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Why the Feral Flare Jungle item in League of Legends is so OP.

Why the Feral Flare Jungle item in League of Legends is so OP.

Feral Flare is the new finished item recently added to LoL as an automatic  upgrade to Wriggle’s Lantern. Wriggle’s Lantern famously had a terrible reputation as being entirely useless – it’s designed for Junglers whom are reliant on farm to get ahead, such as Jax, Xin Zhao (to some extent) ...

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Game Music Daily Week 15: Shatter, Pokemon X&Y, Little Big Planet 2, The Wolf Among Us, True Crime, Chrono Trigger

Game Music Daily Week 15: Shatter, Pokemon X&Y, Little Big Planet 2, The Wolf Among Us, True Crime, Chrono Trigger

Break out the bubbly champagne and celebratory cigars! We hit 100! Course, as this feature’s coordinator, I withheld this recommendation to 100 because boy, is it special to me. In addition, our site went to Pax and amassed quite a few (30+ !) previews for Pax East for some curious eyeballs. Lots of indies, lots ...

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Is Hearthstone a Game of the Year Contender?

Is Hearthstone a Game of the Year Contender?

Hearthstone is one of those games you can't pull yourself away from.

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Resident Evil, the Future, and the Horror Genre

Resident Evil, the Future, and the Horror Genre

Article by contributor Michael Scoggins. Spring, 1998. My younger brother has brought home this odd little game console which I had never heard of, a PlayStation. The only game he had purchased for it is titled Resident Evil 2. I wasn’t overly impressed with the box art and didn’t give ...

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Titanfall (Xbox 360) Impressions: The Hype is Real

Titanfall (Xbox 360) Impressions: The Hype is Real

Two delays and one month after the PC and Xbox One launch, and Titanfall has finally launched on the Xbox 360.  Lets skip the formalities, Titanfall on Xbox 360 is good, it’s really good.  The game may have a lower frame-rate and resolution, but it is pure Titanfall.  It’s all there: ...

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Game Music Daily Week 14: Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Bust a Groove, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Luftrausers, Motocross Madness 2, Tribes: Ascend, Silent Hill 2

Game Music Daily Week 14: Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Bust a Groove, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Luftrausers, Motocross Madness 2, Tribes: Ascend, Silent Hill 2

Week 14, entries 93-99, Pax East hangover! Cripes, what a mess, our growing coverage of the event that is! We were so busy with appointments, writing, and running the Operation Supply Drop booth our Big Boss and Quinn barely played anything on the show floor because of the outpouring of eyeballs and interested parties, great ...

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Game Music Daily Week of Great Soundtracks, Disappointing Games: Sonic 3D Blast, LAIR, Dead Island, Balloon Fight, Lost Planet, Medal of Honor: Warfighter

Game Music Daily Week of Great Soundtracks, Disappointing Games: Sonic 3D Blast, LAIR, Dead Island, Balloon Fight, Lost Planet, Medal of Honor: Warfighter

Week 13, entries 85-91, this week we’re wrangling in the theme of great soundtracks, disappointing games. These are the ones where play isn’t a contributing factor to the overall enjoyment of the score. Not in the vein where context isn’t needed, just, the games themselves were lukewarm and took a “half-empty” ...

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Final Fantasy X & X-2 HD Remaster…A Must-Own PS Vita Game?

Final Fantasy  X & X-2 HD Remaster…A Must-Own PS Vita Game?

  Final Fantasy X is a superb game. Its battle system is fun and embracing, the story is deep, and the general atmosphere of the game is welcoming. Square Enix has remastered Final Fantasy X and X-2 and released them on PS3 and PS Vita. Many people had speculated for ...

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Call of Duty vs. Gary Gygax: Nerd Revenge

Call of Duty vs. Gary Gygax: Nerd Revenge

Article by contributor Michael Scoggins. “There is no winning or losing, but rather the value is in the experience of imagining yourself as a character in whatever genre you’re involved in, whether it’s a fantasy game, the Wild West, secret agents or whatever else. You get to sort of vicariously ...

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Top 6 Saturday: Games That Should be Made into MMO’s

Top 6 Saturday: Games That Should be Made into MMO’s

The Elder Scrolls Online just launched for PC bringing you the world of the Elder Scrolls as a Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game.  For years the Elder Scrolls games have been a single player affair, but now you can enjoy the beauty of Tamriel with all of your friends.  In ...

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