Travis Fahs

About Travis Fahs

Travis Fahs has been a game journalist since 2006, writing for IGN, Gamasutra, and Cheat Code Central. An avid gaming history buff, he enjoys writing about classic gaming most of all.



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Five Nights at Freddy’s 3

by Travis Fahs

More and more, it seems that hit mobile games have a shelf-life shorter than tepid milk. One moment every schoolyard,


Secret of Mana Review

by Travis Fahs

Although SquareSoft never really rose to mainstream prominence until the PlayStation era, their SNES titles hold a special place in


CounterSpy Review

by Travis Fahs

While Nintendo and Microsoft coldly ignore the growing potential of mobile to boost their gaming brands, Sony has been leading


Trials Frontier Review

by Travis Fahs

Often when discussing the usual free-to-play mechanisms like energy timers and dual currencies, the argument becomes a matter of degrees;


FLASHOUT 2 Review

by Travis Fahs

In the landscape of mobile racers, the futuristic sort has become a fiercely competitive niche. Some, like Repulze have carved


Little Big Adventure Review

by Travis Fahs

It’s been a very long time since we’ve heard from Little Big Adventure. Created by Frederick Raynal after he pioneered


Epoch 2 Review

by Travis Fahs

Porting over console-style shooter gameplay to the confines of a touch screen has been one of the most vexing problems


Beyond Space Review

by Travis Fahs

For a time, it seemed like we had lost one of our great genres. For nearly a decade, the space


The Room Two Review

by Travis Fahs

Scour the Play Store, and you’re bound to find countless “Escape the Room” variants, each barely distinguishable from the next.


Gemini Rue Review

by Travis Fahs

Since their decline from mainstream popularity, adventure games have found themselves settling into a nostalgia niche. Despite this, there’s a


The Cave Review

by Travis Fahs

Double Fine has had their foot in the mobile market for some time now, with smaller-scale releases like Middle Manager


Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Review

by Travis Fahs

Sega had been happily churning out iOS ports of its 16-bit classics for years; basic emulated affairs that offered little



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