Eric Watson

Freelance Writer

Fort Worth, TX

Eric Watson

Freelance Writer. Lover of Games, Movies, Books, and You.



SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Review

Over the last several years, Swedish indie developers Image & Form Games have been quietly and expertly expanding their colorful robot-filled SteamWorld universe. Impressively each of these games embodies completely different genres, such as action-platformer with SteamWorld Dig and turn-based tactical strategy in SteamWorld Heist, while still maintaining lovely 2D artwork and funny robot heroes.
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The Legend of Grimrock devs are back with Druidstone, a new tabletop-inspired tactical RPG

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Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker Review

When you play the game of thrones you win or you die, but when you play Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker, everyone has a great time. Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker is a social deduction and bluffing game for large groups of five to eight players that builds upon the successful game mechanics of other social card games.
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Last Epoch puts a brilliant new twist on the Diablo and Path of Exile skill systems

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May 2019 - Issue 30

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Risk of Rain 2 Shows Incredible Promise in Early Access

I lived through the initial 3D gaming era of the mid to late 90s. Whether for better or worse, most games made the awkward, ugly transition from pixels to polygons. And for every Mario 64 there was, well, a Sonic 3D. Thankfully we’re far removed from those days. But rarely do we see a series so completely, and effectively transform from 2D to 3D, as I’ve seen in Risk of Rain 2.
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Nokia 3.1 Phone Review

With a big focus on the camera and screen display, the Nokia 3.1 is a great budget starter phone, especially for teens. The under-$200 phone market has become highly competitive as more advanced hardware and operating systems become the standard. The Nokia 3.1 cuts corners when it comes to advanced processing power, storage space, and battery life, as is typical for budget phones.
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Anker Nebula Capsule Review

Though its relatively large speaker is a bit underwhelming, the Nebula Capsule is the clear winner in premium portable projectors thanks to its intuitive Android interface and wireless connectivity. A little over a year ago Anker Nebula successfully crowdfunded an all-in-one mini projector with the same size and shape as a can of soda.
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Optoma ML750ST Review

While projectors can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, like any piece of technology it’s what’s under the hood that counts. The Optoma ML750ST isn’t terribly attractive, but it is an absolute workhorse packed into a relatively small frame, outputting 700 ANSI Lumens with an astonishing 20,000:1 contrast ratio.
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Elephas YG400 Mini Projector Review

When faced with a tight budget, the Elephas YG400 offers solid image quality and supports more than enough devices for under $100. You should be justifiably concerned when it comes to budget projectors. A sophisticated piece of technology isn’t usually an area you want to cut corners. In the case of projectors, spending more usually results in a clearer picture and more connectivity options.
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Apeman Projector M4 Review

If you value extreme portability over raw power, the Apeman Projector M4 provides a sleek, modern design you can fit in your pocket with surprisingly solid image- and audio quality for its size. One of the biggest perks to owning a projector is being able to quickly display an image in unconventional places, like outdoors.
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Eric Watson

Eric is a freelance writer who enjoys video games, movies, comics, and Dallas-based sports teams.

He lives near Fort Worth, Texas with his wife and daughter, two dogs, two cats, two fish tanks, some hermit crabs, and a bookshelf full of Transformers.