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Review | Game of Thrones: Episode 5 – A Nest of Vipers

by Tyler Colpon July 24, 2015
The big, final decision in A Nest of Vipers, the penultimate episode in Telltale’s Game of Thrones series, demonstrates the strength of the developer’s player-choice-based storyline. It’s the peak of two characters that have been forced to consider what it means to be a leader since their introductions. That inevitability makes it much more tragic […]
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Xbox Games With Gold Leaked For August 2015

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon July 21, 2015
We still have 10 days to go until July ends, but it seems like the Xbox Live Games with Gold line-up for August 2015 has been leaked. A promotional image, featuring the games that will be available for free in August for Xbox Live Gold members, was anonymously shared on 4chan.org. According to the leaked […]
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Dark Souls 3 fans should be looking forward to at least one of these

by Tyler Colpon July 9, 2015
The number of days between us and Dark Souls 3 are dropping. All we have to do is get through the holiday season and it’ll feel like it’s right around the corner, as long as it doesn’t get delayed, that is. Dark Souls fans have a lot of expectations for the third entry in the […]

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Xbox Live Deals with Gold June 2nd – June 8th

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon June 1, 2015
A new list of deals is available this week on Xbox Live for those who owns a Gold membership. If you have a Xbox One you can purchase NBA 2K15, Monopoly Family Fun Pack, Risiko, Shape-Up and Badland: Game of the Year Edition at a discount price. The offer is much better for the Xbox […]
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Review | Life Is Strange: Episode 3 – Chaos Theory

by Tyler Colpon May 20, 2015
Like any good television or video game series, it sometimes takes a focused episode to highlight the best parts and drive them toward a larger, final point. Chaos Theory is the most self-contained episode of Life Is Strange yet, but it works off the strengths of what came before and uses that to set off […]
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Review | Broken Age

by Tyler Colpon May 4, 2015
There are points where Broken Age makes you wish at least some parts of the adventure game genre were left to die. In these moments, you remember how arbitrary and preoccupied with minutiae the genre has been. Modern adventure games have already moved on. The Walking Dead doesn’t halt the zombie apocalypse so its main […]

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What Will Microsoft Bring at E3 This Year

by Tatiana Dinuon April 20, 2015
As there are less than two months left until E3 2015, and Phil Spencer already started to tease us with details about their show. It all started from a reply posted by Spencer in response to a user on Twitter in which he said the following: Means this years E3 might feel different from past E3s but […]
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Review | Life Is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time

by Tyler Colpon March 24, 2015
The ability to go back in time and change what you’ve done is a life-changing super power. One that can fix mistakes, explore different options, remove regret, and save lives. There’s so many possibilities that it would be hard not to abuse it. For a story, especially a video game story, a power like that […]
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Xbox.com New Features – Activity Feed and Suggested Friends

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon February 14, 2015
Microsoft has added some new features to Xbox.com: Activity Feeds and Suggested Friends. You should remember those from your Xbox One dashboard. The new upgrade will help the users to discover and interact with family, friends and other games, being at a PC or on your tablet/phone, without necessarily having to power on your console. […]

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Dying Light – Season Pass Detailed

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon February 10, 2015
Techland has offered new details about Dying Light‘s Season Pass. The first expansion is called Cuisine & Cargo and includes two hardcore zones infested with zombies to tackle. One is Harran’s most famous restaurant, while the other is a loading bay at the abandoned railyard. Subsequent DLCs include the Ultimate Survivor Bundle with various unique items for Kyle […]
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor almost had climbable Great beasts

by Tyler Colpon January 20, 2015
At some point during development, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor let you climb the hulking, rhinocerous-like Great beasts, according to a post-mortem written by design director Michael de Plater on Gamasutra. These guys: The feature was eventually cut as developer Monolith focused on the core parts of the game, like the Nemesis System, which had some […]
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It’s time we talk about Dragon Age: Inquisition’s one severe problem

by Tyler Colpon January 7, 2015
Dragon Age: Inquisition has been met with near-universal acclaim and several Game of The Year awards. For good reasons; the game does a lot of things really well. But the latest BioWare RPG also has a lot of problems, annoyances that have put some people off, like the game starting in the big, boring Hinterlands, or […]