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Bethesda Talks Quake Champions Details in Player Q&A

Bethesda answers covers more user-submitted questions in their latest Q&A Quake Champions has just transitioned from Closed Beta to Open Beta, and Bethesda has been answering as many user-submitted…

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Reggie Fils-Aime: More Switch 2017 Games Coming

What could they possibly be? In a WayPoint interview with Nintendo of America’s President, Reggie Fils-Aime let an exciting tidbit slip: there’s more to come for Switch’s 2017 lineup…

Creepy Cyberpunk Game >observer_ Gets New Trailer Detailing ‘The Hidden…

Bloober Team details the art of terror with their new behind-the-scenes video for >observer_ Krakow-based studio Bloober Team did a good job of shredding the psyche of players with…

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Sells 4 Million Copies

That’s quite a bit of money for an unknown player Developer Bluehole Studio Inc. has announced that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, their massively popular online battle royale shooter, has officially sold 4 million copies —…

RPG Maker Fes Brings Custom Adventures To Europe Today

Dungeon Masters, Rejoice! RPG Maker Fes is now available in Europe. Those wanting to forge their own epic adventures can do so today…so long as they’re living in Europe.…

Danganronpa Another Episode: UItra Despair Girls Now Available In Europe

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls casts a black cloud over Europe today NIS America today announced that Danganronpa Another Episode: UItra Despair Girls is now spreading its quirky blend…

Serious Sam’s Bogus Detour Review

Sam is back and better than ever. The phrase “retro shooter” is increasingly becoming a meaningless marketing buzzword. Not…

Damascus Gear: Operation Tokyo HD Edition Review

“Meh”-chanized Combat Damascus Gear: Operation Tokyo HD Edition (what a mouthful!) is one of those games that will most…

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OVIVO Review

The shapes of things to come. Artistic puzzle-platformers have seen a surge in popularity in recent years. And why…

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ARMS Review

Is Nintendo’s new fighter a OHKO? Like Splatoon before it, ARMS is an unconventional take on a genre Nintendo…

Randall Review

Feeling a bit Randy? Randall’s opening scenes are reminiscent of the classic Flashback, with a protagonist waking up with…

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SEUM: Speedrunners From Hell Review

The road to Hell is paved with failed speedruns. First-person. Platformer. Those two terms together invoke a river of…

Interview with Jay Hatfield From The Game Chasers

Jay Hatfield from The Game Chasers Sits Down for A One-On-One   If you managed to find yourself lost on YouTube while searching for retro video game reviews, you’ve…

E3 Feature: Take A Seat In Media Mation’s MX4D Esports…

Now for something completely different! During our trip to E3 this year Hey Poor Player were invited to demo Los Angeles based company Media Mation’s MX4D Esports Theater. If…

Do Game Reviews Matter Anymore?

In the age of streaming, just how relevant is an old-fashioned game review? March of 2017 was a massive month for the video game industry. The launch of Nintendo’s…

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Metroid Prime 4 and Metroid: Samus Returns: What They Mean

Metroid is back. The explosion of ideas that is Super Mario Odyssey resulted in the best game Nintendo showed off at E3, but it was the sudden one-two punch…

Second Opinion: I Didn’t Like Wolfenstein The New Order

Alas, poor B.J. I knew him well. This is not a series about games you haven’t heard of.  This is a series about games EVERYONE has heard of.  Games…

Second Opinion Shorts: You Should Play “The Crow’s Eye”

This IS A Series About Games You Haven’t Heard Of! Normally, Second Opinion is a show where we take a game everyone’s heard of and try to present an…

E3 Preview: Harvest Moon: Light Of Hope – More Farming, Same Harvest Moon?

Living The Agricultural Dream Farming sure is getting popular in games as of late. Between Stardew Valley becoming a hit and the continued success of games such as Farming…

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E3 Impressions: Breaking Balance in LawBreakers

A great time that still might need work. Arriving at the LawBreakers booth was like walking into the middle of a WWE championship match. A crowd watched as players came and…

E3 Preview: Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana – NISA And Falcom At Their Finest

Ys VIII is shaping up to be the must-play action-RPG of 2017 Last week at E3, we at Hey Poor Player were fortunate enough to go behind closed doors…

E3 Preview: Moss – An Imaginative VR Trek Through A Stunning Storybook World

Polyarc delivers an unexpected showstopper with Moss.   Every so often, a game comes out of left field and leaves you completely breathless. Moss, the upcoming PlayStation VR release from…

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E3 Preview: DONTNOD’s Vampyr Seduces and Surprises

The studio’s latest is a far cry from Life is Strange. Those who know the name DONTNOD know it for one or two things. Most likely, they know it…

E3 Preview: Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash – It’s Getting Hot In Here

Best Vacation Ever!     Ah, Senran Kagura, where were you during my teenage adolescent years? You could have helped me through some of my most difficult and confusing…

I Coleman Is Doomed – Episode 3

In which our hero accidentally 100 percents a level with only the pistol. In this week’s episode of I Coleman Is Doomed, I enters Doom‘s first secret level armed…

Second Opinion: I Didn’t Like Wolfenstein The New Order

Alas, poor B.J. I knew him well. This is not a series about games you haven’t heard of.  This is a series about games EVERYONE has heard of.  Games…

Wonder Woman Review

Wonder Woman Review

“You Are Stronger Than You Believe.” This review is a week late in the making. But to be fair, Wonder Woman is years late to the silver screen. Therefore…

Virology Book Review

When Frank put a copy of Virology (written by Ren Warom) in my hands and asked me for a review, I jumped. Despite not having read Virology's predecessor, Escapeology,…

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