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Paige Cox

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Hey, I’m Paige! I’m an undergraduate student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and I’m majoring in Interactive Media & Game Development. Video games have been my passion ever since my dad bought me Ratchet and Clank: Going Commando for Christmas one year. I love games that have a sense of humor to them, and I really enjoy exploring colorful worlds and experiencing the narration along with the game characters. I'm particularly interested in the concept of serious games at the moment and would love any suggestions!

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Blowfish Studios' Take on Build and Play!

Gunscape, created by Blowfish Studios, is a newly released game for several platforms. I was lucky enough to get my hands on a press beta for PC, and might I say that I was pleasantly surprised by the content I saw.

Light-hearted gameplay & upcoming events.

Love Live: School Idol Festival is a free rhythm game for mobile devices based on the Love Live anime franchise. The English version of the game was released on May 11, 2014, and the game has been gaining popularity ever since. I just recently began playing the game and have to say that I am enjoying it far more than I had originally anticipated.

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A Look at One of 2015's Weirdest Indies

Recently, I’ve gotten into playing an odd little game known as Viscera Cleanup Detail (VCD for short) that was fully released on Steam late last year. Now, this is the first game that I’ve actively been playing since finishing up The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, so I was looking for something simple and mildly entertaining; As in I didn’t want another emotional ride. I got what I asked for, plus a ton of unexpected laughs.

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As many are probably aware, Insomniac Games will be releasing a PS4 remake of the original Ratchet and Clank game this April. As a die hard fan, I’m thrilled. When I was a kid, I loved playing the first few PS2 games that Insomniac created. I remember watching my father play the Going Commando title until I was confident enough to try it out for myself, and might I say that I was terrible for the longest time. But that didn’t matter! It was fun. It was a great time; it was memorable.