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Review Rewind – Dying Light: The Following

Fresh on the heels of the monumental year that Dying Light had, developer Techland is continuing their momentum by releasing The Following, featuring all new content. While the game has certainly seen its share of support via paid DLC and free updates, The Following is on an entirely different level to what we’ve seen. In […]

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Review Rewind – Batman Arkham Origins

he Arkham Series has left an impression on Batman fans and gamers alike, with it’s simple-yet-complex fighting system, the implementation of villains both popular and less-known, and the recognition that comic-turned-video-game can be successful. That’s why when Rocksteady, developer ofBatman Arkham Asylum andArkham City stepped back into the shadows to let WB Games handleBatman Arkham Origins, it was met with […]

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Review Rewind – Dance Central 3

As intricate as it is fun, Dance Central 3 by Harmonix takes full advantage of the Xbox Kinect by putting players on the dance floor to bust a move to some of their favorite songs from the last two decades. Using hits from today and classics from the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s, players can dance simply for […]

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Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010 Video Review

Yet another video I had lying around that was never published on my site! WHAT GIVES!?

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Review Rewind: XCOM: Enemy Unknown

With XCOM: Enemy Unknown a classic game is resurrected and recreated to provide players with multiple facets of gameplay, each of them requiring precise execution in order to succeed. One misstep, one incorrect decision and your entire plan can become a maelstrom of defeat under a flurry of gunfire. That level of difficulty is what […]

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Review Rewind: Tropico 4 Gold

Tropico 4 released in 2011 and it set the bar for city-building simulations. With its deep construction system, faction management, and juggling of multiple politics players were able to assume the role of El Presidente, dictator supreme. As charming as he is deceitful, El Presidente moves from mission to mission, each with different objectives and challenges […]

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Review Rewind: Assassin’s Creed III

The Assassin’s Creed series isn’t so much about the events transpiring in the past as it is about the story of Desmond Miles. Despite spending a large majority of each game taking place inside the Animus, the machine designed to allow Miles to experience the events of his ancestors, the machine driving the story is […]

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