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I don’t know how many of you played the Destiny alpha build which took place the weekend after E3, but if you’re one of the folks who didn’t you missed out. For one thing, the chance to play an alpha build of a game that costs an estimated $500 million to develop (and market) is unique in and of...

The expansive world of Thedas and powerful cast of characters has given Dragon Age: Origins a high rank on my list of superior role playing games. In...

Telltale Games has transformed two beloved comic book franchises into deep, riveting adventure games akin to its earlier Sam & Max titles. Some...

Visuals in gaming have come a long way from the simple sprite-based 8 and 16-bit consoles. We’ve had graphically impressive hallmarks like the...

Mario Kart 7 reminds us once again that little has changed in the franchise’s long history. The imaginatively titled sequel eschews the tiniest...

Renowned video game designer Jane Jensen, helm of the newly formed development team Pinkerton Road, collaborates with Phoenix Online Studios to create...

My head hurts. I’ve just finished playing Zombie Studios’ Daylight, and I have to say, the game is stressful. To a fan of the horror genre,...

The background behind Octodad: Dadliest Catch is something to take note of before you dive into its gameplay. It’s actually pretty awesome. The...

Besides offering a tantalizing appetizer for The Phantom Pain – the next installment of Metal Gear Solid V – Ground Zeroes serves up a satisfying...

  A few weeks ago I called Titanfall the new Modern Warfare. Today I’d go as far as to call it our future Warfare. This isn’t a knock on the...

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