Shovel Knight: The Most Important Game of a Generation

There’s been a trend of non-gamers feeling more inclined to show interest in the gaming world, and this is something the industry has been evolving toward for a long, long time.  Video games have often been trivialized as childish means of entertainment for the unmotivated; the hallmark of laziness. We’ve all seen it – the portrait of a person who hasn’t moved very far in life typically consists of them sitting in their parent’s basement, being sustained by popcorn and kept content by playing video games day to night.  This is a stereotype that was created and perpetuated in...

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