Elisha Deogracias

PROFILE:

Elisha Deogracias is an aspiring accountant by day, freelance writer by night. Before writing for Gaming Trend, he had a small gig on the now defunct examiner.com. When not being a third wheel with his best friends on dates or yearning for some closure on Pushing Daisies, he's busy catching up on Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and wacky rhythm games. Still doesn't know if he's a kid or a squid.

Posts by Elisha Deogracias:

One Dog Story barks its way onto Steam today

by 11 hours ago

Big Way Games today announced that its pixel-art platformer One Dog Story is on Steam today. The indie side-scroller  is available for PC, Mac, and Linux for $9.99, with a …

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Multiplayer co-op stealth game Hacktag to be released on Steam Early Access in May

by 2 days ago

Piece of Cake Studios recently announced its new co-op stealth game, Hacktag, to be released on Steam Early Access May 18. The game will introduce an innovative asymmetrical multiplayer experience …

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Nintendo and McDonald’s announce Mario Happy Meal toys, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe promotion

by 3 days ago

A collaboration with Nintendo and McDonald’s has ended up in some tasty news: Nintendo has released new Mario toys for McDonald’s Happy Meals from now until May 22. The eight …

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Capcom announces Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite cinematic story mode, new characters

by 3 days ago

Yesterday, Capcom released details on a whole slew of new information about its upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. In collaboration with the comic juggernaut, Capcom announced eight more characters as …

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Clean sweep: Head of State developer Ed Biden on Sudoku Sweeper, mobile development

by 3 days ago

Coming fresh off of the success of political simulator Head of State, developer Ed Biden has worked with his team to create Sudoku Sweeper, an upcoming mobile game that mixes …

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Vroom, clap (I’m in my mum’s car) – Vroom in the Night Sky review

by 3 days ago

There are some games that are pretty entertaining regardless of quality. QWOP and Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing are titles that venture into the “so bad it’s good” territory, …

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Would you kindly? Majotori review

by 5 days ago

Trivia is a weird timewaster; it basically boils down to having a chance at putting that otherwise useless factoid you learned in high school history class to good use. (As …

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The Bad Dudes’ Earthbound remix tribute album Psychokinetic available now

by 1 week ago

    Fresh off the completed You are Now Earthbound Kickstarter, remixing group The Bad Dudes has released its Earthbound remix Tribute Psychokinetic on digital media formats. Additionally, the two-part remix album …

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    Poisoft releases new gameplay videos for Vroom in the night sky

    by 1 week ago

    A couple weeks after being released on the North American Switch eShop, Japanese developer Poisoft has shared three videos for its game Vroom in the Sky. The videos showcase the …

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    Goodbye to a world: Bye-Bye BoxBoy! review

    by 2 weeks ago

    If you told me two years ago that a game featuring a sentient box would be one of the best puzzle series on the 3DS, I’d probably think you would …

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    The Final Station goes on the road again with The Only Traitor DLC

    by 2 weeks ago

    DoMyBest Games and tinyBuild announced that they will release new DLC for The Final Station later this week. Entitled “The Only Traitor”, the DLC extends the storyline of the original …

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    Horizon Zero Dawn behind-the-scenes documentary released on Dutch TV

    by 2 weeks ago

    Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn has received a lot of critical acclaim ever since its release earlier in the year. Travis called it “the most badass game I’ve played this …

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