Impressions

Gaming Trend PlayStation Experience Coverage

by 2 weeks ago

Gaming Trend Editors Kenneth Shepard and Eric Van Allen have made their sojurn to the desert (it's in Las Vegas -- no need to feel bad for them) to dig …

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A Look Inside: Brady Games’ Advanced Warfare Guide

by 3 weeks ago

Games are awesome, but sometimes a little difficult. It can be hard to find the one requirement to top off your achievements, or to really tell the difference between different …

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Game of Thrones ‘Iron from Ice’ – a review in progress

by 3 weeks ago

Cercei Lannister once said “When you play the game of thrones you win or you die. There is no middle ground.”  I didn’t have that in mind when I started …

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Tales From the Borderlands “Zer0 Sum” – A Change Worth Celebrating

by 3 weeks ago

More than anything else, the thing that stuck out to me most in the first episode of Tales from the Borderlands is that the game actually functions. Having played both …

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Homecoming – Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Impressions

by 2 months ago

If you’re a fan of Pokemon, you’ve likely already played the demo version of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Some of us at Gaming Trend recently tried out the …

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D4 is a hell of a trip, and it’s only just getting started

by 3 months ago

Did you know that airplane tires are filled with nitrogen? Apparently, it's so the tires don't burn up when the plane lands. I didn't know this until I played D4: …

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We exert maximum effort in our hands-on with Atari shooter Minimum

by 3 months ago

Minimum is a mostly traditional multiplayer shooter that tacks on some fantastic features to give it depth yet still easy to approach. The title of the game alludes to its …

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Destiny – A review in progress

by 3 months ago

So Destiny launched with over $500 million in sales, the largest launch of a new IP in history.  Since it’s unlike most other games, we figured we’d take our time …

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Get ready for another flavor of war – we go hands-on with World of Warships

by 4 months ago

First they gave us tanks, then planes, and now battleships? Wargaming.net is going the whole nine yards and giving us yet another flavor of war. World of Warships is a …

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor puts you on the front line of the battlefield

by 4 months ago

Shadow of Mordor is ambitious, it's trying to be a lot of things at one time, and, based on my short hands-on with the game at PAX Prime this weekend, …

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Destiny Beta – What works, what doesn’t, and why it may be the best shooter yet

by 5 months ago

Destiny. It won our Best Shooter of E3 2014 against very stiff competition. It’s been a heavy topic of conversation in several of our Weekend Lineups, and it has been …

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Tales from the Borderlands brings Borderlands mechanics to Telltale’s familiar format

by 5 months ago

Before E3, I hadn't been following Tales from the Borderlands, Telltale's (of The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us fame) entry in the Borderlands series very closely.  I wasn't …

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