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.

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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Save Against Fear 2018 Highlights

Another year of Save Against Fear has happened, and with it comes interesting board games and RPGs. Give them a look.

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My Memory of Us and Our Memory of History

My Memory of Us appears to be another indie platformer on the surface. But dig a little deeper and it’s a poignant story about history.

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Starlink: Battle For Atlas Review

Starlink has more ground to stand on as a toys-to-life experience thanks to great art direction and entertaining spaceship combat.

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Fanatical Five: Our Top 5 Favorite Cosmic Horror Games

Cosmic horror games are a unique challenge. One that several games have successfully accomplished. Here are our top 5 favorite video games in that genre.

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Life is Strange 2’s First Episode Is A Bold New Direction

Life is Strange 2 makes some bold decisions. New cast, new challenges, new focus. But these are all risks that have paid off.

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Destiny 2

Death, Depression, and Destiny 2

The past three years have been nothing but death and depression for me. Then…my clan in Destiny 2 helped.

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Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review | Twin Dragons

Yakuza Kiwami 2 is at its best when it’s cleaning up and streamlining the main story, which outshines the weaker additions.

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Indie Spotlight: 20XX – Roguelite Mega Man

This time with Indie Game Spotlight, we look at 20XX. A Mega Man-inspired roguelite action platformer that gets everything right.

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Blazblue Cross Tag Battle Review | Tagged Out

Blazblue Cross Tag Battle finally mashes four fighting franchises together. And cuts some corners along the way.

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