Gears of War 4

Gears of War 4
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There aren’t many games that are defined as much by their sound effects as Gears of War: The revving of a chainsaw bayonet against flesh … … read more

Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward

Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward
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Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward is a cacophony of everything one could love about an MMORPG mixed with a few new ideas that range from great to frustrating. … read more

Review Persona 4: Dancing All Night

Review Persona 4: Dancing All Night
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Persona 4 Dancing All Night is your classic rhythm game using only the buttons on your Vita to keep the music flowing. … read more

Review: LEGO Dimensions

Review: LEGO Dimensions
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LEGO Dimensions is unique because LEGO has 14 different licenses and worlds to explore—from Portal to The Simpsons. –SLUG Magazine … read more

A New Hope: My Impressions on the Star Wars Battlefront Beta

A New Hope: My Impressions on the Star Wars Battlefront...
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From what I’ve played so far, Star Wars Battlefront is shaping up to be the ultimate Star Wars fanservice video game. … read more

Review: BEDLAM

Review: BEDLAM
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Playing trek after trek into the harsh wastes of Bedlam, it’s easy to draw the comparison to the classic DOS game Oregon Trail. … read more

Review: The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2

Review: The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2
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A point-and-click adventure wouldn’t be complete without numerous puzzles to drive the story forward, and The Book Unwritten Tales 2 is no exception. … read more

Review: SOMA: How I Murdered Myself Twice

Review: SOMA: How I Murdered Myself Twice
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With SOMA, Frictional Games proves that they haven’t lost their touch. The worst thing I can say about it is that I would have preferred less horror elements. … read more

Review: Assault Android Cactus

Review: Assault Android Cactus
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Assault Android Cactus is all combat, all the time as you survive wave after wave of machines out to snuff you out. It’s arcade style shooting using one stick to move and one to aim—which seems simple until there are 25 spidery looking robots on top of you and they knock your ass down. … read more

Review: Super Mario Maker

Review: Super Mario Maker
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Super Mario Maker is broken into two main sections: make and play. Those of us that have those creative minds are going straight for the former. … read more