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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review (PC)

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Come to the Land Up-Over Let’s get this out of the way: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is really Australian. Not just in the accents– the characterization, humor, terminology — it’s made very clear from the get-go that 2K Australia wanted to leave their mark on the Borderlands franchise. Taking place after Borderlands (but before Borderlands 2, hence “pre-sequel”), The Pre-Sequel fills in ...

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Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes Review (PS3)

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  Fun For Few Disney Infinity was not made for me to enjoy at a fundamental level. It’s a game designed to be enjoyable for younger children, and in that respect it’s plenty apparent it succeeds. Bringing the universe of Disney characters together (and now with version 2.0, Marvel) is ...

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A Golden Wake Review (PC)

A Golden Wake

Boom Town Early 1920’s Florida. To be precise, Coral Gables, Florida. Back then, it was an up-and-coming housing town with people buying real estate left and right, creating the real estate boom that would last until October of 1929, when the stock market crashed. If you worked in real estate, ...

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Heavy Bullets Review (PC)

Heavy Bullets

Article By Contributor Shane Viernum Heavy Bullets is billed as a roguelike first person shooter. With eight procedurally generated levels and 2 bosses with only the vague promise of $5,000 to repair a malfunctioning mainframe motivating you to make it through the psychedelic tour. I’m not gonna lie here, this ...

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Styx: Master of Shadows Review


Its been a tough time for newly released stealth games as of late. You’ll be hard pressed to read reviews that don’t compare these games to Assassin’s Creed, or at least pick out specific elements and abruptly state Assassin’s Creed “already did it”. Which is why I was pleased to ...

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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Review


It seems like it was only yesterday when we were being teased with succulent details about the sequel to Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Over two years and a multitude of character reveals, Nintendo Directs, and gameplay demonstrations, the new Smash is finally in our hands – quite literally with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. Being ...

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review (PC)


One Game to Rule Them All Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor opens with our hero, Talion teaching his son how to wield a sword, and later sneaking up on his wife to deliver her a kiss and a flower. These simple moments of genius provided exposition, emotional connection, and a tutorial on the ...

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Stronghold: Crusader II Review (PC)

Stronghold Crusader II

Written by Contributor Travis Foster Stronghold: Crusader, created by FireFly studios, is a real-time strategy game released in 2002. Taking the original design of the first Stronghold, which came out in 2001, Stronghold: Crusader took the castle simulation game from Europe into the Crusades, being able to bring the holy ...

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Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review (PS3)


Simplifying the complex mechanisms of the BlazBlue and Guilty Gear franchises, Arc System Works pulled off a fun, frantic fighter in Persona 4 Arena that brought together beloved characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4. With a canon plot and following at its disposal, it was one of the few fighting games that puts in the extra mile for ...

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Chariot Review (Xbox One)

Chariot Title Screen

To describe the genre of platformers, I would start with some of the games that gave many of today’s gamers hours of fun and frustration. Games like Mega Man, Castlevania, and Metriod come to mind first. Countless hours of my childhood were spent figuring out little puzzles, or trying to land my character ...

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