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Destiny 2 Beta: What We Know So Far

The Destiny 2 Beta is finally here after what felt like forever, at least for some people, including myself. There isn’t too much content packed in as it is a beta, but one thing that seems to be the biggest difference to me was the graphical upgrade. It is already a pretty big step up from the first game and […]

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Doom: 6.66 “Ultimate” Update Arrives!

  Anybody remember the most recent Doom? If so, you will be pleased to hear that with the new aptly appointed 6.66 “Ultimate” update there will be a few new features implemented into the game. First, anybody who wasn’t able to get the season pass for the game will be able to play all of the DLC as part of […]

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My Favourite Game

When you ask people “What is your favourite game?” the answer is often uncertain. Most usually name a few ones, as they can’t decide which out of those few were their favourite. I too did this for a long time, that was until I played Fable 2. Prior to my experience with this masterpiece, I had played Fable 3 when […]

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My Favourite Legend of Zelda Game

Legend of Zelda what a, for lack of a better word, legendary series. One of the may Nintendo stories that spawned after they took over the video game market after Atari fucked it up. When you usually ask for someone’s favourite Zelda, I feel like the most common response is Ocarina of Time or Majora’s Mask. Spoiler alert, that isn’t mine. […]

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Where does the Legend of Zelda go next?

    Zelda games have traditionally been hard to define. Often referred to as ‘action adventure’ games due to the elements of exploration and combat they do also contain heavy puzzle components and other features more commonly seen in other genres. Maybe it’s partly because they are a mix of genres that the games are so good and critically acclaimed. […]

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The Resurgence of 2D Platformers

Platformers formed the basis of the video game revival after the crash that of 1983. One game that saved the industry, in particular, was the original Super Mario Bros for the NES. Super Mario Bros saved the industry almost by itself and the game went on to inspire developers throughout the 8 bit and 16-bit eras. During the 90’s platformers […]

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Tekken 7’s Upcoming Bowling DLC.

Before you start reading, please just watch this masterpiece of a trailer.   yeah, so let’s break this trailer down. Basically, this trailer was 80 percent Harada, 20 percent gameplay, A masterpiece nonetheless. Here we can see the UI of the bowling system, looks like you have a power bar, degree arc, all the necessary shit in a bowling game. That’s it really, […]

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Metroidvania Games: Transcending Genres

  Gaming in 2017 gives consumers a lot of options. From mobile games to First Person Shooters to indie games there’s a section of the market that most people tap into at least sometimes. The most popular console games at the moment are probably FPS’s (who hasn’t played Call of Duty) and open world 3rd person games. Then there’s the […]

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Diablo 3: Necro-Splosion!!

  DLC is synonymous to video games, these days the two terms can’t go without the other. Most of the time DLC is over priced and very minuscule for the amount that you are paying. Then there are those times when you know a DLC has been done right, something so amazing that you could honestly call it a brand […]

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Sea of Thieves: A New Wave of Pirate Games?

During Microsoft’s E3 briefing, they revealed a brand new online multiplayer exclusive titled Sea of Thieves. It is essentially an online multiplayer pirate game, focused on finding treasure to upgrade your ship or to buy other items. We got a nine-minute gameplay trailer, and I’ve got to say, it looks pretty damn cool. The graphics are actually nice, and the […]

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Fifa Switch Preview

  So a version of FIFA has been announced for Nintendo Switch. Originally announced at Nintendo’s Switch reveal back in January will it simply be a port of the Xbox 360 version or has it really been built from the ground up for Switch? The game is missing some modes, but apparently, everyone who played it at e3 has good […]

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Ashen: What to expect

Although announced a couple years back by Xbox’s 2015 E3, we finally got a gameplay trailer and a full fledged announcement on Ashen, an action RPG about a dark world covered in ashes. As described by Xbox, “This is the world where nothing lasts, no matter how tight you cling to it.” Also stating that the game is about forging […]

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Semblance: The Playdough Platformer

I love indie games, if you are a frequent visitor you would not see this as a surprise. Every game that comes out seems to have some sort of recycled material that makes it blend in with its fellow genre specific games. Indie games are a great way for people to prove themselves as a great game developer and we […]

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The Artful Escape of Francis Vendetti

Indie developers have been working hard to create some spectacular looking games. Some have succeeded, while others have crashed and burned. This year’s E3 has done a great job of being a platform for the indie developers of all kinds to bring their work to the world. One game, in particular, is The Artful Escape of Francis Vendetti. While the game […]