Lucious Barnes

PROFILE:

I've been a huge fan and critic of games and movies ever since I had a voice to speak about them. I love power and influence of great storytelling, interactive and otherwise, and now want to be more than just a consumer. My biggest strength in this regard? Almost every time, I'm fair all the time.

Posts by Lucious Barnes:

Gaming over sex?!- PlayPhone’s Mobile Gaming Chronicles part two

by 11 months ago

    While it’s not exactly general knowledge, gamers are typically aware that the video game industry’s target age group is between 25 and 39. This awareness, at least in the colloquial …

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    Get Aether-Punked – Aerena: Clash of Champions Preview

    by 11 months ago

    While there are a lot of free-to-play games that are bad, free early access to any game is generally very good. However, the combination of the two is always fantastic. …

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    A slice as good as the pie – Titanfall 360 Review

    by 11 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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    So, what does war have to do with it? – Does PS4’s chart topping numbers spell a console victory?

    by 11 months ago

      So, as we pass through the first business quarter of 2014, the air is quieting from the sounds of the console wars opening salvos. Though a winner has not clearly …

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      But who watches the Watch Dogs?

      by 12 months ago

        Multiple sources from the UK have confirmed via Twitter and other media that during a Watch Dogs preview event in Paris, Ubisoft found it appropriate to give all attending journalists …

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        Adorable villainy- The Witch and the Hundred Knight review

        by 12 months ago

        Ever since I heard the title and saw my first screenshot, I knew I was going to play The Witch and the Hundred Knight. The colors and art design were …

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        Four buttons and a thousand bullets – Luftrausers Review

        by 1 year ago

        Despite gaming’s current nosedive into the uncanny valley, where the visual line between digital and actual skin has become seamlessly narrow, Luftrausers isn’t much to look at. It’s artistic design …

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        Telling old tales anew: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review

        by 1 year ago

        The Tales Of series are some of the best and most beloved J-RPG titles that currently exist, with droves of loyal fans and a winning gameplay formula that is still …

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        The best rebuilds use old parts: Strider Review

        by 1 year ago

        Outside of knowing they’re inevitable, there’s never any telling with remakes. Most of the time it’s safe to assume they will be ambitious, but ultimately rubbish. Awkward, cross-generational, half-breeds where …

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        Making a mess of success: One Piece: Romance Dawn review

        by 1 year ago

        I don’t know what’s going on here. I mean I have some idea of what’s happening… I understand that Luffy is a “rubber person” (yes, like the bouncy kind), and …

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        Waiting for infinity: Ace Combat Infinity beta first impressions

        by 1 year ago

        Ace Combat is one of the few franchises of which I am hopelessly (and perhaps worrisomely) loyal toward. I ask for close to nothing for this series to keep me …

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        A mystery with missing parts: The raven: Legacy of a master thief

        by 1 year ago

        There are a couple of reasons why I’ve never played many point-and-click titles before. The first is my personal gaming etymology is console based (not the natural habitat for games …

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