Category Archives: Gaming

Call Of Duty: WW2 Valor Edition Revealed

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Like previous Call of Duty games before it, this year’s Call of Duty: WWII will have a premium version that comes with extra content. The Valor Collection Pro, as it’s called, comes with the game’s Pro Edition (which includes a Steelbook case and the season pass), as well as a pin and patches. It also […]

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Is the Last of Us Part 2 Set in Seattle?

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Share. Fans may have found a possible setting for the Naughty Dog sequel. By Jonathon Dornbush Few official details about The Last of Us Part II have been revealed, but some eagle-eyed users have discovered clues in the sequel’s concept art which may indicate one possible setting. Reddit user Voidsby compiled and compared a number […]

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Tales from Session Zero: the different paths to inspiration

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In Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) and other games of its ilk, there is often what’s known as a ‘Session Zero.’ Think of it as the origin story or the part of the movie trailer with the line “in a world…” In this session, the Dungeon Master (DM) can present the game world and setting in […]

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Superhot VR Review

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By Dan Stapleton Countless games try to make you feel like a John Wick-style action hero, a whirlwind of bullets and fists against a horde of thugs that would quickly overwhelm a mere mortal. Superhot VR is one of a very few to pull it off in a believable way. By slowing time in the […]

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Super Mario Odyssey trailer, release date, news and features

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Update: Since ESRB ratings were introduced all the way back in 1994, no Super Mario game has ever been rated higher than E for Everyone. Even before this standard, the games received the equally wide ranging ‘Kids to Adults’ rating.  That’s all about to change with Super Mario Odyssey, which has received the highest rating […]

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What's New On Netflix For August 2017

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August is upon us, meaning Netflix has begun to roll out some of the movies and TV shows coming to the service for August. The company has also announced a list of what’s leaving this month. Some of the notable additions for August 1 included The Matrix trilogy, Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown, and the Will […]

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Love Is In the Air for the X-Men

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Share. X-Men need romance, too. By Jesse Schedeen As the X-Men recover from Secret Empire, it seems love is in the air at the X-Mansion. Warning: this article contains spoilers for X-Men Gold #9! This issue sees the X-Men struggling to move forward from their recent battle with the new X-Cutioner. And for some, that […]

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VR Review: Lone Echo

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Share. Two ways to make great use of a convincing sensation of weightlessness. By Dan Stapleton When I played Adr1ft in VR, I enjoyed the sensation of moving through space, but something was missing: hand-tracked controls. Navigating with a gamepad and watching a hand that wasn’t mine reach out and grab things created a disconnect […]

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Xbox One adapter for PC shrinks to one-third the size

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The classic keyboard-and-mouse setup may be the preferred way to handle most PC games, but that doesn’t stop some titles from playing their best with a controller. Thanks to Microsoft’s plug-and-play wireless dongle, the Xbox One‘s gamepad makes an excellent go-to for PC play — and now an improved version is in the works. Microsoft […]

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Tacoma Review

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Tacoma, the newest game from Gone Home developer Fullbright, tells an intimate story about characters who aren’t actually there. Like Gone Home, Tacoma weaves a complex narrative, but it goes beyond the scope of its predecessor by aiming to tell both a smaller-scale story as well as the larger political context around it. It’s an […]

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