Category Archives: Gaming

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Episode 2 Review

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Share. Following a tough act, Episode 2 manages to keep pace with the series’ excellent character development. By TJ Hafer The first episode of Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy adaptation was a thrill ride of twists, reveals, and character intros, laying a trail of breadcrumbs to pull us along with the season’s larger mystery: The […]

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13 Essential Facts about Dark Universe from Its Creator

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Share. “It’s alive, it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE!” By Daniel Krupa Dark Universe is almost here. If you didn’t know, that’s the snazzy new name for Universal’s new cinematic universe drawing together its classic monsters. The Mummy is first up, written and directed by Alex Kurtzman, who also serves as one of the key architects of […]

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The 6 announcements we’d love to see from Microsoft at this year’s E3

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Microsoft has been keen to talk up the potential for virtual reality on Project Scorpio, especially since Sony has beaten them to market with the PlayStation VR headset.  But aside from assurances that the console will indeed support VR gaming, we don’t yet know exactly how this will be achieved.  One possibility is that Microsoft […]

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Failure To Fame: The Story Of Arkane Studios

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Arkane Studios is a developer that has made its mark in the industry creating games, like the Dishonored series and this year’s Prey, that follow in the tradition of classic first-person immersive simulators on PC. But how did the studio come to be and who are its major players? In this three-part behind-the-scenes video series, […]

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Switch Classic Game Selection Not Replacing Virtual Console

Share. Virtual Console plans for Switch remain shrouded in mystery. By Alex Osborn While Nintendo plans to offer a selection of classic games as part of its paid online service for Switch, it won’t serve as a replacement for Virtual Console. “Classic Games Selection (tentative name) is different from the [Virtual Console],” a Nintendo rep […]

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Friday The 13th: The Game Review

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When we published our review in progress of Friday the 13th last week, it was after a couple days of playing relatively smooth matches on PC. Since launch day, the PC version has remained our go-to option, but more out of necessity than by choice. On both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Friday the 13th […]

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Tekken 7 – Final Review

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Share. Hail to the King (of the Iron Fist Tournament). By Darry Huskey Tekken 7 is a love letter to this long-running franchise and its staggering complexity. Yet somehow it still manages to be accessible to just about anyone wanting to mash buttons, and its huge amount of customization unlocks constantly give you something to […]

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew Review

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Share. A light sim that takes us boldly into the final frontier, but leaves a lot left to explore. By Dan Stapleton Stepping onto the bridge of the USS Aegis in Star Trek: Bridge Crew is a dream come true for a lot of Trek fans. It lets you experience the fantasy of manning a […]

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Friday the 13th: The Game – Final Review

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Share. Lopsided gameplay and egregious bugs almost kill the mood of Jason’s murder spree. By Daemon Hatfield As someone who was Jason Voorhees for Halloween in fifth or sixth grade (probably not a great idea today), I’ve definitely been looking forward to stepping back into the hockey mask in Friday the 13th: The Game. So […]

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Danger Zone Review

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Share. Is this Burnout’s revenge? Yes and no… By Ryan McCaffrey On paper, Danger Zone looked set to be a Burnout fan’s dream come true. In it, Burnout’s original creators would take a fresh crack at the gameplay that defined their careers – all while the actual Burnout IP collects dust on EA’s shelf. And […]

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