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.

Persona 5 Review | Stole My Heart

Persona 5 has great gameplay and great visuals, but crucially stumbles in pacing and progressive character drama.

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Persona 5 Streaming Policy Changes

Persona 5’s Terrible Prologue | Fanatical Take

Persona 5 should be smart and to the point. And it is…once you get through the embarrassing prologue and some narrative missteps

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review | Link vs. Wild

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the killer app for the Nintendo Switch. It is also a new modern masterpiece.

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Nintendo Switch Hardware Review

We at The Game Fanatics have gotten our hands on the Nintendo Switch. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering getting one.

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JonTron’s Voice Dropped From Yooka-Laylee

Due to the recent controversial statements by YouTuber JonTron, Playtonic Games have removed his work from Yooka-Laylee

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Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment Review | Ghoulish Greatness

Shovel Knight Specter of Torment is a prequel to the grand adventure that manages to have dark moments, tragic yet endearing heroes, and some more fresh and exciting gameplay to enjoy.

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5 Indie Games on Nintendo Switch I’m Excited For | Fanatical Five

Nintendo just revealed a bunch of indie games coming to the Nintendo Switch. Since we’re mere days away from the console’s launch, here’s a list of five games that I know I’ll be enjoying anywhere.

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Chroma Squad Launches on Consoles This May

Chroma Squad is finally coming to console after two years on PC. Although some consoles will be left disappointed at this most recent announcement.

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Nioh Review | Samurai Souls

Nioh is a confident and proudly Japanese Action RPG from its setting and characters to its weapons and monsters. Equal parts difficult and rewarding.

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Double Dragon IV Review | Fighting ‘Round The World

Double Dragon IV will satisfy fans of the franchise and is a welcome celebration of its 30 year history. But they may have forgotten what made the past games so memorable.

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Tales of Berseria Review | Sympathy For The Devil

Tales of Berseria is a dark tale of revenge that doesn’t fall into adolescent ideas of edginess. A revenge tale of desire and want versus logic and pragmatism that doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel, but is still absolutely solid.

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Humble Month

Humble Bundle Launches Publishing Program

Humble Bundle has always been known for its great deals on PC games and books, but it looks like the distributor is going into game publishing with a new multi-million dollar initiative.

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Bioware Drops Morality Dialogue for Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda will not have Paragon and Renegade dialogue options. Creative Lead Mac Walters has a good explanation why.

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