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Axon Interactive's Tabby Rose and Jeff Rose discuss the all-ages inspirations for their debut game Quench.
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Star Fox Zero once again proves that motion controls don't always make games better.
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James and Yaw take you on a trip to Hyrule and adapt the legendary Nintendo property The Legend of Zelda.
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This week James and Yaw take on a little-known sci-fi video game epic known as Halo.
The Witness is an excellent game that makes colorblind players painfully aware of their inability to play it.