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:

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

by 4 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 4 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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Ubisoft confirms no co-op in Far Cry Primal

by 5 months ago

Despite the previous entry in the franchise supporting cooperative play, developer Jason Paradise confirmed via the Steam forums that Far Cry Primal will not support co-op. Since the game's announcement, …

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GT Game of the Year 2015 — Jay’s Top 10

by 5 months ago

2015 was a year of surprises for me. Heading into this year, had you told me that my top 10 would consist of a new Guitar Hero, Batman, and Miyazaki's …

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Just have some fun — Just Cause 3 review

by 6 months ago

One series that has always known how to have fun is Just Cause. With the first game, developer Avalanche Studios seemed to have a clear vision, but its execution was …

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Back in the old days — Far Cry Primal preview

by 6 months ago

From modern day to the prehistoric times, so goes the Far Cry franchise. The series evolved tremendously from Far Cry 2 to Far Cry 3, but it seemed to be …

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Explosions, grapple hooks, and happiness – Early Just Cause 3 impressions

by 6 months ago

Explosions are a beautiful thing. No company has proven that more than Avalanche Studios, developers of titles such as Mad Max and the frantic third-person action series Just Cause. Their …

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More blood, more difficult — Bloodborne: The Old Hunters review

by 6 months ago

Difficulty is a tricky thing to tamper with in video games. It's also one of the most notable reasons why Hidetaka Miyazaki's Dark Souls series has become so popular. Miyazaki's …

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Clear improvement, but still lacking — WWE 2K16 review

by 7 months ago

After the first 2K-published WWE game, it was clear a serious change was needed. The franchise's previous installments, WWE '13 and WWE '14, were both solid and featured modes built …

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One step forward, one step backward — Assassin’s Creed Syndicate review

by 7 months ago

Assassin's Creed was once the beacon at which many open-world games strived to surpass. These days, that beacon has dimmed after a mediocre Assassin's Creed Unity release that spawned more …

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Hands-on with WWE 2K16’s MyCareer mode

by 8 months ago

WWE 2K15 had a lot of issues. The game did not die based on one failure, but a host of failures coming together to make one disappointing installment in a …

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Spike Lee leaves his mark — NBA 2K16 review

by 8 months ago

Telling a story is something video games have attempted to do since their inception. For years, people have worked tirelessly on providing a narrative through-line within their projects. However, one …

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