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    PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) – Game of the Month

    The advent of Early Access periods allows developers to put games into the hands of players before they are even close to being ready for launch. In most cases, this lets developers conduct relatively large-scale tests while they examine how the community reacts to their unfinished title as they continue development. It’s important to remember […] More

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    Rhythm Doctor : An interview with developer Hafiz Azman

    Rhythm Doctor, a one-button rhythm game was definitely the game that drew my attention at IndieCade 2017. It teaches complex music and rhythm theory even without players realizing it. Although the core mechanic is simple and requires you to only push the action button on the 7th beat to play, it manages to keep players […] More

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    Nintendo in 2018: Things we have to know about

    2017 has been a renaissance year for Nintendo. Gaming’s oldest purveyor of joy came back from a despair-ridden several years with an innovative and irresistible new console, a consistent set of game releases, and two of the most refreshing games in years. Nintendo has loads of momentum going into the Switch’s second calendar year, but the […] More

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    Talking video game law with Paul Bruene

    The intersection between law and video games is one that’s both interesting and dynamic. It’s a fascinating crossroad of intellectual property, and unless you have attended law school you probably won’t understand all the minute details that go into it. Paul Bruene works at a large law firm in the Seattle area and while in […] More

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    Deckhead Games Interview: The road to IndieCade and beyond

    Deckhead Games’ Vision of the Future On October 13th, 2016, IndieCade, the largest international independent games festival, took over five buildings on the University of Southern California’s campus. TV screens peppered every room, each one displaying vibrant worlds and creative visuals, suggesting new methods to play games or offering unprecedented immersion through virtual realities. The […] More

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    Classic arcade games to never forget

    Arcade culture started to gain true momentum in the late 1970s, with the release of games such as Asteroids and Galaxian and became widespread by the time Pac-Man and Defender were released. The golden age of Arcade Games started with the release of Space Invaders in 1978 which stands as one of the richest in […] More

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    Playing the Guacamelee character in the BRAWLOUT Arcade Mode on Switch

    BRAWLOUT is a Smash Bros. inspired indie game with a beautiful presentation and fun moment-to-moment gameplay and is available today for the Nintendo Switch. While it lacks the appeal of having Nintendo’s All-Stars fill its roster, two characters from well-known indie games have become the best characters the game has to offer, including Juan Aguacate […] More

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    Fire Emblem Switch: Five reasons to be excited

    Earlier in the year, Nintendo hosted a Fire Emblem specific Nintendo Direct. The presentation featured gameplay details and footage for two additions to the Fire Emblem franchise, the mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes, and the Tecmo-Koei/Team Ninja spinoff Fire Emblem Warriors. Flying under the radar, however, was the brief announcement of a new entry in […] More

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    Star Wars Battlefront II – Game of the Month

    It’s important to remember the criteria for which we select Game of the Month winners here at TSG. We don’t select the best game of the month, but the one that represents the most significant impact on the industry and culture. Though sometimes those criteria intersect (look no further than March GotM winner Breath of […] More

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