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  • Posted by 1 week, 6 days ago on April 3, 2014 Comments
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    For almost two decades now, series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have found new ways to keep fans entertained with the ridiculous antics of the town of South Park and their own witty satirical humor. There have already been numerous South Park games over the years that have been met with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike, but it wasn’t until the classic “Make Love,... Read More »
  • Posted by 2 weeks, 1 day ago on April 2, 2014 Comments
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    With Loot 2.0 in full swing and Malthael vanquished from Pandemonium, most Diablo 3 players are now settling into legendary farming. So what exactly has changed in this latest expansion pack to bring Diablo 3 out from the shadows and back into the spotlight? Well, my friend, allow me to tell you about the new mode, new customization, new class, and more that you'll get with Reaper o... Read More »
  • Posted by 3 weeks, 6 days ago on March 20, 2014 Comments
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    Oddly, one of the best reasons to own a PlayStation 4 at the moment isn’t for its Triple-A titles… it’s for Sony’s ever-expanding library of PlayStation Network arcade games, most of which have been made free to download for PlayStation Plus members. This surge in high-quality low-budget games can mostly be attributed to a little studio known as Housemarque, the same studio ... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 month ago on March 14, 2014 Comments
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    These days, first person shooters are a dime a dozen. Hell, even some FPSs are free to play online! With so many new games and sequels being pushed out year after year, it’s easy to see how the innovation from developers could start dwindling and hardcore gamers could start developing shooter fatigue. Thankfully, after the fiasco at Activision that left them unemployed, the tal... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 month, 1 week ago on March 8, 2014 Comments
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    After playing through Telltale's second episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two, you'll realize that they definitely have some big plans this year. Entitled A House Divided, the graphic adventure series picks up shortly after it left off at the end of the opening episode, All That Remains. Most of A House Divided seems like your typical excellent Telltale episode. You get some ve... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 month, 1 week ago on March 8, 2014 Comments
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    It's been over a full year since the emotional conclusion of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead, the highly acclaimed episodic video game series based on Robert Kirkman's comic books. While gamers have been hungry waiting for more, all you could have done in the meantime is 1) take an extra bite and play the 400 Days special episode via DLC, 2) replay the six episodes and experiment w... Read More »
  • Posted by 6 months ago on October 13, 2013 Comments
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    If there’s one thing Rockstar knows, it’s how to make stunning open world games. Rockstar revolutionized the industry twelve years ago with Grand Theft Auto III, and since then, the developers have managed to take the series even further beyond what anyone ever imagined was possible and have even been able to create a couple other fantastic new open world IPs along the way. But ... Read More »
  • Posted by 9 months, 4 weeks ago on June 18, 2013 Comments
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    With the PlayStation 4 now only a few months away, you wouldn't think there would be that many, if any, great new IPs springing up as the PlayStation 3 reaches the end of the road. But with the developers behind arguably the best game series of all time, Uncharted, becoming the best in the industry just over the course of this current console generation, it's not surprising that Nau... Read More »
  • Posted by 10 months ago on June 17, 2013 Comments
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    The game that had everyone talking after its show-stealing debut last summer at Gamescom is finally here. Originally going by the name “Adrift” as a PlayStation 3 exclusive, Remember Me has emerged as a multiplatform title under the Capcom umbrella after creative differences between independent developer Dontnod and Sony resulted in a break-up. Dontnod’s first game could have ... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year ago on April 5, 2013 Comments
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    With the first BioShock setting a tone unlike anything before it, it's easy to understand how BioShock Infinite has become one of the most anticipated games of this console generation. Ken Levine and the developers at Irrational Games, the team behind the original BioShock, are back in the driver's seat and have taken the series to new heights… literally. The first look at gamepla... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year ago on March 27, 2013 Comments
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    In Gears of War: Judgment, Epic Games and their newly acquired People Can Fly studio have tried to maintain the classic look and feel that made the original trilogy such a resounding success and flagship franchise for the Xbox 360, while at the same time implementing new features to keep gamers (and themselves) from getting Gears fatigue. But with the stellar Gears of War 3 having b... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago on March 12, 2013 Comments
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    Despite numerous hits during this console generation, the Tomb Raider franchise has begun to feel dated ever since the Uncharted series took the treasure-hunting action-adventure genre to the next level. Not to be outdone by their imitators and successors, Crystal Dynamics has once again brought back the video game industry’s most popular heroine in an effort to reboot the iconic ... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago on February 25, 2013 Comments
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    After numerous delays, the game Gearbox claims to be unrelated to the cancelled 2001 Alien: Colonial Marines on PlayStation 2 is finally here… and still manages to look like something that you would see on the PS2. All joking aside, the new Aliens: Colonial Marines isn’t that bad looking, but when stacked up against other recently released games and the original E3 2011 demo sho... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 2 months ago on February 13, 2013 Comments
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    With big budget games pulling in higher grosses than Hollywood blockbusters, gamers have been spoiled over the past few years with amazing Triple-A titles from talented developers. The Dead Space series has been one of the best examples of brilliant new ideas emerging during the current Golden Age of gaming. But has the latest sequel in the popular horror series become a perfect exa... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 2 months ago on February 10, 2013 Comments
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    To celebrate the mid-season return of AMC's hit TV show The Walking Dead tonight, we took a look at Telltale Games' first set of The Walking Dead video game episodes, which were also based on the original comic book series from which the show was developed. And like the critically acclaimed and popular TV zombie drama, the cerebral and emotional game left us hungry for more. Tell... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 4 months ago on December 17, 2012 Comments
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    Your girlfriend’s missing, your boat’s been destroyed, you’re trapped on a mysterious island where everyone is crazy... and best of all, like one of last year's best games, you don't have to worry about any of that if you don't want to. That's because in Far Cry 3 you can either worry about all that serious stuff by strictly playing the campaign, or you can ignore it all for a... Read More »
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