'!

E3 2017: Limited Run Games E3 Showcase Offers New Physical Games

Undertale isn’t the only digital download indie game getting physical this week. Limited Run Games releases physical editions of largely digital only games in...

Undertale PS4 Release Shows Physical Collecting Isn’t Dead

“Digital games killed the gaming store.” The idea that digital downloads of video games would obliterate physical games has been around for as long...

Like Sony, Nintendo Had no Time for Indies at E3

Color me surprised. In terms of indie game showings it was neither Sony nor Nintendo duking it out for the most games as I...

Where Were the Indie Games at Sony’s E3 Conference?

We’re used to Sony blowing us out of the water with their conferences. Whether it’s announcing a slew of new games, or giving spotlight...

Griftlands Stands Out Most for its Art

During the PC Gaming Conference at E3 2017, developer Klei Interactive announced Griftlands, an RPG with a huge emphasis on player freedom. As the...

Devolver’s E3 “Press Conference” Was a Trip, Man

E3 press conferences are usually kinda terrible. There are always great games, sure. But all the bits in-between of corporate executives trying to look...

Super Lucky’s Tale is Microsoft’s First 3D Platformer since Voodoo Vince

I hope you’re sitting down for this, because your mind is about to be blown twice. Firstly, Microsoft debuted Super Lucky’s Tale at their...

We Don’t Need a Life is Strange Prequel

Life comes at you fast, as did Dontnod’s episode adventure game Life is Strange. After a rocky start with the first episode’s hit or...

Fullbright is Back with Tacoma to Reinvent the Walking Simulator

Fullbright may not have invented the walking simulator with Gone Home, but they perfected it. Released in 2013, Gone Home set the standard for...

Thank Cuphead for Microsoft’s Impressive Indie Showcase at E3

There’s a common sentiment that the Xbox One is at a loss for games. Whether that’s true or not, at the very least, they’re...

Road to E3: Pinstripe and Lifeless Planet Creators Remember a Coma

Lifeless Planet and Pinstripe are two totally different games on the surface. Lifeless Planet, published by Serenity Forge, is a 3D walking simulator set...

Road to E3: IndieCade Bringing the Unique and Unknown to E3

Indie Megabooth isn’t the only company bringing a suite of indie games lacking publisher support to E3. IndieCade, much like Indie Megabooth, is a...

Road to E3: Three Things to Expect from Bloodstained at E3...

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is progressing nicely. It’s not playing hide and seek like its Japanese cousin, Shenmue 3, and it’s no MIA...

Road to E3: Will Indivisible be Invisible at E3?

Pride of Indiegogo and altogether great looking game Indivisible will be at E3 2017, as confirmed by publisher 505 Games. What we don’t know...

Road to E3: Which of the Big 3 Will have More...

E3 used to be a show dedicated to the big boys and girls of the AAA industry. In recent years, there’s been a shift...

Yooka-Laylee ‘Green and Purple’ Hopes to Patch Over the Brown Smear

Yooka-Laylee is the biggest disappointment in Kickstarter history. There might be worse games the crowdfunding platform has churned out, in fact, there have been....