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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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Feature – Pinball Then … and Now

We all have our favorite pinball machine, and it’s easy to remember dumping dozens of quarters into it as adolescents to set a new high score. What most of us don’t know is that the classic pinball machine, the one we know and love, is a design that evolved over hundreds of years. Strangely enough, […]

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Review – Rare Replay

Back in 2002 Microsoft purchased a company that had made a name for themselves in the world of game development. Rare, known for titles like Banjo-Kazooie and GoldenEye 007 was well-established and beloved to many. For a time, Rare was cast aside and used exclusively for what seemed like “busy work”. Despite Microsoft’s promise that […]

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Review – The Witcher 3

It’s common that, when reviewing a game, it shows up a week or two prior to the release date. That’s why, when The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt showed up early, I was confident that I’d be able to power through the main story, experience some of the side missions, and get a good feeling of […]

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PDP G7 Xbox One Headset Review

It’ll be two years in November since the Xbox One hit retailers to welcome in the current generation of console gaming and, since that time, we’ve been waiting for the inevitable wave of gaming headsets to be released into the wild. In June, at E3 2015, an array of companies discussed their gameplan for getting […]

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CD Projekt Red wants to put your Witcher 3 concerns to rest

A few days back, a number of screenshots of The Witcher 3 were uploaded to Imgur and shared to Reddit that questioned the game’s visual fidelity. Still more than a week from launch, players had mounting concerns (despite the announcement of more than a million preorders) and conversations called CD Projekt Red’s reputation into question. With players expressing their […]

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Review – Dying Light

We’re in the midst of a zombie obsession, one that’s invaded television, movies, and especially video games. After some delaysDying Light is upon us, savagely clawing at our faces and biting at our necks. If you’re not careful, the infection will set in and then all hope will be lost. You’re one of “them,” an […]

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Review – Far Cry 4

When it comes to First Person Shooters, you typically expect a lot of competitive online multiplayer where you run around, alone or with a team, trying to blast your opponent into oblivion. That’s why Far Cry 4 is so different. Sure, the competitive multiplayer component is present, but the single player campaign is so well […]

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Feature – 15 of the Most Heartbreaking Game Cancellations

Blizzard cancelling its seven-years-coming MMO Titan reminded us all that game development can be a messy business. Countless hours lost and dollars wasted. But worst of all, we never get to play the game! It’s a sad fact of life – game cancellations are part of the business, and game publishers are going to make that tough […]

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Review – Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition

With more than 250 hours in the Xbox 360 and PC versions, I thought I knew what to expect from the Xbox One version of Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition, but thankfully I was wrong. Originally launched on PC in May 2012, then on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 in September 2013, the game had […]

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