Monthly Archives: May 2014

Review – Arcadecraft (PC)

I don’t understand why it’s taken us until 2014 to get a PC game about managing an arcade. There was a time when it was basically all I wanted to do, and I STILL think, even in a time when … Continue reading

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Waifu Jam 2014: Three Random Picks

Until Haddaway’s classical melody of 1993, nobody could be arsed to ask the simple question “What IS love?” as we were all far too busy inventing the minidisc player and drilling for marshmallows in Cuba. Not even Shakespeare, renowned the … Continue reading

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Honest Quotes From Game Developers

In an interview with Siliconera, Masaaki Hoshino, producer on the recently released Soulcalibur: Lost Swords, stated that the game has no multiplayer because of the impact that the ‘pay-to-win’ model would have on new players. I’m hoping this is a … Continue reading

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Review – Kero Blaster (PC)

A lot of people will say that it’s unfair to compare Pixel’s latest game to his most famous, Cave Story. Those people are talking optimistically from their rear orifice. The truth is that it’s unfair to expect someone who’s played … Continue reading

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E3 2014: The Official SkipCutscene Predictions

E3 is just a few weeks away and obviously, we wouldn’t be a serious internet publication if we didn’t put out a self-indulgent, oh-so-knowing list of predictions that veer wildly between the realms of “no shit, Sherlock” and “how many … Continue reading

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An Open Letter: ‘Monstrum’ Alpha

This is the alternative format of traditional previews on Skip Cutscene. Given that games up for preview are almost definitely still in development, we frame our coverage as an ‘open letter’ to the developer, commenting on the state of the … Continue reading

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Public Service Announcement: ‘The Proof Box’, My Gift To Games Journalism

This Is ‘Public Service Announcement’, the heavily opinionated editorial section in which I spew forth from my ranting, rambling face-hole. Expect views, bias and slanted opinions of a personal, individual nature and not an attempt to put forth objective fact. … Continue reading

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