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18 Jul

Featured Indie: Retro Runner

Stratum Games are a relatively unknown indie game collective based in Toronto. They are also the sole proprietors of their newest indie sensation, Retro Runner. This game is about as nostalgic as it gets. You...

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06 Jul

[Editorial] The History of DLC and Its Hold On Video Gaming

Downloadable Content or DLC has become the route for which all popular (and some Indie) games have taken to further the life of their product. The biggest impact that this poses for gamers is that...

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28 Jun

[Interview] Thomas Bowker, developer of the indie game, LYNE.

Firstly, I'd like to acknowledge that the game LYNE is probably one of the best puzzle games I've played in 2014. Thomas Bowker was kind enough to grant Gaming Rant an exclusive interview about the...

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15 Jun

A Harsh Look At E3 2014: After the Fact

E3, a smorgasbord of gaming delights watched by MILLIONS and MILLIONS of gamers worldwide. All the big names show up in style to show us some trailers or gameplay of their respected franchises, new and...

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09 Jun

Sadness & Heartbreak of the Consumer: Delaying Games

My heart hurts. It hurts because one of my most anticipated games of this year...Batman: Arkham Knight, was delayed. I am distraught. I love Rocksteady’s vision of Gotham City and their mostly “The Animated Series”...

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02 Jun

Framerate-A-Go-Go: The Irrational Argument of This Generation

Humans can see from 10-1000 frames of movement per second to catch any kind of fluidity. What's the difference between 10 and 20 or 900 and 1000? Nothing much, just our brain compensating for the...