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Sean Flint

I enjoy playing pretty much any type of game out there. My passion lies in finding the gems of the indie gaming world. When I'm not playing games, I'm programming them, at the gym, or tending to my small army of cats. Writing has always been a part of my life and I'm grateful for the opportunity to get my content out there for people to see.

First Impressions: Ori and the Blind Forest

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*Disclaimer* This is not, nor should it be taken as, a review. This is simply my initial thoughts of Ori and the Blind Forest after around four hours of game time. Ori and the Blind Forest is a platform adventure game developed by Moon Studios and published by Microsoft. You can grab Ori and the Blind Forest on Steam, or ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Ira

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Steam Greenlight opened for submission on August 30, 2012. Ever since then, games such as McPixel, Broforce, and Frozen Cortex have achieved great success thanks to the positive (and critical) feedback from the community. Steam Greenlight Spotlight is my attempt to focus on the games that I feel are deserving of your attention. Finding a solid game to give your vote ...

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Delays in Gaming: Pros and Cons

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Delays of your most anticipated games can often be frustrating. A game that you’ve been waiting months, even up to a year for, has been delayed and now you are forced to wait even longer for it to release. Frustration is the natural reaction to disappointment; however, it is important to understand why it is that games get delayed in ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Luckslinger

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Steam Greenlight opened for submission on August 30, 2012. Ever since then, games such as McPixel, Broforce, and Frozen Cortex have achieved great success thanks to the positive (and critical) feedback from the community. Steam Greenlight Spotlight is my attempt to focus on the games that I feel are deserving of your attention. Finding a solid game to give your vote ...

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Releases for the Week of March 9th-14th

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Not sure what games to look forward to this week? Take a look at our list below, summarizing all games releasing across major platforms. There’s bound to be something worth picking up! Monday, March 9th Releases Shelter 2 for PC. Shelter 2 is a sequel to the badger adventure game, Shelter, that was released in 2013. This time, we can expect ...

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3 Early Access Games Worth Your Money

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Early Access. The two words that make most of us cringe when we are looking at an interesting game on Steam. “Is this game worth my money? Is it worth my time? Will they actually finish the game or am I just paying for a glorified alpha that will remain incomplete?” If you’ve ever heard yourself ask those questions, then ...

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