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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments Review | The Case of the Great Mystery Game

by James Wynneon October 31, 2014
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments is the tenth game of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series by developer Frogwares. A point and click game that lets players delve into six different crimes as the titular detective, Crimes and Punishments has an updated list of abilities to use and makes for the most advanced Holmes game […]
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Never Alone, Merging Native American Culture and Gaming

by James Wynneon October 29, 2014
Never Alone is the reason why the video game medium is not only the greatest form of entertainment, but an asset to culture.

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Silence: The Whispered World 2 Hits Platforms in Early 2015

by Max Delgadoon October 27, 2014
When Microsoft announced their ID@Xbox program at the unveiling of their eighth-generation console, indie developers around the globe were excited to bring their games to the Xbox One. Earlier this month, Daedalic Entertainment officially announced Silence: The Whispered World 2 will be coming to Xbox One.

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Balancing Fun and Challenge; Lords of the Fallen Developer Diary 1

by James Wynneon October 23, 2014
The first developer diary for Lords of the Fallen is out and the highlight is how to balance challenge and fun so as to avoid frustration. It’s a very delicate balance and a goal every developer must wrestle with on their own. I was actually pretty down on the game early on as a fan […]
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Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth Now Available for Pre-Load

by Max Delgadoon October 21, 2014
Earlier this week, 2K Games officially announced that PC gamers can now pre-load Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth before it’s release this Friday, October 24th.

New Assassin’s Creed: Unity Trailer Showcases Interesting Set of Characters

by Carlos Ovalleon October 16, 2014
Assassin’s Creed: Unity looks to be filled to the brim with interesting characters with ambiguous motives.

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Fanatical 5 | Top 5 MIA Games for this New Generation

by Carlos Ovalleon October 16, 2014
Kind of strange isn’t it? We’re barely a year into these new consoles and yet there are already a couple of games that have strayed from the spotlight.
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Alien: Isolation Review | I Admire Its Purity

by James Wynneon October 15, 2014
Alien: Isolation is a the first licensed Alien game worth owning. That’s not really saying much about it because the bar has been set so low, so let me assure you that Alien: Isolation is a great game.

The Scope of Dragon Age: Inquisition is Massive in this Epic New Trailer

by Carlos Ovalleon October 15, 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition is looking better than ever. The last Dragon Age game may have left a sour taste behind but it looks like in Inquisition we’ll be waging huge battles and leading armies which is exactly what we want out of an epic action RPG. The battle for the accursed land of Thedas begins on […]

Hilarious Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Launch Trailer Promises Zero Moon Wizards, Maybe One

by Carlos Ovalleon October 13, 2014
It may only be for last-generation platforms but Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel isn’t looking to keep things tamed as this outrageous launch trailer dazzles in laughs and non-stop action.

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Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory King | A Finale of Ice and Fire

by James Wynneon October 6, 2014
The finale to From Software‘s Dark Souls II DLC trilogy, Crown of the Ivory King brings Chosen Undead to the icy realm of said king. Players will traverse the frozen Eleum Loyce and dive into the heart of Chaos itself.
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Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory King is Now Live

by James Wynneon October 1, 2014
The final of the three DLCs FromSoftware developed for Dark Souls II, Crown of the Ivory King is live on all platforms. Will you be able to conquer Drangleic’s latest adventure?

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review | Paranormal Pulp

by James Wynneon September 30, 2014
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter was “weird fiction” pulp done right, and it looked amazing. If it were a dame that had walked into my office I could safely say she was a looker. She had legs that went on forever too. I assumed control of the paranormal P.I. Paul Prospero, a burned out detective […]