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Matt Eakins

Matt Eakins
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Matt has been an avid gamer since he first ventured to Zebes in Super Metroid. If he's not there, he's probably racking his mind over a puzzler, running through a JRPG, or grinding Dark Souls again. You can find him at your local bookstore, disc golf course, or friendly Smash Bros. tournament otherwise. With a background in Linguistics and Creative Writing, he loves writing about anything from gaming to semiotics.

Dark Souls 3 New DLC Gets PvP Focused Trailer

On October 25th, Dark Souls III will spread its wings and expand with the Ashes of Ariandel DLC. The DLC promises new areas, weapons,...

Quest of Dungeons Review

It's getting to the point now where dungeon crawlers are everywhere. You sneeze, and another procedural dungeon crawler is released. Quest of Dungeons is another...

Preview: Dark Flame is an Ode to Castlevania, with a Nod to Metroid

Dark Flame has everything you want from a 2D ARPG title. Fantastic environments, fluid mechanics, and great enemy design all come out in droves....

Me and My Controller: 20 Years of Gaming

On September 20th, I turned 26 years old. That day isn't necessarily important, and that age isn't meaningful. But something hit me whilst I...

Laser Disco Defenders Review

Laser Disco Defenders might be coated in a classic vibe, but it sure plays like a shiny new product. Skate and glide your way through...

Endless Burst Review

Nine ships, 20+ levels, and lots of bullets. That's what awaits those jumping into Neon Squid Games' Endless Burst. If you have experience with bullet...

Nebulous Review

Do you enjoy physics, puzzles, and the vast loneliness of space? Then you're in luck! Nebulous is a physics-based puzzler from Namazu Studios that messes...

Strike Vector EX Review

Strike Vector EX is a fast-paced, action packed game with slick graphics, responsive controls, and great variety. Pilot your Vector around floating cities, mining facilities,...

Panda Love Review

Panda Love is a one button platformer that ends as quickly as it begins. Guide a love-struck panda through a charming world filled with...

Inversus Review

Inversus isn't a game that tries to overload the player with bright colors, intense sounds, or deep intricacy. The game gives you the basics,...

Overwatch Going Free-to-Play on PS4 and Xbox One September 9th-12th

Blizzard Entertainment is giving players on Xbox One and PS4 a chance to play Overwatch for free starting on Sep. 9th-12th. The critically acclaimed,...

Binaries Review

Binaries bridges the gap between puzzler and platformer with grace, in turn creating an experience both joyous and increasingly stressful. With hundreds of levels ranging...

Reminder: Paragon enters Open Beta August 16th on PS4 & PC

Epic Games' shiny new MOBA, Paragon, is leaving its early access stages and heading into Open Beta this week. If you missed your chance...

Brut@l Review

ASCII-inspired dungeon crawling, rogue-lite elements, and RPG skill building combine to form Stormcloud Games' Brut@l. Charge through procedurally generated dungeons while fighting off monsters, crafting items,...

Kerbal Space Program Review

A common phrase used to denote the fact that something isn't as difficult as one makes it out to be is "it's not rocket...

Broken Bots Review

If you're looking for a top-down, arcade-style arena shooter to kill some time, look no further. With solo, online, and cooperative gameplay, Broken Bots...
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