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    5 Games to Get You Started with Eurojank

    Eurojank is a strange term. It’s not rooted in any particular genre—a eurojank game can be anything from an RPG to an RTS—but style, tone, and the place it was developed in. This might be why many people dislike the term. Countless other games offer a similar experience and overall feel to the eurojank canon,…

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    Gal Gun—A Cute Girl Rail Shooter

    Move over The House of the Dead, there is a new rail shooter in town, and it is straight out of your wildest Akihabara fever dreams. Gal Gun is a series of rail-shooter bishōjo (a genre of games involving interaction with pretty girls) games developed by Japanese developer, Inti Creates. You may know Inti Creates…

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    Resident Evil Remakes—Will They Ever End?

    For better or for worse, it seems as though the concept of remaking and remastering video games is here to stay, with developers and publishers showing no signs of slowing down. Resident Evil 1 was first made available on PlayStation, PC, Sega Saturn, and Nintendo DS. It was then remade and remastered so that it…

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    Why I’m Not Worried About The Elder Scrolls VI

    I think it’s fair to say that Bethesda’s reputation has taken a bit of a self-inflicted wallop in recent months. With seemingly controversy after controversy, and countless missteps in the wake of Fallout 76, fans have reasonable calls for concern about the company going forward. With projects like Starfield, or more importantly, The Elder Scrolls…

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    The Mystery of Hunk

    The Resident Evil franchise has had a colorful cast of major and minor characters since it first dropped in 1996. Among them there is perhaps none more enigmatic than fan favorite, Hunk. The gas-masked legend, going as far as to tout that, “the Death cannot die” first made his appearance in 1998’s Resident Evil 2…

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    Sony’s Walled Garden: A Foolish Approach

    Everyone loves a good online experience in their multiplayer games. Whether you’re playing alone, with friends, or against friends, the saying still stands: “The more, the merrier.” Recently, the biggest push in the online-multiplayer sphere has been cross-play and cross-progression. This is a system that would allow players across consoles and PC systems to play…