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Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltrati0n

A Note about Spoilers: This article contains minor spoilers about the TV show that this game is based on, not the game itself. If you haven’t seen the show, well, we urge you to do that first. When I first heard about Mr. Robot — a drama- thriller TV show based on the premise of cybersecurity and hacking, I was charmed and interseted by it. If you haven’t seen the show, you most defintely should — it’s in it’s second...

The Dialogue: Greg Kasavin

After the fantastic entry we had for The Dialogue in December with Matias Duarte, we are back with 2016’s first entry: Greg Kasavin of Supergiant Games. For the uninitiated, Supergiant is behind some of our favorite games, including Transistor. We got to talk to Greg about his thoughts on design, the games industry, and Supergiant’s upcoming project PYRE. Thank you so much for joining us for The Dialogue. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Hey, thank you in turn!...

N++ Is Platforming Heaven

I’ve discovered some really amazing games that aren’t mentioned enough thanks to smaller game focussed websites. N++ is one of them. N++ by Metanet Software is an elegant platformer with more levels than this post has words. I’d never played N and N+ but I’m really glad I bought N++ a few weeks ago and have consistently enjoyed blasting through sets of levels everyday. N++ has you playing as a ninja through levels avoiding enemies and obstacles to get to...

Firewatch — Pyromance

I’ve been excited about playing Firewatch ever since Campo Santo first revealed it. Every trailer since then has looked absolutely stunning and the screenshots are basically excellent fodder for wallpapers. Combine that with music by Chris Remo (who I loved in Gone Home) and the involvement of Panic (One of our favorite studios out there) and my interest grew multiple times. Over the last few days, I’ve managed playing Firewatch twice while trying to consume every little bit of dialogue...

The Highlight 2015 — Games

2015 has been an amazing year for games with quality releases across all the platforms. There were games that impressed me not just visually, but also from a design perspective. This year has seen the release of the Apple TV as an apps and games platform, along with the PS4 and Xbox One breaking sales records. 2015 is also the year in which I got my Xbox One and got to experience my favourite racing game of all time, Forza...