Nintendo Switch News – February 12th-16th


NEWS by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Good morning, Internet! Ragachak here, with this week’s news on the Nintendo Switch! This is a new column we’re producing, a little shorter than my average edito...

Until None Remain Review


REVIEW By Vincent Haoson (Ojogo) If there’s one thing that defines gaming this year, it’s the sudden rise of popularity of the Battle Royale genre. With Bluehole’s (and of course PlayerUnknown’s)...

Let’s Talk: BREAK ARTS II


ARTICLE by Jason Parker (Ragachak) “You are an artist. Imagine.” is the tagline before a race, and honestly, I love it. It says a lot about this game that has pretty much no story. BREAK ARTS II b...

Dynasty Warriors 9 Review


REVIEW by Andrew Skelton (Outfoxed)   Dynasty Warriors has a long, 20 year history.  Originally released as a fighting game in the Playstation Era, the franchise evolved with the release of the Playsta...

Kings and Heroes Review


REVIEW By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF), OnRPG Journalist Kings and Heroes is an action MMO recently made available on Steam. It’s currently a buy-to-play title with a $20 price tag, created by Industry Game...

Removing My Rose-Colored Glasses: Legend of Dragoon (PSX)


ARTICLE by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Legend of Dragoon was an early Playstation RPG, and as such, it has a very special place in many hearts. Legend of Dragoon, Breath of Fire 3, Final Fantasy VII, Legend of Ma...

3D Replay: Interview with Minkonet


INTERVIEW Recently, PUBG introduced new anti-cheating measures through the use of 3D replays and death cams, technology provided by the company Minkonet. We talked with Ken Park, VP of Service/Marketing, to lea...

Cobalt WASD Review


REVIEW By Remko Molenaar (Proxzor) Over the years we have seen a lot of sidescrollers that put a focus on being a successful and joyful shooter, but many of these games are somewhat lackluster. It’s ha...

Tower of Time Early Access Thoughts


ARTICLE by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I enjoy the classic RPGs of old. The ones where nothing is handed to you, you solve puzzles and put in lots of work just to get around. While I enjoy these games, technology...

Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I was a huge fan of the Dissidia franchise. In the last game, I spent a lot of time playing online as Gilgamesh (yeah, I was that guy). So when I heard that Dissidia was com...
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