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Top 10 Events to Look Forward to at E3
June 10, 2017 | PC Features
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Another One: Call of Duty: WWII
April 28, 2017 | PS4 Features
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An Overview of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
April 13, 2017 | PC Features
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The Rise of Remasters And Competitive Gaming
April 6, 2017 | PC Features
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The Sonic Cycle and Will Sonic Mania or Forces Succumb to it?
March 27, 2017 | PS4 Features

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Checking In: Killer Instinct Season 3

We’re on the tail end of Season 3 for Killer Instinct and this week was the release of the Definitive Edition. For those that haven’t bought the game yet, this package at retailers costs $60 with all three seasons. Also included is a soundtrack and new exclusive colors for Gargos. A big new update was […]

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Battlefield 1 Open Beta Hands-On

Out of the three big shooters coming out this holiday season, Battlefield 1 is taking the chance to be different. Sure, it still plays past entries in the franchise, but the change in setting is exactly what the genre needed today. Many gamers feel fatigued of the modern and futuristic eras that Call of Duty popularized starting in […]

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A Tale of Two Weekends for Titanfall 2’s Tech Test

Respawn has been busy as of late. A portion of the studio is hard at work on a action-based Star Wars game slated for next year. However, the majority of them are finishing up Titanfall 2, the long awaited sequel to the EA published first-person shooter. CEO Vince Zampella promised that players will be able […]

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Rainbow Six Siege: Skull Rain – Biggest Siege Update Yet

Skull Rain is Finally Here! The Skull Rain update for Rainbow Six: Siege is finally here and that means a host of exciting additions and changes. A new map, new operators, new weapons, new UI updates and a brand new season of ranked tactical special ops combat. As usual, a new intro screen takes center stage at […]

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New Overwatch Hero Ana Hands-On

Here Comes a New Hero! When it comes to adding new characters, most games will add several heroes at the same time. Not Overwatch, however. Joining the cast all on her own is Ana, a sixty year-old Russian support sniper. The supporting sniper role is not one I’ve seen in other games and is fairly novel. […]

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5 Ways Difficulty Settings in Videogames Are Bad Design

To understand why difficulty settings are sometimes bad design we need to talk about how difficulty impacts player engagement. If a game is too hard, you might say “Hey, I paid $59.99 for this content, how about not giving me a hard time about experiencing all of it?”, but with videogames in particular it’s not […]

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Checking In: Street Fighter V

What a roller coaster ride for Street Fighter V since it launched earlier this year on Playstation 4 and PC. From server issues, lack of content and messaging by Capcom in it’s first months, casual and tournament level players have been dealing with numerous issues. On the competitive side of things, “eight frames” has been […]

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Hitman’s Elusive Targets: A New Way to Play

The Hitman series has always been a game about planning, execution and when those two things fail you: improvisation. Since the days of Hitman: Blood Money, those nuances of the game have perhaps fallen by the wayside, but with the addition of the Elusive Target contracts, these immersive elements are back in a bigger way than ever. My […]

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Checking In: Star Wars Battlefront

In case you missed EA’s E3 2016 press conference last week, one of their big highlights was them giving an outlook on their Star Wars portfolio for the next two years. For Star Wars Battlefront, more DLC is still coming, a X-Wing VR mission by Criterion Games (yes those guys) and a proper sequel next […]

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The Trends From E3 2016

E3 2016 has come and gone with tons of games to be excited about for the next year, VR still coming along and the future slowly becoming a reality with the upgraded consoles talk. However, there’s always trends that come out of the show from multiple games having similar mechanics and cheesy moments from the […]

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