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James literally cannot recall a time in which video games weren’t a part of his life. A childhood hobby turned adult fascination, gaming has been one of the few constants.
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Monster Crown Finds Massive Success On Steam Early Access

Studio Aurum's dark take on the monster-collecting RPG genre, Monster Crown, has been received with open arms and wallets during its first...

Drake Hollow Preview – Frontier Psychiatry

Drake Hollow is a perfect lesson in “Don’t let the wrapper fool you, friend”. The latest offering from The Molasses Flood (the...

SuperCoolComs Is Looking To Create A Dialogue Between Developers And Audiences

Games industry veteran Lauran Carter has announced the launch of a brand new social media consultancy company, SuperCoolComs. Utilising her years of...

Yoshida Naoki Talks Final Fantasy XIV Coming To Next-Gen Consoles

Final Fantasy XIV producer and director Yoshida Naoki has told PowerUp! that he is currently in talks to bring the MMORPG to next-gen...

Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.3 Details Arrive As Game Surpasses 20 Million Registered Players

Square Enix has detailed the changes coming in Patch 5.3 for Final Fantasy XIV as the game hits a huge player base milestone....

Final Fantasy XIV – Yoshida Naoki On Patch 5.3, Streamlining And The Future.

I don't envy those who are trying to get into Final Fantasy XIV for the first time in 2020. The mammoth MMORPG ...

Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise Review (Switch) – Call Me by Your York

How do you even begin to review a game like Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise? This is the kind of...

Modern Wolf drops three new demos during Steam Game Festival.

Progressive publisher Modern Wolf has made three new demos available as part of the ongoing Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition. The festival...

Battle your trauma in Glitch Factory’s new action RPG No Place for Bravery

Indie publisher Ysbryd Games has teamed up with developer Glitch Factory to bring its unique take on the pixelated action RPG, No...

Summer in Mara Review (Switch) – Follies of Youth

Summer in Mara is a game about and filled with cycles. It's less than subtle about its intentions, dropping you right into...