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One Year Later, Apple Arcade Is Still A Great Deal

One Year Later, Apple Arcade Is Still A Great Deal

On September 19, 2019, Apple launched Apple Arcade, an $8-a-month subscription service dedicated to bringing top-tier, bullshit-free mobile games to iPhones, iPads, and Apple TV. One year later the service has more than 130 mostly great games with more arriving on a semi-weekly basis, and I’ve never once considered cancelling.

Finally, A Video Game Worthy Of Samurai Jack

Finally, A Video Game Worthy Of Samurai Jack

Samurai Jack, Genndy Tartakovsky’s excellent animated martial arts drama, debuted on Cartoon Network in December of 2001. It ran until 2004, returning for a fifth and final season on Adult Swim in 2017. In all that time only two games were made based on the series, and they weren’t great….

Indie Adventure Neversong Reminds Me Of My Coma Nightmares

Indie Adventure Neversong Reminds Me Of My Coma Nightmares

Released on Apple Arcade last week and coming to Steam and GOG on May 20, Neversong tells the story of Peet, an orphan boy who slips into a coma when his girlfriend is snatched during a visit to the local asylum. Peet wakes up in a melancholy twilight world populated…