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For starters, I would like to thank Nintendo America, Omega Force, Team Ninja, Koei Tecmo and lastly, Masaki Furusawa. For if it had not have been for you, Hyrule Warriors would have never existed and my life would be just a little less bright. With that being said, I think we all know where this review...

For starters, The Evil Within had by far one of the most memorable demonstration’s at this year’s E3. Bethesda began their presentation...

Dragon Age has always been known for its use of choice and its expansive environments. The universe is filled with diverse races with unique backgrounds...

After what has to be one of the worst winters on record, and after a last ditch attempt by Mother Nature to troll the U.S. with a freak snowstorm, Spring...

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Blizzard’s free-to-play collectible card came, left beta a few weeks ago, and its climbing popularity is evidenced...

I never got around to playing Bastion, but I did watch friends play it. The game seemed odd, the isometric camera angle weirded me out, and it lacked...

Few people wake up on a Saturday morning and exclaim, “I need ANOTHER strategy JRPG in my life.” I’m one of those people. I grew up on Final Fantasy...

It’s rare to see an indie game that takes chances by pushing a genre in a new direction, but Skulls of the Shogun attempts to do just that —...

  There aren’t many games like Trap Gunner, a quirky title that mixes puzzle, strategy, and action elements. Its release came late in the PlayStation‘s...

The restaurant business is one of the toughest industries in America; it’s said that 50% of restaurants fail in the first year. It’s customers...

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