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Nick Ocheltree

Nick Ocheltree
If ever there was a gaming equivalent to "Jack of all trades," Nick would be it. Ever since his parents decided to bring an NES into the house, Nick has been enamored with all sorts of interactive media. A few years ago, he began following a Kickstarter for the Oculus Rift virtual reality system. Now VR is everywhere, and he's ready to tell you all about it!

Bayonetta Review (PC)

  Great game, stellar port Maybe it’s just a welcome coincidence, but consoles have had quite the year so far, and we’ve yet to even hit the halfway point. The year’s best games are all setting the same trend, too: they’re Japanese. Resident Evil 7, Breath of the Wild,…

The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ Review (Switch)

Worth every tear-soaked penny. Nothing on this Earth gives me greater joy than when a game I’ve sunk hours upon hours into on a desktop gets re-released on a handheld. For years, my Playstation Vita capably filled the role of delivering mobility to my gaming ecosystem – that is,…

Switch – or die trying Review (PC)

Alphabet Soup When you really sit and think about it, the 2D platformer is arguably the most oversaturated genre in all of gaming history. Before the Xbox Live Marketplace made its name on games like Super Meat Boy and Braid—really even before Steam (the largest independent games distribution service)…

Milkmaid of the Milky Way Review (PC)

Cows, spaceships, and poetry.   I’ve never been able to make up my mind about whether or not I enjoy point-and-click adventure games. The real, true-blue classics (the cream of the crop, as you might call ‘em) hit the PC gaming scene just a bit before my time. While…
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Thumper Adds Support For SteamVR

Dive back into Hell on the Vive and Rift. It’s no secret around these parts that some of us at Hey Poor Player are big fans of Thumper. I wrote a flowery bit of prose on the desktop version when it released a few months back—and I only had…

Milkmaid of the Milky Way Preview

Life in the fjord has Ruth feeling bored. I’ve never been able to make up my mind about whether or not I enjoy point-and-click adventure games. The real, true-blue classics (the cream of the crop, as you might call ‘em) hit the PC gaming scene just a bit before…

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