The Insight: The Wonders Of New Pokémon Snap Help Our Writer Chill As A Sci-Fi Nature Photographer. But It Needs More Varied Gameplay

By Isaac Espinosa The region of Lental: Home to spectacular vistas, many different species of Pokémon, and most importantly, opportunities for amazing pictures! New Pokémon Snap, developed by Hal Laboratories and Bandai Namco, is the latest addition to the Pokémon line-up of spin-off titles. Building on the original Pokémon Snap released on March 21st of…

The Roundup: Legendary Pokemon Giveaway, Overwatch Deathmatch, Zoe Quinn NYC Reading, Microsoft Mixed-Reality VR, Sex Trafficking Game Raises Awareness

By Shane Ferguson Greetings Circlers, Shane here to wrap up August with your final Roundup of the month. It’s been a great week (and month) for gamers. And on the horizon, September is looking even better. This week our Circle presents a special announcement, in depth reviews and Pokemon news! Before we begin, we would…

Inside The Mummies Exhibit At AMNH: Great, But Needs Games

By Harold Goldberg Recently, I attended a press preview of “The Mummies,” a new exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History that will linger here in New York City until next January. The exhibit travels to AMNH courtesy of Chicago’s Field Museum, so the new presentation is stunning in its depth of history, archaeology…

The Roundup: The Circle And Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Yo! Jon here. Lucy is taking a break so I’ll be filling in for her this week. For those of you who made it out to our Barcade community event, it was great seeing you all again! Christopher Byrd explores the “boisterously odd” Headlander, Double Fine’s first title published under Adult…