How can Watch_Dogs 2 improve on its predecessor?

With the release of the first Watch_Dogs long done and the reports that the game will be the first of a whole franchise of games, what can players expect from Watch_Dogs 2? A similar game from Ubisoft, Assassins Creed, showed an impeccable capability to learn from their mistakes and make vast improvements. Like Watch_Dogs, the original Assassins Creed was a […]

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Nintendo looking to gain console ground this holiday

Nintendo is not dead, not yet. With many of Sony and Microsoft’s system sellers being pushed into early 2015, gamers do not have much reason to purchase a next-gen console. Sony opened up its first-party lineup back in November with the PlayStation 4’s launch starting with the platformer Knack (which had much more potential) and Killzone: Shadow Fall (which was […]

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343i releases Halo concept art; additional info

343 Industries has released an influx of Halo news on twitter Saturday, with updates regarding “The Masterchief Collection”. Leading the excitement was a small look at the first concept art for the remastered Halo 2. Coagulation, often regarded as the most popular multiplayer map of the former game, clearly shows high ambitions for the the upcoming release. Giving the feeling […]

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You can even reach those mountains out there! Or can you? | Miyamoto on the new Legend of Zelda

In the 74th annual general meeting and Q&A session between Nintendo and their shareholder, Shigero Miyamoto addressed the upcoming Legend of Zelda for the Wii U. While the game was broadcasted at E3 as an “open world” game, Miyamoto stated that he would “prefer not to use the generally used term ‘open world’,” and that “there is a large world in which […]

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No Man’s Sky: the most promising game for next-gen

Genius design is the only way to describe No Man’s Sky’s ambition. It seems as if it is almost fiction — a procedural generation of millions of entire planets with unique environments, creatures, and geography. But this is exactly what Hello Games’ upcoming release (Official date TBA) plans to do. Though there are no current expectations for a co-op multiplayer experience, […]

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Gran Theft Auto V shows their American patriotism with “Independence Day Special” update

Rockstar shows their american patriotism this Independence day with an update entirely dedicated to the occasion. Including custom firework displays, monster trucks, and american flag shirts, adding the most stereotypical and ridiculous features to their online multiplayer mode is nothing surprising from Grand Theft Auto considering their history. Don’t let the novelty items of this update downplay the typical aspects of […]

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This is Valiant Hearts: The Great War | Review

  I initially questioned whether Valiant Hearts’  2D art style would take away from how meaningful the story would be, but the game’s incredible narration, voices, and well-developed characters quickly proved otherwise. The game leads with the four main characters, Emile, Luck Freddy, Karl, and Ana, and their seamlessly connected adventures as Valiant Hearts takes you through incredible stories based […]

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Can a World War I setting work?

With the story of Valiant Hearts fresh in my mind, I’m reminded of the complete lack of World War I and II video games available today. For nearly all of the Playstation 2 and Original Xbox’s lifespan there was a consistent selection of World War II games. With Medal of Honor and Call of Duty leading the way, the WWII […]

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