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Bayonetta 2 Review | Style and Substance

by Ben Runningson October 30, 2014
It’s not perfect and the nostalgia goggles are likely affecting my memories of the first game but Bayonetta 2 is still a great time and better than pretty much any other action game out there.
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Styx: Master of Shadows Review | Green Goblin Greatness

by Max Delgadoon October 29, 2014
The Tower of Akenash, a beautifully realized and vertically designed structure, houses the best of Lord Barimen’s noble soldiers and one pesky, sneaky, and murderous green goblin: Styx. This valiant act of intrusion carries with it the mission to steal the Heart of the World Tree for reasons unknown. In order to pull off such a grand […]

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Throwback Thursday | Mass Effect Review

by Todd O'Rourkeon October 16, 2014
Originally published for the Xbox 360 in 2007, five years later, Mass Effect finally arrived to the PlayStation 3 in December of 2012.   During this span, it seemed like Microsoft would not abandon its stranglehold of the original game, even after the second and third iteration found its way onto Sony’s console. Yet, after a […]

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Driveclub Review | The Washer Fluid Is Not Fine

by Jake Valentineon October 15, 2014
Driveclub is a launch game that came out 11 months after its console released. It's also far worse than the other current-gen launch racers.
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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.It sticks to Ridley Scott’s universe admirably, creates an atmosphere that acts as a super conductor for dread, […]

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Super Smash Bros. 3DS Review | Smashingly Mediocre

by Bryan Dupont-Grayon October 9, 2014
Considering its overall wide acceptance across the industry and its integration in several e-sport/fighting game competitions, it almost seems like the Super Smash Bros. series can do no wrong, so Super Smash Bros. 3DS must be good, right? Think again. From the birth of the franchise on the Nintendo 64 to the smashing fan favorite […]

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Defense Grid 2 Review | More Choice Than You Can Shake A Tower At

by Tom Dearsleyon October 7, 2014
Fanatical Choice!
The sweating, the tears, the expletives make your victory oh so more gratifying.
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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. With each prior installment surpassing the original entry, and the second scenario surpassing the first, […]

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FIFA 15 Review | Futbol Franchise Bounces Back to Form

by David Holmeson October 3, 2014
Fanatical Choice!
Our latest review on EA's new release, FIFA 15. Take your team to the top of the league in this excellent football simulator.
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Natural Doctrine Review | Understanding the Confusion

by Ben Runningson October 1, 2014
Natural Doctrine is a punishingly difficult strategy game but if you stick with it, you may just find it to be extremely rewarding.

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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 […]
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Hyrule Warriors Review | 70% Musou, 30% Zelda, 100% Fun

by James Wynneon September 30, 2014
Hyrule Warriors is definitely a Warriors game, but it does something that rarely happens in gaming today: A crossover that’s more than just a skin. It may be the familiar Musou combat you were expecting, but Zelda elements permeate everything to some degree. The combo is like a peanut butter and honey sandwich. It’s not […]

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Forza Horizon 2 Review | Tourists, Start Your Engines

by Bryan Dupont-Grayon September 29, 2014
If you’ve ever collected a gigantic amount of miscellaneous toy cars and raced them all around your room or—if you’re like me—around your grandmother’s kitchen, then you’ll firmly understand the Forza Horizon 2’s knack and need for endlessness. Endless amounts of cars, endless customization, endless freedom to tour around the Horizon Festival—the game is practically […]
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The Level Up Show is a Show by Gamers on PlayStation, You Should Watch It

by Carlos Ovalleon October 30, 2014
We catch up with the host of The Level Up Show, a show about gaming by gamers on PlayStation's Live from PlayStation
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Bayonetta 2 Review | Style and Substance

by Ben Runningson October 30, 2014
It’s not perfect and the nostalgia goggles are likely affecting my memories of the first game but Bayonetta 2 is still a great time and better than pretty much any other action game out there.

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Fanatical Five | 5 Scary Games We Want on Next-Gen

by Matthew Shelharton October 30, 2014
In honor of Halloween we discuss the scary games we want most on next-gen.

Halo 2 Anniversary Cinematic Launch Trailer Will Leave You Breathless

by Max Delgadoon October 29, 2014
With just under two weeks away until the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Microsoft has released a mouth-watering tease of Halo 2’s overhauled cutscenes in the all new Halo 2 Anniversary cinematic launch trailer. The launch trailer showcases some of Blur Studio’s best work to date, teasing fans with some of the game’s most memorable cutscenes, such as Miranda and Johnson’s encounter […]
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Destiny The Dark Below Expansion Coming This December

by Max Delgadoon October 29, 2014
Activision and Bungie have lifted the lid on Destiny’s first expansion pack, The Dark Below, and are ready to share some details on the game’s downloadable content pack before it arrives this December. Destiny’s The Dark Below Expansion aims to focus on the Hive and will bring players primarily to the Moon. Below you can find detailed list of […]

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“Race to 1,000 Jobs” for #1000VETS with Call of Duty Gamers

by 8 Bit Briton October 29, 2014
In the weeks leading up to Veteran's Day gamers are doing their part to help 1,000 military vets find jobs by supporting the "Race to 1,000 Jobs" awareness campaign.
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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. It provides an interactive medium to experience the Native American story. These types of stories are losing out to modernity and in an effort to preserve them, we have this game. Native American […]

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Styx: Master of Shadows Review | Green Goblin Greatness

by Max Delgadoon October 29, 2014
The Tower of Akenash, a beautifully realized and vertically designed structure, houses the best of Lord Barimen’s noble soldiers and one pesky, sneaky, and murderous green goblin: Styx. This valiant act of intrusion carries with it the mission to steal the Heart of the World Tree for reasons unknown. In order to pull off such a grand […]
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PSA: PS4 Software Update 2.0 is Now Live

by Carlos Ovalleon October 28, 2014
It feels as though we’ve been talking about this latest PS4 Software Update for years now but it’s finally available for download right now. It’s a fairly quick and subtle download and you probably won’t notice any changes at first but soon you’ll start noticing. For example, now there’s a wider array of voice control […]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Season Pass Gets Detailed

by Max Delgadoon October 28, 2014
As expected with any major retail release these days, details on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Season Pass have surfaced earlier today. Publisher Activision has just released some fresh details on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Season Pass. Set to include four grand map packs – Havoc, Ascendance, Supremacy, and Reckoning – Season Pass owners will also get […]

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Avengers, Inhumans, Black Panther, Oh My! Marvel reveals Infinity War and More

by Tom Dearsleyon October 28, 2014
Marvel today have dropped the veil on phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with 9 new movies on the roster.
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Alien: Isolation’s Corporate Lockdown DLC Out Now

by Max Delgadoon October 28, 2014
Three weeks after launch, Alien: Isolation fans may find themselves finishing up the main narrative and wondering what’s to come next. Put those thoughts to rest. Alien: Isolation’s Corporate Lockdown DLC is now available.  Corporate Lockdown is the first of five Survivor Mode expansion packs that will be rolled out on a monthly basis by March […]
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EA Offers a Price Cut for Titanfall on Xbox One

by Max Delgadoon October 28, 2014
For those of you who have yet to test the waters in Respawn’s latest shooter, Titanfall, or have simply held off on purchasing its Season Pass, you can now grab both items for a reduced cost on Xbox One.  Seven months after it’s original launch on Xbox One, it would appear that all of Titanfall‘s promised content […]

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