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.

Devil May Cry 5 Review

Devil May Cry 5 is the perfect distillation of what has made the series great. It’s audacious, it’s exciting, and it is endlessly replayable if just to experience everything again. An early contender for Game of the Year, hands down. Do not miss this one.

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Dead or Alive 6 Review

Dead or Alive 6 has an identity crisis. On the one hand, it wants to break away from the franchise’s legacy of being nothing more …

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Dead or Alive 6 First Impressions

Dead or Alive 6 still has some lewd content on display, but there’s a greater focus on the technical kinetic combat.

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First Impressions: Apex Legends Brings New Life to Battle Royale

Well, Apex Legends came out, and here are our First Impressions.

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Life is Strange 2’s Latest Episode Goes To Gran’s House

Life is Strange 2 Episode 2: Rules begins with Sean and Daniel surviving through the winter. Taking advantage of supplies obtained in the last episode …

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Fanatical Take: So, Soldier 76 is Gay

So Soldier 76 is gay….here’s our fanatical take.

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Tyler Chancey’s Top 5 Games of 2018

My fellow fanatics, the end of the year is upon us again. We had some interesting times this year, Kazuma Kiryu had his final goodbye, …

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Let’s Discuss Marvel’s Spider-Man’s Ending

Marvel’s Spider-Man did something quietly revolutionary, and I love it.

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Darksiders III Review

Darksiders III is a game plagued by production woes. I wish I could say the developers rise to the challenge, but sadly the Fury in this game feels impotent.

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Is Red Dead Redemption 2 Too Realistic?

My fellow fanatics, we’ve had some time to enjoy filling ourselves. Filling ourselves on turkey and good company with friends and family. Filling ourselves on …

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What the Hell Happened to Fallout?

Fallout 76 was a bad idea from the very beginning. Looking back at what the series was originally about, it’s not that surprising.

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The Missing Review

Swery65’s The Missing is an off-beat surreal horror experience with a lot to love… assuming you can look past some issues and filler.

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Call of Cthulhu Review

Cyanide Studios takes a crack at making a Call of Cthulhu video game. The result is a pretty insane mix of good, bad, and even brilliant.

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