All Posts from April 28, 2014

Madden NFL 15 arriving August 26th

by 7 months ago

One of the longest running sports franchises around, Madden, will be getting its next installment on August 26th. Diverging back to their standard naming procedure, this new edition will be …

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New MLB The Show 14 video shows off PS4 enhancements

by 7 months ago

You probably saw our review for MLB 14 The Show on the PlayStation 3 and Vita recently, but there are obviously a lot of eyes on the upcoming PlayStation 4 …

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New Destiny gameplay shows off Devils’ Lair Strike

by 7 months ago

Information on Destiny has been a little bit light, though their E3 demo from last year was pretty much brain-meltingly awesome. Today Activision and Bungie announced that they'll be teaming …

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A slice as good as the pie – Titanfall 360 Review

by 7 months ago

“Titanfall for 360? That’s gotta be a mistake…” was my first reaction when I heard about this release. I mean, Titanfall is one of the primary (some would even consider …

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Child of Light Review

by 7 months ago

It only took a few minutes of playing Child of Light for me to realize that Ubisoft Montreal had created something great. Utilizing the UbiArt Framework engine, the engine used …

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Kirby: Triple Deluxe Review

by 7 months ago

The walking puff known as Kirby has been one of gaming’s most beloved characters since he first appeared in black and white on the Game Boy. Since then, he’s appeared …

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An Expected Journey – LEGO The Hobbit Review

by 7 months ago

LEGO games have been a staple in the gaming world for a long time now, to the point where I find myself more surprised when a major motion picture DOESN’T …

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Fun With Dirt: Mound Builders

by 7 months ago

Mound Builders, like Victory Point Games’ other States of Siege solitaire offerings, is a well-researched strategy adaptation based on historical events. That’s right – solitaire. As in, you play by …

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