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Do you ever think back to a time when games were simply games? Where the sole purpose of a game’s story was to drive home the gameplay, and gameplay is what defined a game’s quality? Shovel Knight, the old-school, 8-bit styled side-scrolling action game by Yacht Club Games, hearkens back to those...

AAA did not put in a great showing this year at PAX East. Ubisoft neglected to make Watch Dogs playable a month before its release. Child of Light did...

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...

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,...

This week, The House That Mario Built showcased a Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze demo in its Nintendo Store. The store’s second floor featured...

In truth, I have conflicting opinions on Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Having played the game during E3, then again at a more recent event prior...

For those who missed Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on consoles last year, fret not. The PC version arrived on Steam and it’s the best version of...

Mega Man, the Mega Drive and Metal Gear reveled in their 25th anniversaries, but do you know of the most underappreciated series celebrating a similar...

[Disasterpiece is a recurring feature in which the 2D-X staff admits to loving truly highly suspect games. This outing, Jeffrey L. Wilson fesses up to...

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