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One last hurrah- Call of Duty:Ghosts

by 6 months ago

Transitions between console generations always end up a bit awkward. Games that are released on both old and new straddle the line and never really fulfill the promise either platform …

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When adding more makes it just right – Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst

by 6 months ago

Having created 14 various games in the Naruto universe, including the four that make up the “Storm” series, it’s safe to say that developer CyberConnect2 knows something about bringing the …

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Gotham City impostor – Batman: Arkham Origins

by 6 months ago

I was thirteen hours in when Batman: Arkham Origins froze on me for the third (or was it fourth?) time. I’ve been dealing with numerous bugs, freezes, and glitches: black …

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Great performance! — Rocksmith 2014 “Novice” review

by 6 months ago

If you saw my preview for Rocksmith 2014 you realized very quickly that I’m not a guitar player - percussion is my thing. I took a swing at the original …

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“We’re up all night to get lucky” – Just Dance 2014 Review

by 6 months ago

I’ve competed at an International level with my martial arts and won. I move with grace and precision when I fight and during forms. Absolutely none of that translates to …

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Swappable unstoppable? Skylanders SWAP Force review

by 6 months ago

Skylanders SWAP Force for Xbox 360 is my first foray into the well established world of Skylanders - the third in a series published by Activision and developed by Vicarious Visions. …

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The boys are back, and they’re looking for glory – NHL 14 Review

by 7 months ago

The coolest game on Earth is back for the EA’s newest NHL release, and it packs a punch. Harder hits, dramatic saves, and a more realistic overall game experience comprise …

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Lost in the Snow – Lost Planet 3 review

by 7 months ago

Say what you want about the Lost Planet series (no, really--go ahead), but it certainly has a way with making every iteration completely different than the rest of the series. …

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Best game of this generation? We review Grand Theft Auto V

by 7 months ago

There are certain reviews that are more difficult to write than others. Sometimes it’s just hard to quantify what is or is not good about a game due to the …

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Super Turtles, or Turtle soup? – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows review

by 8 months ago

Nickelodeon purchased most of the publishing rights to the Teenage Mutant Turtles from Mirage back in 2009, and though the TV show was rebooted a while back the newest video …

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The Dark Lord of the Couch – Diablo III review

by 8 months ago

Blizzard has always been a PC-centric company, but with the release of Diablo III in May of last year, the control scheme hinted at something interesting - a potential console …

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A confusing case — The Bureau: XCOM Declassified review

by 8 months ago

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified was met with severe scrutiny upon its announcement way back in 2010. Since then, The Bureau has changed significantly, including a switch from being a first-person …

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