Why game dialogue relies on getting the little things right

One day, I came across a small indie title on Steam called Night in the Woods by Infinite Fall. It told the story of...

How the pink Nintendo DS defined a generation

Ah, 2006. An iconic year for many reasons; Pirates of the Caribbean 2 came out, all the cool kids had Beyblades or Bakugan, or...

Opinion: Why gender representation is still an issue in games

Over the past 40+ years, larger development teams, bigger budgets and numerous technological advancements have served to drastically increase the scope of video games,...

Nostalgia goggles: The games that made our childhood

Whether it be enjoying a particular level on a long car ride, or associating a game with visiting a certain family member, we all...

Love is in the air!: Forge’s favourite character pairings

We here at Forge Press love a bit of romance in games. Titles such as Mass Effect and Stardew Valley have made us fall...

Review: Coffee Talk

Fancy a brew? Coffee Talk is unique in concept (though many have compared it to VA-11 Hall-A, wherein you star as a bartender in a...

Review: Rune Factory 4 Special

Get ready to farm, craft, adventure, and more in the town of Selphia, as Rune Factory 4 returns in its beautiful enhanced form on...

Review: Heroland

Welcome to Heroland, a magical theme park where anyone can become a hero! ...Except you, you’re an employee. Take control of Lucky, your silent, poofy...

Review: Frog Detective 2- The Case of the Invisible Wizard

You’re a frog. You’re a detective. And you don’t wear hats. Get ready for a short but sweet sleuthing adventure in the town of Warlock...

Gaming traditions at Christmas

Being an avid gamer, I’ve been really looking forward to Christmas break so that I can go home, lock myself in my room and...

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