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Kyle Bradford

Kyle Bradford
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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.

Little King’s Story Review (PC)

One of many releases unjustly overlooked on the Wii was 2009’s Little King’s Story, a charming mixture of life sim, role playing game and real-time strategy...

Diablo Meets Fable in Upcoming Book of Demons – Preview

Some games try to gain your affection with interesting stories or innovative mechanics. Others just want to show you a good time. If Book...

How Pokemon GO is Affecting the Future of Nintendo

It's definitely a strange, strange world we live in. Everyone seems to be captivated by Pokemon like it's 1996 again as Pokemon Go continues its domination over popular culture. The new mobile...

Dogos Preview

The shmup genre is a place that has been stretched long and thin by the passage of time, seemingly exhausted from repetition and routine...

NotCoD Review

In a sense, NotCoD doesn't much satirise the modern shooter genre as it does simply mock it. Despite some expertly clever writing and the occasional...

Lastfight Review

Fast action, comic book inspired visuals, and a plethora of unique characters creates the vibrant world of Lastfight, an indie brawler from the French...

Push Me Pull You Review

Imagine, if you will, that your body is attached at the hip to another’s, CatDog style. You can independently think and move on your own accord...

The Sun and Moon Review

It's not often when a game is able to stretch a single idea into a whole game while making it feel satisfying. The Sun and...

Melty Blood Actress Again Current Code Review

Not many games have the honor of getting as many re-releases as the Type-Moon and French-Bread developed Melty Blood Actress Again Current Code, especially...

The Long Wait for Nintendo’s NX Might Not Be Long Enough

Nintendo, the once infallible game maker, currently find themselves outside of the modern console market. That’s a terrifying prospect as we approach the release...

Mobile Gaming May Not Be Killing the Console, But is Sure is Hurting it

You may remember a lot of hyperbole a few years ago about how the mobile market was killing the traditional console and PC space...

Abraca – Imagic Games Review

The recent trend of couch co-op party games has another contender vying for your attention. Luckily, you’d be hard pressed to find one as...

Space Moth DX Review

The independent game scene has seen a lot of nostalgic throwbacks as of late. It’s not a stretch to call them a cliché at this...
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