David Jagneaux

David Jagneaux

Freelance Writer and Editor

David lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and loves everything about gaming. He has been writing about games since 2011 and has been writing and editing professionally since 2008.

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Might and Magic Heroes VII Review

From the game’s fundamentally flawed technical foundation to the abhorrently misdirected implementation and communication of design elements, this is one massively missed opportunity.

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What The Zelda Games Could Learn From the Manga

I’ve always been of the opinion that it’s time for Link to have a more dynamic personality in The Legend of Zelda games and one of the best ways to inject that into a character is to give them something to say...

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Sunset (PC) Review | CGMagazine

I can say with complete confidence that Sunset is unlike anything I’ve experienced before...

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 E3 Preview – Hidden in the Shadows

If you ask anyone, gaming enthusiasts or otherwise, to name a first-person military shooter, chances are you’ll get the same two or three answers from everyone such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, and if they’re remembering years past, Medal of Honor...

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Mighty No. 9 E3 Preview: Mega Action

When the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter was originally announced, it was one of the first Kickstarters from a truly legendary developer...

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Chasm E3 Preview - Cavernous Depths

For a lot of people, Chasm is a bit of a dream game in terms of the genre mashups it’s boasting...

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 Preview: Secretive Brilliance

Among the whirlwind that was Hideo Kojima parting ways with Konami, development on a little game called Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain continued steadily along...

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Divinity Enhanced Edition E3 Preview: Couch Coop Returns

When I first played Divinity: Original Sin on PC, I knew it was something special...

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Skyhill E3 Preview: Hotel of Horrors

There are few scenarios in which being in the nicest penthouse suite at the top of a 100-storey hotel would be considered a bad thing, but an apocalypse is definitely one to make that rare list...

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Not A Hero Review

From the moment I read the description, saw the art style, and noticed who was publishing Not a Hero, I couldn’t help but draw comparisons to the popular Hotline Miami franchise...

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Van Helsing III Preview: Hellraisers

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing has always been an exceedingly interesting game series to me. On the one hand...

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Dirty Bomb Preview: Blaze of Glory

What do you get when you mix elements from games like Team Fortress 2, Counter Strike, and Quake: Enemy Territory?

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Silent Hills: Cancellation and the Franchise’s Future

I have no hesitations when I say that P.T. is the best horror game I have ever played...