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      A Case for Adam Gase

      Listen to this Article Arguably, the 2019 off-season will be regarded as the most important in the nearly 60-year history of The New York Jets.

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      Meeple Station Interview

      Listen to this Article Recently I had a chance to sit down and talk with Alexander Poysky of Vox Games about the upcoming Meeple Station, a simulation game where players build and manage their own space station populated by Meeple (who are not people.)

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      Gaming Historia 2.0 Notes (Plus Giveaway Details! Now Including Kingdom Hearts 3)

      Listen to this Article Welcome to Gaming Historia 2.0! If you frequent the site, you likely already noticed some changes to our layout. As this is the “beta” of 2.0 there are still some things we need to work on. Giveaway details, including copies of Kingdom Hearts 3 in the post.

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      Why L.A. Valiants is the Most Promising Overwatch team in 2019

      Listen to this Article With the 2019 season of the Overwatch League gearing up in just under a month, it’s about that time I start racking my brain on which team would likely come out on top. I usually compare a team’s previous stats with any changes made off season, followed by a brief look at the other teams in their division. I’m not going to lie, it was a tough decision to make. There…

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      Why I like Dragon Age: Origins the Most

      Listen to this Article Dragon Age: Origins hasn’t aged well at all. Without mods, the game is a mess of muddy browns and amazing characterization, strapped onto models that move like action figures. Even with mods, it isn’t much better. I have over 50 installed and it’s still ugly as sin. This begs the question though, why is it still my favorite?

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      How to Approach Anthem More Objectively

      Listen to this Article I’ve gotten flack from fellow writers at Gaming Historia, but I’m genuinely excited for Anthem. Bioware and EA receive their share of well-deserved criticism, and the Battlefront 2 fiasco did some long-lasting damage to the overall brand of the team of devs under EA’s wing.

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      What is Kamen Rider and Why it’s Needed in the West

      Listen to this Article Kamen Rider is an ongoing series of Japanese television shows created by Shotaro Ishinomori in the genre of Tokusatsu, that began its run in 1971. Tokusatsu is a style of film and TV heavily utilizing special effects, mainly in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The original Kamen Rider is about Takeshi Hongo, a college student kidnapped by the evil organization “Shocker”. He is experimented on and given a…

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      One Step from Eden Interview

      Listen to this Article Every now and then I take a look through itch.io, searching for promising indie titles that are in development. Recently I stumbled upon One Step from Eden, a rather delightful rouge-like with combat inspired by Mega Man Battle Network, and deck-building elements. I played the demo and found it to be a fast, frantic, and fun experience. After looking further into One Step from Eden and its Kickstarter, I reached out to the game’s developer, Thomas Moon…

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      First Impressions On Red Dead Online’s Battle Royal Mode

      Listen to this Article Red Dead Redemption 2’s online mode, Red Dead Online, is… interesting to say the least. There’s a lot of promise and opportunity to grow in the world they’ve set; but without new and steady content I can’t help but to call it empty.

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