PROFILE:

Avid video game lover who enjoys Tennessee Vol athletics more than one man should. I also listen to hip-hop whenever possible. I'm an odd fellow. Currently attending the great University of Tennessee.

Posts by Jay Malone:

Save the robots: Hands-on impressions of Shiny

by 3 days ago

With violence being prevalent throughout so many art forms today, developer Garage227 wants to do its best to counteract that with their newest 2D platformer, Shiny. This journey tells the …

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Darkness brings promise: Hands-on impressions of Perception

by 5 days ago

“Something unique”  is the main idea that drove ex-Irrational developer Bill Gardner when he began to flesh out Perception. Gardner is a self-admitted fan of the horror genre, but he …

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Important: 1979 Revolution: Black Friday review

by 2 weeks ago

Passion projects can produce some of the most inspiring work, but also some of the most disappointing. Creators of such personal pieces can expose certain stories that others have very …

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Stick the landing — MLB The Show 16 review

by 4 weeks ago

One of the most important aspects of playing a sport is to get up after falling on your face. Last year, Sony's beloved MLB franchise The Show took its first …

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New Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor possibly in works, found on stunt actress’ profile

by 1 month ago

One of the best games of 2014 may have a sequel in the works as NerdLeaks.com has spotted Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor 2 on a famous stunt actress' Curriculum Vitae. …

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New Forza to be announced at E3 2016, additional Forza 6 content arriving today

by 2 months ago

One of the longest racing series' around will continue as Microsoft has revealed the next Forza game will be announced at E3 2016. On top of the reveal date, Microsoft …

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Reshaping history — Far Cry Primal review

by 2 months ago

Taking chances is something many on-going video game franchises are hesitant to do. But as the trend of annualized schedules and the rush to get the next product out heat …

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Absolute joy — Unravel review

by 3 months ago

We all develop attachments to odd items throughout our life. Whether it's a tailing car you have noticed during a long drive, or a stuffed animal you connected with as …

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Kermit sipping tea — Shooting Stars review

by 3 months ago

When you look at Shooting Stars' Steam page, the description for the title is, "This game is the answer to one of the most important questions in life: ‘I can …

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David Gaider leaving Bioware after 17 years

by 3 months ago

After 17 iconic years, Bioware writer David Gaider has announced his departure from the company. Gaider was the lead writer on the Dragon Age franchise, and helped create one of …

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Sony announces top downloads for 2015, includes Black Ops III, Destiny, and Grand Theft Auto

by 3 months ago

With 2015 in the rearview, Sony has announced some interesting Playstation Store statistics regarding what the most popular titles were. Despite its rumored gradual decrease in popularity, Call of Duty: …

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Metal Gear Online officially launches, promises bonus to new players

by 3 months ago

After its initial run in beta, a developer on Steam has announced Metal Gear Online has officially launched on the PC. The beta concludes today, but Konami promises that development …

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