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Zack Zwiezen
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I write about games and I also play a bunch of games. Exciting! If you enjoy what I write shoot me an email.
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Homefront: The Revolution (PS4) Review

I barely remember the first Homefront game. What I do remember was a poorly made and linear Call of Duty clone that had a really stupid online pass. Remember those things? The new Homefront, Homefront: The Revolution is a bit different. It still feels poorly made, but instead of being linear it’s set in an […]

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Doom (Xbox One) Review

Doom is simply called… Doom. This name is a statement. This isn’t a sequel. This isn’t a remastering. This isn’t a spin-off or anything like that. No, this is Doom. Calling your game the same exact name as the of one the best and most influential shooters of all time is brave and some might even […]

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TrackMania Turbo (PS4) Review

Years ago I heard of a game called TrackMania. It was a (sort of) free-to-play racing game for the PC. I downloaded it after watching a few minutes of gameplay and what I discovered was a weird but fun racing experience. TrackMania on PC was covered in menus and leaderboards. While racing, it was filled […]

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Tom Clancy’s The Division (PS4) Review

Tom Clancy’s The Division is unlike any Tom Clancy game before it. It has a lot of the same themes that those games had, stuff like future military tech, political storylines and combat that feels tactical. But instead of being a more standard shooter, like the older Rainbow Six games, The Division is an open […]

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Far Cry Primal (PS4) Review

The snow is falling on the ground. Around me are large, dangerous mammoths. Somewhere nearby I hear a wolf’s howl. I tightly grip my spear and slowly crawl through some plants, being careful not to agitate the large and hairy beasts that surround me. Suddenly a roar rips through the cold air. I turn around […]

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