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Craig

Craig is the founder of The Chaos Rift and developer of the games published here. In his spare time he'll also write about games, play games and dream about games. Being a Game developer has been a dream of Craig's since he was 14 and after some detours has finally started to realize his dreams.

30 Minutes with Dead Effect

Fuck this game! I spent slightly less than 30 minutes playing Dead Effect. My official opinion is that this game absolutely sucks and to burn all copies of it out of existence.   Get into Dead Effect and you’ll immediately think you were playing the Dead Space Alpha. The Graphics …

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Let’s Play: King’s Quest A Knight to Remember Part 2.

In this edition of Let’s Play, I’m covering Sierra’s return to it’s adventure game roots with King’s Quest. King’s Quest has always been a game close to my heart, it was part of Sierra’s trinity of adventure games.

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30 Minutes with Shroud of the Avatar

In this Let’s Play series, the game of choice is Shroud of the Avatar. I’ve not had the opportunity to play this game for quite a long time and a lot has changed.

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Star Citizen: ArcCorp Preview

In this youtube video I do a quick run through the Star Citizen ArcCorp “Social Module” that we’ve all been waiting for. It’s not Star Marine, but whatever. It’s progress. While the scope and progress of Star Citizen has greatly changed since they literally exploded in popularity, the overall direction …

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Witcher 3: The hours sucked away

So here’s my debut video. The Witcher 3: Ugly Baby. The audio has a horrible echo that I will be fixing. Granted, I love the Witcher series. It’s possibly my favorite (and well written) of the fictions. It also marks the first time I bought the books the game/movie was …

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Back again

Not sure how many times I have to write that. Probably 1000 more. registered this domain back in 2002 during an unemployed year. I desired to do freelance game journalism and possibly some design. But as luck would have it, I soon found employment and took to occasional writing. I’ve …

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