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Eric Watson

Freelance Writer

Fort Worth, TX

Eric Watson

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

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Crossing Souls Review

Available On: PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PC (Win, Mac, Linux) My generation (I’m in my 30s) has an indomitable passion for the 1980s. The appeal waxes from fun nostalgia to tiresome and cynical. Sometimes you get brilliant results like Stranger Things, other times it’s a disastrous grab bag like Ready Player One.
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Laser League is future sports with deadly neon lasers

In the year 2150, the biggest arena sport is played with light. "Laser League is a totally new sport we have invented,” said Simon Bennett, founder and director at Roll7. “It’s built to be a fun and exciting original experience.”. Laser League recently launched on Steam Early Access, offering local play of up to 4v4, and online teams of 2v2 and 3v3.
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Aegis Defenders review

What is it? Pixelated, 2D platforming tower defense for two. Reviewed on Windows 10, AMD FX-8350, 8GB RAM, GeForce GTX 960. Things were going well until the escort mission. My regular tactic of hiding behind towers and traps didn't work when I had to safeguard a caravan across a level full of monsters, trying to keep things moving while also juggling multiple characters and opening pathways for them.
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Monster Hunter: World Tips and Guide for New Players

Monster Hunter: World may be the most accessible game in the series (read our review) but it’s still a tricky game to jump into, particularly if you’re completely new to the Monster Hunter series. We’ve compiled some helpful tips and explained some important mechanics to help start novice hunters on the right path to hunting and slaying.
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Monster Hunter: World Review

I had the Anjanath on the run. Monster Hunter’s version of a Tyrannosaurus Rex decided he’d had enough of my hacking and slashing, and fled to higher ground. I chased after him, winding up the trees and branches in the Ancient Forest. We reached a nest-like clearing and faced each other, prepared to duel it out again.
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Re-Legion is like Syndicate with cults instead of corporations

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PAX South Preview: Dauntless is Part Destiny, Part Monster Hunter

Dauntless either has terrible timing or brilliant timing. Indie developer Phoenix Labs had one of the largest booth at PAX South to show off their free-to-play monster hunting game. The booth lie in the shadow of the even larger Capcom booth, who’s gigantic Rathalos statue beckoned people to play one of the biggest releases of the year: Monster Hunter: World.
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PAX South Preview: Lightseekers Trading Card Game

The future of the toys to life genre may look bleak, but PlayFusion has a few cards up their sleeves to remain optimistic. Their Lightseekers cross-media brand had a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2016, and began releasing last year. But it’s the collectible trading card game I checked out at PAX South 2018.
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PAX South Preview: The Darwin Project Turns Battle Royale into Hunger Games

One of the most popular booths on the show floor at PAX South 2018 was Microsoft’s Mixer booth, which was hosting the Darwin Project. Developed by indie Canadian studio Scavengers Studio, Microsoft quickly saw the potential between creating a Hunger Games-like action-survival game, and incorporating their own live streaming software, Mixer.
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The 20 Most Exciting Indie Games from PAX South 2018

As one of the smaller Penny Arcade Expos, PAX South remains a great destination for indie designers and publishers. This year Capcom dominated the showfloor with Monster Hunter: World, but bigger indie publishers like 1C, TinyBuild, Annapurna, Devolver Digital, and Crytivo also drew large crowds.
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Diaochan: Nuclear Winter

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How devs and fans are coming together to rebuild Neverwinter Nights

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About

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.