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Call of Duty:…

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Call of duty: WWII, brought to us by Sledgehammer Games, could be the bounce back the franchise and community needs. Over the weekend, Sledgehammer gave all PS4 players that preordered the game the chance to try it out for themselves in the Weekend One beta. I was one of…

The Game Industry:…

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I love gaming and I love gaming culture (most of the time). I wanted to make that clear, in case this sounds like an attack on the medium as a whole. It is precisely because I love gaming that I feel the need to raise the following issues. The industry…

Netflix’s Death Note…

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I am hesitant to call this a review, mainly because I like to look at things objectively. For the first time in my career, I am having trouble doing so. When it comes to the masterpiece of Death Note, (not you, Adam Wingard), I have been passionate about the series…

Reasons To Love…

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You may well have heard of Pyre’s creators. Developers SuperGiant are the minds behind two previous wonderful games, Bastion and Transistor. If you’ve played either of those you’ll know that their latest effort, Pyre has a lot to live up to. And live up it does. Pyre is warm, touching and genuinely thought-provoking, weaving a tale focused on a large ensemble…

The Xbox One…

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Recently, Microsoft launched The Creator’s Collection for Xbox One.   Remember the Xbox 360 Indie Store? Yeah, it’s back baby, but with a new set of teeth. The 360’s Indie Store was a legendary gold mine for terribly hilarious and hilariously terrible games, with the negatives outweighing the positives…

The Unsung But…

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I hate whenever somebody says a genre is dead.   When 2012 was alive and kicking, and the thought of the Mayans predictions was in the back of the peoples minds, the Horror and First Person Shooter genre were churning out clones amongst clones. Horror was practically bombarded with…

Exclusive Law Breakers…

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Boss Key Productions have had a lot on their plates lately, hosting a closed Beta and taking the information they gathered to complete their game, Law Breakers. We managed to steal away their lead designer, Dan Nanni, from his busy work schedule to ask him a few questions about the…

Early Access, Kickstarter,…

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Originally a Kickstarter project, Darkest Dungeon by Red Hook Studios has gone on to take the ever popular rogue-like format by storm. The basic gameplay revolves around fairly traditional dungeon crawling and turn-based combat, but the systems, themes, and aesthetics layered on top elevate the game to a higher level. However,…

The Decisions: Metal…

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Continuation to: “The Decisions:Metal Gear Solid 2!”, a four part series analyzing the design behind Metal Gear Solid 2:Sons of Liberty, you can read the first three parts here:The Decisions Part 1: Philosophy, The Decisions Part 2: Systems and Mechanics, The Decisions Part 3: Narrative.   Over the course of my play-through…

Laws Made to…

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Guns…check. Special abilities…check. Awesome Characters…check. Zero Gravity Pockets…what?! That’s right! Freaking Zero Gravity! Law Breakers takes what you thought you knew about FPS and flips it on its head. It has everything you would want from an FPS: awesome gun-play, amazing characters who, for a game that is entirely…

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Dragon Quest XI Collide

The Hero from Dragon Quest XI was just announced as the next DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The Hero is scheduled to launch later during the summer of…

June 11, 2019, 285
Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake Release Date Set, Gameplay Shown Off

Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced a few years ago, with fans clamoring for more info from Square-Enix. At the Square-Enix E3 2019 press conference, gameplay showing off Cloud and…

June 10, 2019, 502

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine Announced

A new entry to the popular Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six series has been revealed, titled Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine. The game will focus on PvE co-op, unlike its predecessor,…

June 10, 2019, 277

Watch Dogs Legion-E3 2019

After a gorgeous musical presentation, Ubisoft showed off gameplay footage from Watch Dogs Legion, the latest in their open world hacking franchise. After a standard Orwellian-esque intro, the player walks into…

June 10, 2019, 367

Planet Zoo-E3 2019

From developers of Planet Coaster comes Planet Zoo, spiritual successor to Zoo Tycoon. The trailer promises that players will be able to run the zoo of their dreams, able to…

June 10, 2019, 348

Vampire: Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 Gameplay Trailer Revealed

The long-awaited sequel to the cult classic Vampire: Masquerade – Bloodlines has had a full-fledged gameplay trailer during the PC Gaming E3 Show. The trailer gave more details about the…

June 10, 2019, 236

Evil Genius 2: World Domination -E3 2019

Kicking off the PC Gaming show was the sequel to Evil Genius, a 2004 strategy game. Developers Rebellion showed off their brand new sequel with a colorful trailer, but unfortunately didn’t…

June 10, 2019, 239

Doom Eternal -E3 2019

Next to Wolfenstein, Doom Eternal is what I was looking most forward to from Bethesda. We got to see beautiful trailers, one of Doom Guy endlessly mowing down waves of enemies,…

June 9, 2019, 222

Arkane Lyon Announces New IP, Deathloop

Development studio Arkane Lyon, hailed for making the Prey reboot and Dishonored series, announces a brand-new IP called Deathloop. Deathloop follows two characters sworn to kill each other. Each time…

June 9, 2019, 227

Wolfenstein: Youngblood-E3 2019

Bethesda was kind enough to give us a new look at the next entry in the Wolfenstein franchise, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which focuses on protagonist B.J. Blazkowicz’s two daughters, Jess and Soph trying to…

June 9, 2019, 671