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Hotline Miami

Posted on May 20th, 2015| No comments

Get ready to read a review that we leave you with more questions than answers. This beautiful indie game that will leave you going “…WHAT?!” Overview: Hotline Miami is a high octane, fast, bird’s eye view shooter game that puzzles the player in more ways  than one! The game starts the player off in a dark room talking to unknown people in animal masks about why the player...

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Dragon Ball: Xenoverse

Posted on March 21st, 2015| No comments

Get ready for the battle you’ve been waiting for! I’m a huge fan of the Dragon Ball franchise and I’ve played just about every game that has come out for this series since the Playstation 1 and I’ve got to say that I’m very impressed with how well this game is! Dragon Ball: Xenoverse is one of the better implemented Dragon Ball games since Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 or...

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Hand of Fate

Posted on February 27th, 2015| No comments

Disclaimer: I have not beaten the final boss in Hand of Fate, due to reasons stated below. Even so, I have spent a large amount of time with Hand of Fate and I consider this review to be my final, overall opinion. When (or if) I am able to beat the final boss and my opinion changes in any way, I will update this review accordingly.   Hand of Fate is a game that flew completely under my radar upon...

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Dying Light

Posted on February 4th, 2015| 1 comment

Disclosure 1/2: I haven’t gotten a chance to play co-op or the “Be the Zombie mode” in Dying Light at the time of writing this review. If, when I do try them, it changes my opinion of the game in any way, I will update the review accordingly. Until then, consider this my full opinion on Dying Light.   Dying Light is a game that I wasn’t too excited about. For starters,...

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Saints Row: Gat out of Hell

Posted on January 22nd, 2015| No comments

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell is easy to dislike. It’s short, it’s familiar, and it honestly doesn’t try too hard. But it has a few moments that will surprise you and make you laugh. Considering that is essentially all this series has consistently done over the years, at least that says something. I went into this “expansion” expecting little to no content and for it to be a clear cash grab....

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Posted on May 5th, 2013| No comments

Defiance first intrigued me last year when it was shown off at E3 as this huge MMO that would be on both PC and Consoles. This was a HUGE deal to me. I love playing MMOs, but I’ve always wanted to play them with the convenience of a console. It’s been done before, don’t get me wrong. But I do think that in terms console MMOs, Defiance is the best offering yet. At the same event a...

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2

Posted on April 30th, 2013| No comments

When I first heard about Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2, I was pretty excited. Sure I never played the first game, but I knew it had a cult following. I figured that if the developer was given a second chance they could make a game that would really reach its true potential. What we ended up getting, though, is a game bogged down by increasingly poor decisions that make it one of the worst ways to end a console...

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Borderlands 2 DLC: Ultimate Upgrade Pack!

Posted on April 8th, 2013| No comments

We loved Borderlands 2. We loved it so much that one of us (MegaHampton) has been playing the game practically non-stop since release. For the rest of use, though, the love has kind of dwindled in the past couple of months. The game was followed up quickly with the Pirate’s Booty DLC, which had fun gameplay and funny moments, and then Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, which provided even...

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Bioshock Infinite

Posted on March 28th, 2013| No comments

Bioshock Infinite has been on many gamers’ radars for the past few years. Before, Bioshock was about the incredible underwater city known as Rapture. This city and its tenants took center stage in both Bioshock 1 and 2, opting for a less personal and one that is more about the setting. This worked amazingly well and gamers around the world fell in love with Andrew Ryan and his creation. Some...

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Tomb Raider

Posted on March 27th, 2013| No comments

Lara Croft was one of the first famous video game characters, as well as one of the first video game characters to be a sex symbol. In the new Tomb Raider, a reboot of the famous franchise, Lara Croft is redesigned from the ground up. She is no longer just a sex symbol, but a true heroine that comes across as a real woman fighting for her life. This game plays out like a great action movie. “WOW!”...

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