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Kyle Bradford

Kyle Bradford
Kyle likes video games and some other things, none of them really worth mentioning. Having written about games for two years, he tries. He enjoys home-made fan games, niche Japanese RPGs, and anything made by Suda51. Would rather be playing his Sega Saturn, honestly.

Remembering Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge, 15 Years Later

Although Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge may not have been the biggest release on Xbox, its cult status has earned it a place in history.

The Best Horror Games on Xbox One That’ll Leave You Terrified

From Silent Hill to Observer to Resident Evil: here are 10 of the best horror games you can play on your Xbox One, right now.

Fast Striker Review

Despite Fast Striker’s promise of the shmup’s grand revival, it never able to reach the grand heights of its inspirations.

As Battle Royale Goes Mainstream, What Goes With It?

As the game mode that started in custom-made servers goes mainstream, what happens next?
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The Five Best Soulcalibur Games of all Time

Transcending history and the world, a tale of souls and swords, eternally retold.

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

Despite being formulaic and repetitive, you know what you're getting with a Warriors game. And if that's your thing, you'll no doubt have some fun with Warriors Orochi 4.

The Best Visual Novels on PS4

With so many visual novels to choose from, which ones are worth your time? We’ve got you covered with our favourite visual novels you can play on the PlayStation 4 right now!

Mega Man 11 Review

There wasn’t much to look forward to if you were a Mega Man fan. And yet, here we are, in 2018 with a brand new mainline Mega Man game, Mega Man 11, and it's freaking incredible.

It Shouldn’t Take an Unethical Workplace to Make Great Games

Last week, Telltale Games closed, laying off over 200 staff without severance. This is just one latest example of bad work practices in the games industry.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 Review

As a fan of the series, it's hard not to love Valkyria Chronicles 4. But there are still plenty of things holding it back form being great.
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Haunted Dungeons: Hyakki Castle Review

Like most games, how good of a time you have with Haunted Dungeons: Hyakki Castle will ultimately depend on what you bring to the experience yourself.

Preview: Valkyria Chronicles 4 Takes The Series Back To Its Roots

Valkyria Chronicles 4 has been made in the spitting image of the first Valkyria Chronicles through and through, and that can only be a good thing.

The Golf Club 2019 Review: Not An Ace, But Still Under Par

in the virtual world of The Golf Club 2019, we can all experience a little bit of the competitive high life. It may not land an ace, but it’s still plenty under par.

How to Upgrade the Trodain Togs and Bandana in Dragon Quest XI

Dragon Quest XI has a little nod to Dragon Quest VIII in the form of a throwback costume. But here's how you upgrade the Trodain Togs and Bandana.

How to Save Your Game in Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

You may get weary as you set out for an epic adventure, so here's everything you need to know about how to save your game in Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

#WarGames Review: Peculiar, But Not Peculiar Enough

If you’d asked me a few years ago if anything like #WarGames would ever exist, I’d call you a maniac. And yet, here we are. Looks like the joke is on me.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Review

In an age where countless games are trying to imitate the past, there’s nothing like having Dragon Quest back where it belongs.

There Still Isn’t Anything Quite Like Shenmue

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Shenmue has defied a lengthy sleep to return, hopefully stronger and better than before.

The Mega Man X Collection Reminds Us Why We End Up Playing The Same...

No matter what, I'll always return to play Mega Man X once in a while, and I'll love it a little more each time I do. Is it a classic? Is it personal? Or something more?

Ascending Madness is a Masochistic Gamer’s Fever Dream

Like some sort of twisted fairy tale, Ascending Madness is dazzling and disgusting all at the same time.

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