Mo Mozuch

Mo Mozuch is the former Gaming Editor for Newsweek magazine. His work has also been featured in Popular Science, Esquire, Player.One and Hard Drive. Now a proud papa with a lot less free time, he still loves a retro-style RPG, quirky indie games, and anything from Bethesda. He thinks the Yakuza franchise is criminally underrated and that hot dogs are sandwiches.

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8 years ago, one remarkable indie changed war video games forever

Strong aesthetics and thoughtful soul-searching make this game timeless.

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Gaming

Spotify Island brings a “paradise of sound” to Roblox players

The streaming giant partners with a metaverse pioneer.

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You need to play the best ‘90s-inspired brawler before it leaves Xbox Game Pass

This fast and fresh beat-'em-up for a new generation holds true to its roots.

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Bootylicious

You need to play the saltiest pirate RPG ever on Xbox Game Pass ASAP

All the fun of a pirate's life, and none of the scurvy.

Gaming

Fallout 76 dev hints more new locations will follow The Pitt

“The Aliens are quite committed to their research.”

Gaming

Here's exactly how long it takes to beat Cyberpunk 2077

There are plenty of optional things to do in Night City.

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You need to play 2022's best new indie on Xbox Game Pass ASAP

Tunic is a worthy spiritual successor to some RPG greats.

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15 years later, the best Elder Scrolls DLC is still a must-play

Shivering Isles introduced us to the captivating Prince of Madness.

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10 years later, the best video game about nothing still lives up to the hype

A simple, beautiful adventure brought harmony to PS3 players around the world.

Mario Day

Mario proves Nintendo does one crucial thing better than any other developer

How the wisdom of a 4-year-old taught me to love Mario again.

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You need to play 2018's best indie strategy game ASAP

A streamlined reinvention of the strategy formula.

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You need to play the most high-octane game of the last decade ASAP

Brutal gameplay tucked inside a dark and twisted story.

Dakota!

28 years later, the funniest video game ever made hasn't lost its edge

This quirky adventure has enjoyed cult status for nearly 30 years.