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Besides offering a tantalizing appetizer for The Phantom Pain – the next installment of Metal Gear Solid V – Ground Zeroes serves up a satisfying meal on its own, full of tweaks that evolve the Metal Gear formula. The most noticeable bit of evolution is the controls. They’re the best they’ve...

  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...

The tutorial level was a bad omen. Too scripted, too loud, with quotes from series darling Symphony of the Night wedged in for the sake of wedged-in quotes,...

It has taken every fiber of my being to be responsible and write this review. Nothing would satisfy me more than to push everything off of my desk and...

New World Interactive’s Insurgency  is more military simulation than standard FPS, and that’s a great thing. The gaming industry is supersaturated...

Naughty Dog has never developed and released single-player downloadable content. Past titles – Uncharted, Jak and Daxter – told complete...

Namco Bandai has been spot-on with its anime-turned-fighting games. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is an excellent example of how the manga...

True survival horror games are very few and far between. As great game series such as Silent Hill, Resident Evil, and Fatal Frame lose their relevancy...

Battlefield 4 had its share of problems. When the fourth installment of the always-entertaining military shooter franchise was released on November 15th...

Growing up, the time that I didn’t spend playing N64 and PlayStation games was allocated to my skate crew as we grinded all over the schools, parks,...

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