A Kay Purcell

PROFILE:

Best known online as damphyr, Kay is a Pokémon addict who dreams of running away to join the X-Men. This purple haired wonder writes about fandom, community, and Internet culture, works for DeviantArt by day, and acts as head mixologist at DrunkenFandom.com by night.

Posts by A Kay Purcell:

A first look at the world of Far Cry 5 with executive producer Dan Hay

by 2 days ago

Welcome to Hope County, the beautiful, rural setting for Far Cry 5. I received an introduction to this seemingly sleepy little town and a number of its residents thanks to …

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Crawling through the catacombs: Medusa’s Labyrinth review

by 3 days ago

I have always enjoyed adventure games, from Companions of Xanth (I just dated myself, didn't I?) to Myst to The Witness, I get an undeniable joy out of exploring worlds …

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Pokémon Magikarp Jump now available globally

by 3 days ago

After a surprise launch in¬†Italy early Wednesday, Pok√©mon's newest mobile game, Magikarp Jump, can now be downloaded globally. Available for both iOS and Android, the newest Pok√©mon game¬†puts the spotlight …

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Far Cry 5 key art gives a first look at the new characters

by 4 days ago

Ubisoft has unveiled the key¬†art for Far Cry 5. The first trailer, which we reported on earlier this week, announced that the upcoming game will be set in rural¬†Montana, a …

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Beans: The Coffee Shop Simulator launches July 1st

by 2 weeks ago

Get your resumes ready, because your managerial experience will be required in the humorous,¬†pixel art simulation game, Beans: The Coffee Shop. Available in the Steam store July 1st, this Kickstarter …

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VRobot: A smashing good time

by 2 weeks ago

    Have you ever wanted to wreak destruction without being labeled the bad guy? Ever wanted to flatten an entire city in the name of the greater good? If so, then …

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    A less than Radiant Crusade

    by 3 weeks ago

    My office celebrated surviving yet another week with a Friday afternoon Mario Kart 8 Deluxe party. Joy-Cons jumped from hand to hand, banana peels and colorful turtle shells were flying …

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    First look at Bionik Gaming accessories

    by 3 weeks ago

    Gamers, both serious and casual alike, are constantly seeking to customize their experiences, aiming to improve their performance or to simply make their play sessions more convenient and more comfortable. …

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    It’s always sunny in Mobius: The Caligula Effect Review

    by 4 weeks ago

    We live in a world of smart technology which is steadily becoming more capable of anticipating our needs, but what happens when that technology evolves into to true artificial intelligence¬†and¬†decides …

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    Nadia was Here releases May 26th

    by 1 month ago

    Nadia was Here will be available in the Steam sore on May 26th. This retro styled game was¬†inspired by 8 and 16 bit era RPGs, and was developed by the¬†one-man …

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    Terraform your world: Symphony of the Machine review

    by 1 month ago

    Virtual reality is still a new and emerging technology. With a laundry list of restrictions, from the cost of purchasing a headset to the limits of software and computing power, …

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    1-2 Switch: A party in your pocket

    by 1 month ago

    I watched the Nintendo Direct which announced the Switch, like countless others. I cheered some games, shrugged at those which did not catch my attention, and was shocked to discover …

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