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Colton Butler

88.0
Nintendo Switch Reviews

‘Friday the 13th: The Game’ finds New Blood on Nintendo Switch

Colton Butler
After a gap of nearly 30 years, Friday the 13th: The Game has returned to a Nintendo console. In the years since 1989’s NES title, we’ve recently received a fun mobile puzzle game, but nothing quite like this. Now Gun Media and Illfonic, with the help of Black Tower Studio and......
Indie News

‘Grindhouse Games Vol 1’ Releases on Itch.io, Steam to Follow

Colton Butler
While Halloween decorations are already popping up in stores, indie developers keep churning out horror content regardless of the season. Black Eyed Priest Games, the retro horror developer behind the recent Puppet Combo Presents title Tonight It Follows, has released Grindhouse Games Vol 1 on Itch.io. The set includes Peepaw,......
76.0
PC Reviews

Ready Up ‘Delta Squad’, Grab Your Friends

Colton Butler
Ready up; Delta Squad is here. If an old-fashioned arcade shooter is what you’ve been looking for, fret no more! Step into the shoes of four classes—infantry, heavy, engineer and medic—each with their own weapon and throwable, sub the med-kit for the medic instead of an explosive. Lives and throwables......
Indie News Press Release

MidBoss’ Summer of Pride Event Celebrates LGBTQIA+ Voices in Gaming

Colton Butler
San Francisco developers MidBoss are set to begin a month-long celebration of the LGBTQIA+ presence among games, developers, streamers, and creators in the gaming industry on their Twitch channel on June 1. The 2064: Read Only Memories developers will host the event and showcase a selection of games featuring queer......
90.0
PC PS4 Reviews

Enter an Art Deco Nightmare in ‘Dollhouse’

Colton Butler
Like its antagonistic mannequins, Dollhouse is not what it first seems. Gameplay initially felt like a tutorial for what multiplayer mode, but quickly became a unique spin on the “collect things while a monster chases you” subgenre of horror. With a retro setting and gorgeous art design, Dollhouse is a......
Opinion

More Than Just Entertainment: Video Games as a Vessel

Colton Butler
Games like Rainswept can serve as a vessel for the exploration of sensitive topics in a very intimate, interactive space. Despite playing a role, the player is always somewhat removed from the events themselves through the sheer way of “playing.” In this way, video games can be a safe space...
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