Tyler Chancey

Whenever he's not posting long form ramblings at his own digital watering hole at cybertavern.blogspot.com, Tyler Chancey is a robot in human skin passionate about video games as an artform. He is also addicted to trash anime and polyhedral dice.

What We’ve Been Watching: Castlevania S3

What a time to be alive. We are officially on season 3 of the Netflix adaptation of one of the most iconic gothic-horror action game …

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You Should Play It: Kentucky Route Zero

My fellow fanatics, as we are still dipping our feet into the waters of 2020 and acclimating to its stinging temperature, it has been made …

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What We’ve Been Watching: The Witcher

My fellow fanatics, Netflix’s latest big budget production has been a long time coming. An adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher. A series beloved by …

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Tyler’s Top 5 Games of 2019

My fellow fanatics, 2019 was a…pretty difficult year for gaming for me. Not a whole lot stood out as truly groundbreaking or emotionally gripping or …

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Doctor Who: The Edge of Time Puts The Sonic In Your Hands

My fellow fanatics, we really don’t have a lot of good Doctor Who games. One of the most iconic sci-fi franchises in existence known for …

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Fanatical Take: I Don’t Care About Blizzard Anymore

My fellow fanatics, Blizzcon has come and gone once again. The great convention showcasing the passionate community and talented developers behind the fantastic games made …

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Save Against Fear 2019 Highlights

My fellow fanatics, October is here yet again, so you know what that means. Yes, another feature about the cool stuff I experienced at the …

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Life is Strange 2 Episode 4 Tries To Keep The Faith

The latest episode of Life is Strange 2, simply titled Faith, is the most adverse chapter yet. It separates Daniel and Sean for the first …

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The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan Is A Game Everyone Should Experience

Supermassive Games have been a refreshing influence in horror games and interactive dramas in recent memory. Until Dawn in 2015 was a great take on …

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Catherine: Full Body Review

Seven years after the original release, and there still isn’t anything quite like Catherine. An erotic horror game that is one-half interactive drama with dialogue …

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Super Mario Maker 2’s Brilliant Secret

Recently, I started getting into Super Mario Maker 2. Yes, the game has been out for a while. Rave reviews have come out. Our very …

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

My first reaction to Wolfenstein: Youngblood was to be cautiously optimistic. Bethesda hasn’t done this game any favors, there hasn’t been a single piece of …

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Judgment Review

Editors Note: This review was made possible thanks to an advanced copy of the game provided by the publisher. When I reviewed Yakuza 6 last …

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