Oriental Empires: A Fat-free 4X Experience

Most gamers regard the 4X (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate) Strategy genre as something only the “true hardcore” can play. Understandably so because people who play these games were those who grew up with the early Civilization titles. Newer 4X games, like Crusader Kings and Total War, are there to introduce the genre to younger…

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The Myth of Convention Cannibalism

The convention circuit has seen a great upheaval over the past couple of years. Bigger conventions like AsiaPop Comicon, ToyCon PopLife Fan X, and Cosplay Mania have become the annual convention triumvirate that pop-culture fans are waiting for; drawing some attention away from the smaller conventions that have been happening since the early 2000s. However,…

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Sym-Phony of the Night – ‘Citadale: The Legends Trilogy’ REVIEW

There really isn't a fine line between an homage and a rip-off. But there are some works that straddle that line and walk/dance on it like a driver pulled over for suspected DUI. Citadale: The Legends Trilogy is one such game. Presenting itself as throwback to the original beloved Castlevania, it's really just Castlevania; if…

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How WaG Chooses Fighting Game Characters

We here at What's a Geek have several people who are a part of the local Fighting Game Community (or the FGC, for short), or are just interested in fighting games in general. So given that, we've asked said staff members about how they pick their characters that they choose to play in fighting games.…

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“Ghost Girls” No More

The Ghostbusters reboot has received a lot of hate over the course of its pre-showing promotion. Complaints ranged from petty and absurd (some would even say sexist or mysoginistic) to "Yeah, they've got a point" valid. But guess which end of the spectrum was amplified through the portals of the internet hate machine. It also…

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