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Tech Bytes: September 2022
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Tech Bytes: September 2022

September is always a huge month for news, and it was the case again this year as we got announcements from Apple and NVIDIA, among others.
Mario Party Superstars: The DANAMIC Review
Gaming

Mario Party Superstars: The DANAMIC Review

Nintendo's suite of multiplayer titles gets bigger with their latest game Mario Party Superstars, aiming to bring the board game experience.
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl: The DANAMIC Review
Gaming

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl: The DANAMIC Review

Gen 4 is back in a new light with Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, the latest remake in the ever-popular franchise.
Thank You Sakurai: A Tribute to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Gaming

Thank You Sakurai: A Tribute to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

As Super Smash Bros. Ultimate rides into the sunset with its final DLC character, we pay tribute to the game and the man behind the series.
Tech Bytes: The Biggest Announcements from E3 2021
Gaming

Tech Bytes: The Biggest Announcements from E3 2021

E3 2021 has come and gone, with plenty of showcases from publishers. We review the biggest announcements that came during the event.
Tech Bytes: February 2021
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Tech Bytes: February 2021

Amidst the busy CNY and Valentine's period comes news in the tech/gaming world. See what you might have missed in Tech Bytes February 2021!
Gaming in 2020: What you should be expecting to see
Gaming

Gaming in 2020: What you should be expecting to see

2019 has gone and passed. We’ve had a number of major headlines dole out throughout the year; the highs of the unexpected success of Apex Legends, to the lows of the fallout from the Blizzard/Blitzchung debacle. But the past is the past, and we now head on to the year 2020, which is aiming to be one of the most exciting for the gaming industry. Here are the headlines that you should expect for gaming in the year 2020: An onslaught of GOTY contenders 2019 has been a quiet year for gaming. Yes, we had spectacular games in Sekiro: Shadows…
Old School Nostalgia: A trip down memory lane
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Old School Nostalgia: A trip down memory lane

Back when the Internet was still an unknown concept, our only forms of entertainment were trips to the playground, the library, and the mamashop. For the luckier ones, we would own a Nintendo or SEGA gaming consoles that other children could only dream of having. As we grow older, nothing ever seems better than the food, games, and books of our childhood.  Join me as I re-visit the artefacts that were a part of the good old times, when everything was much simpler: all we did was read, binge on snacks, and play with our friends. Old School Treats  Featured…
Joysteak Studios: The Road to Rhythm Redemption
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Joysteak Studios: The Road to Rhythm Redemption

“These two words come to mind: worth it”. That was the sentiment of Tan Kang Soon, Co-founder of Joysteak Studios, on the entire experience of developing a game as his company wraps up development on their first and upcoming rhythm platformer, Songbird Symphony.  Though, calling it a company might give a different impression on how big the team is. Along with Producer/Artist Kang Soon, the studio is only comprised of two other members; Lead Programmer Chue Sai Hou and Writer/Sound Engineer Muhammad Hanif. During production, all three divide their time working on the game between two locations: Kang Soon’s home…
E3 2019 Round-up: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Cyberpunk 2077, and more
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E3 2019 Round-up: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Cyberpunk 2077, and more

E3 2019 has officially ended, and like previous years, a ton of exciting reveals and new information were at the forefront of the event. Let’s take a look at the highlights from this year’s event. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – The Beginning to the Road to Redemption? The handling of the Star Wars IP by Electronic Arts (EA) has not gone exceptionally well. There has been much bad press coming out of their Battlefront games and the cancellation of two prominent anticipated Star Wars games from Visceral Games and EA Motive. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is perhaps the…
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