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The goggles do nothing! Goggles – World of Vaporia review

by 6 months ago

I don’t know what to think about indie games sometimes. On one hand, they’ve made it possible for some excellent games, including a spiritual successor to Myst, my favorite game …

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SteelSeries refreshes their award-winning Siberia gaming headset

by 7 months ago

Back by popular demand, SeelSeries has updated their popular Siberia V2 headset with a brand new version. The hardware refresh, dubbed the Siberia 200, leverages 50mm speaker drivers to bring …

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Avoid 4K if you love your console games

by 7 months ago

I was ready to upgrade my TV. My then current TV, a 50’ Panasonic plasma, had served me well over the years with its deep colors and high refresh rates. …

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Follow your heart, not a review score

by 7 months ago

    I’ve always felt that my interest in video games is sorta unique from my friends and my peers. On the one hand, I adore them enough to spend time writing …

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    Distance is what happens when Mario Kart and Tron have a one night stand

    by 8 months ago

    It's got daddy's looks and mommy's attitude. I’ve never been a huge fan of racing games that take place in realistic environments, such as modern cities or real-world race tracks. I …

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    Hob replaces the action of Torchlight with adventure and intrigue

    by 8 months ago

    After two excellent action-RPGs, developer Runic Games is ready to make something different. It’s a game they say takes inspiration from the likes of Zelda, Ico, and Journey. After playing …

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    My axe is bigger than yours – an early look at Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide

    by 10 months ago

    In the midst of towering booths, colorful lighting and thunderous sounds, you can often find smaller, niche game makers scurrying about the E3 convention center, eager to show off the …

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    Don’t act a fool – Act of Aggression Hands-On

    by 11 months ago

    Strategy games are still a thing. I played Act of Aggression which is a mostly by-the-books real-time strategy game that harkens back to the days of Westwood’s Command & Conquer …

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    Give me a damn GPS – KHOLAT Review

    by 11 months ago

    I’ve spent a fair amount of time in video games wandering around aimlessly. Sometimes the aimlessness is due to being stuck on a puzzle and retreading ground in a desperate …

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    A mobile platformer done right on PC – Badland Review

    by 11 months ago

    I first saw Badland on a demo iPad at an Apple store in the mall. I hadn’t decided whether the iPad was a gimmick, being simply a larger version of …

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    We’re not waiting for the end of the year – here are Gaming Trend’s Games of the Quarter picks

    by 11 months ago

    Not content to wait until the end of the year, we decided to make a list of our favorite games as of the first quarter of the year which covers …

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    Ageism towards World of Warcraft is detracting from the real issues

    by 11 months ago

    During an Activision-Blizzard investor call, we learned that subscription numbers for World of Warcraft have dropped significantly from the peak numbers we saw during the launch of its current expansion, …

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