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:

Metal Gear Online officially launches, promises bonus to new players

by 8 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 9 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 9 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 11 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 11 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 12 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 12 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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Hitman delayed past 2015 into March 2016

by 1 year ago

Square Enix unveiled the new Hitman a few months back, and have now stated it will be missing its original intended release date of December 8th. Instead, you can expect …

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