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Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

Dripping With Unrealized Potential

When I was a kid, I tried assembling a model car. This was back before “Nailed it!” was a meme (and before the internet in general), but I remember being disappointed by the disparity between the picture on the box and my final result. Compare...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

A Square Peg In A Round Hole

Pokémon has seen its share of strange offshoots, but Pokémon Quest goes in unique directions with both its gameplay and art style. Taking place on an island where everything is shaped like a cube, the free-to-play Pokémon Quest has you explori...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

Life Doesn't Always Find A Way

From your opening moments creating a small park with a handful of dinosaurs while you listen to Jeff Goldblum give appropriately cheeky warnings to deadly dinosaur breakouts and jealous sabotage efforts later, Jurassic World Evolution is true to...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

A Definite Fixer-Upper

In the realm of incredibly niche sim games, House Flipper certainly feels like a no-brainer. The concept of buying run-down houses, improving them, and then selling for a tidy profit has spawned countless television series, and makes for an entic...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

Novel Puzzles In A Sushi-Obsessed Land

In Sushi Strikers, you aren’t sliding colored gems into groups of three or more on a grid, but the part of your brain that sparks when three of the same thing disappears after you make them neighbors lights up here. To make the whole experienc...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

Blistering Action With Detailed Instructions

The Dillon games represent a rarity in Nintendo’s library. Its star, Dillon, lives in a world ravaged by aliens, and he takes many of his thematic cues from Mad Max: Fury Road. Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers opens with an 18-wheeler truck race ac...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

It's Not Your Racket's Fault

I wasn't a good tennis player in high school because I didn't have the mental strength necessary to succeed. Tennis demands consistency in every stroke and the ability to move on from a bad point. That becomes almost impossible in Tennis World...

Technology / GameInformer - 8 months ago

Lukewarm Blooded Homage

Back in 2015, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night director Koji Igarashi convinced more than 60,000 Kickstarter backers to fund Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – a spiritual successor to his beloved classic. That project is still in developme...