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Ah, space. With its infinite vastness deep space has limitless narrative potential. It’s also where floundering horror series go to die, as there is no greater death knell. Space killed the Leprechaun, it killed Jason, and it killed Dino Crisis. Released in 2003 exclusively for the Xbox, Dino Crisis...

If Dino Crisis is the “Jurassic Park” of the series, Dino Crisis 2 is “The Lost World,” in respect to gameplay, aesthetics, and...

Cruising on the success and popularity of the Resident Evil games in the late ’90s, Shinji Mikami and Capcom’s Production Studio 4 got to...

Resident Evil, contrary to what you’ll read here, is a series dear to me. I love the franchise and its outlandish lore that happens to pit zombies in...

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

Resident Evil 6 is an unfocused blob of uninteresting multi-player modes, downloadable nickel-and-dime nonsense, and plain bad (and bland) game...

Platinum Games’ Vanquish, a third-person shooter that gives players an unequaled sense of  futuristic, sci-fi shoot-’em-up prowess, is the...

Today, I sat in a shiny new vehicle and bobbed my head to an ’80s-era funk station emceed by the bass-playing man-god known as Bootsy Collins. Sunlight...

  [Note: The article below has many spoilers pertaining to Spec Ops: The Line. If you haven't played it I suggest you do as it's an excellently written...

Bioware recently released its final Mass Effect 3 DLC, The Citadel, which represents the last downloadable content that series fans will see in some...

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