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Nathaniel Liles is a freelance writer, writing major, and indie musician based in Southern Indiana. While procrastinating or avoiding real-world responsibility, Nathaniel enjoys playing rhythm games, action RPGs, and very colorful games with many bright, flashing lights. You can listen to Nathaniel sing songs or download his music for free at http://nathanielliles.bandcamp.com/.

Weekenders Sunday News 8/31

Welcome back to Cliqist, everyone! It's so nice to see your smiling faces back here, and to thank you for your continued loyalty to...

Weekenders Sunday News 8/24

Welcome back to Cliqist's Weekenders Sunday News! This week, we'll be talking about all kinds of things from launches, demos, alphas, and most importantly,...

Fend off the Apocalypse in Boy and His Pup

The partnership between the player and his computer-controlled sidekick is a dynamic that has sadly been featured less and less over the years. Spyro...

Local Multiplayer Cross-Play Dungeons in Hurried Heroes

Look at that title. Just look at that gorgeous collection of words, all side-by-side and stuff. I'm not going to pretend I'm not excited...

Level Forever in Eternal Step

Don't you hate it when you hit max level and your character can't become any more powerful? It stinks! We all love the satisfying...

Cinematic Espionage in Card Game Sienna Storm

As many of you know, I'm a massive fan of tabletop games, and while taking the concepts of tabletop gameplay into the digital realm...

Firefly Goes Full Western Steampunk In Age of Grit

Firefly came and went a little too quickly, and the community has definitely demonstrated that sentiment in countless blogs, campaigns, and rants, but after...

Super III by Super 91 is Just… Super.

The world is nearly destroyed in a war, reducing the amount of usable land mass by 90%. What do you do in this time...

Give Zombies A Chance In Pikmin Inspired Ray’s The Dead

I misspoke a few articles back, in a way, by condemning this fading fad of zombie-related games. Now, I absolutely have no intention to...

Weekenders Sunday News 8/17

Welcome back Cliqateers! If you were here last week, you already know that this is our weekly brew of all the crowdfunding news fit...

Rose Brings New Life to a Lost Genre

I was born in 1995, and while, yes, that means I'm a filthy 19-year old kid and you can't believe a word I write,...

Cook and Enjoy the Story of Culina

Visual novels plague Kickstarter. Maybe plague is too harsh. Aggressively inhabit may be a little more accurate. They are absolutely everywhere, and whether or...

Zombies are Getting Old. Let’s Kill Dinosaurs in Archaic

Fads pass, and if you ask me, it's about time for our obsession with zombies to simmer down. Zombies are cool, we get that,...

Handpainted Cinematics and Deep Lore in Auraspark

There is no surplus of good action RPGs out there, which has always surprised me. Action gameplay blended with the satisfying, driving progression of...

Now Free, Shadow Hunter to Crowdfund Expansion

I love a good free-to-play game, and if you're a gamer on a budget, you probably do too. Either that, or you wish that...

Night Trap is Back. In HD. Yeah.

Everyone remembers Night Trap. It was a ridiculous game for a failed peripheral that eventually made its way right into both the annals of gaming history...