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Larger than life – The Art of Titanfall

by 2 months ago

Right around the corner is easily the most anticipated Xbox One title that we know. While Microsoft and the third-party partners prep for E3, GDC, SXSW, and more, the team …

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Let’s trade some bananas, shells, and fish in paradise — Carcassonne South Seas Review

by 2 months ago

If you live in the midwest or northeastern US, then you know it’s been cold. Even the polar ice caps have been growing. It makes you want to go someplace …

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South Park: The Stick of Truth is awesome, mmkay?

by 2 months ago

There have been some South Park games in the past, but none of them really made you feel like you were in a quiet little pissant, redneck, podunk, jerkwater, greenhorn, …

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The best rebuilds use old parts: Strider Review

by 2 months ago

Outside of knowing they’re inevitable, there’s never any telling with remakes. Most of the time it’s safe to assume they will be ambitious, but ultimately rubbish. Awkward, cross-generational, half-breeds where …

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I know the pieces fit – The LEGO Movie Videogame

by 2 months ago

“Movie tie-in game” - feel like running away yet? Sure, there are the occasional gems that squeak through, but in general terms games that spring from (and are directly related) …

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Making a mess of success: One Piece: Romance Dawn review

by 2 months ago

I don’t know what’s going on here. I mean I have some idea of what’s happening… I understand that Luffy is a “rubber person” (yes, like the bouncy kind), and …

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I ain’t afraid of no ghosts — Ghost Stories Review

by 2 months ago

One of my favorite genres in board games is cooperative games. I still remember being amazed at how Shadows over Camelot worked. Everyone had a common objective, working with everyone …

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Cavemen: The quest to fire my other games

by 2 months ago

When it comes to inventing things, some games set a pretty high bar. Civilization, Through the Ages, and Innovation are a veritable parade of inventions. I’m not that smart. What …

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Eyes on with the Gunnar SteelSeries Scope gaming glasses

by 2 months ago

    When I saw the Gunnar glasses I had two thoughts - “those look like my shooting glasses”, and “why would I ever wear those while I game?”. As somebody who’s …

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    Halo Smash TV — Halo Spartan Assault Xbox 360 Review

    by 2 months ago

    When Bungie first envisioned Halo, they started building a real-time strategy. Since they had created the popular Myth series and the RTS genre was popular at the time, their decision …

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    Final exam — Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy review

    by 2 months ago

    It’s bittersweet, but Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy marks the titular archeologist and expert puzzle solver’s final journey. It’s the final game of the second trilogy of the series …

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    Dead and loving it — Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare review

    by 2 months ago

    Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is endearing on so many levels. This isn’t exactly a surprise, considering PopCap’s track record. From Peggle to Zuma, from Bookworm Adventures to Bejeweled, each …

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