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A necessary ‘evil’ that’s nice to play

The Resident Evil 3 remake was shown during PlayStation’s State of Play via Twitch Dec. 10, 2019.

Paige FTW: The Decade That Was

There has been a trend, as we depart the first decade of the millennium into the Roaring Twenties, to look back at the best games of the decade.

Paige FTW: A Gamer’s Gift Guide

I don’t know about you, but I know I had a minor heart attack when I realized that, oh man, it’s December already, and I am so behind on my gift preparations. So I wrote up a little guide to help you (in case you, too, are less than on it).

Holiday gift guide 2019: What to buy a video game fan

The holidays are right around the corner. Do you know what you should buy for that special video game enthusiast in your life? Here’s a selection of gifts you can feel good about giving the video game-loving individuals in your life.

Paige FTW: ‘Death Stranding’ Is Sure A Game

The big thing right now — Death Stranding, the mysterious brainchild of auteur Hideo Kojima. Supremely hyped with the requisite ambiguity, the big drop of fall 2019 is a cutscene-heavy, celebrity-laden fetch quest simulator (with some stealth elements to round things out).

Two holiday offerings for PlayStation VR

For the 2019 holiday season, Sony is publishing a diverse collection of PlayStation VR titles that’s highlighted by Stardust Odyssey and Audica. Both are full-fledged games that are built with the specification of the headset in mind.

Paige FTW: Luigi Knows His Niche

My favorite Mario brother has always been Luigi. Mario always gets all the glory, you know? And Luigi is stuck as the eternal Player Two — or worse, a background character (as he was in Super Mario Odyssey).

Going back to basics pays off

With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the series returns to what makes it great. The team leverages the nostalgia from fan-favorite characters such as Capt. John Price and throws it into a world that’s evolved since 2007, the year that the original title launched.

Paige FTW: From Screen To Screen

Leapfrogging after last week’s column, this winter finds a few gaming properties actually moving from, well, screen to screen. Will they be successful? Let’s hash it out.

Pioneering in a post-apocalyptic world

Since it was released in 2016, Death Stranding has raised more questions than answers. The project seemed like an amalgamation of random images with gameplay that was equally as mysterious.