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  • Blog Post: Opinion – Dragon Age: Inquisition Has The Best Cast In The Series To Date

    Dragon Age: Inquisition has my favorite cast by far. In the past two entries, I've only enjoyed a few select members from each game (cough, cough Morrigan and Varric), but I've never found an ensemble as powerful as Dragon Age: Inquisition, where even if I didn't like certain cast members... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The Talos Principle Stumps Our Crack Team

    Croteam is best know for it’s work on the silly FPS series Serious Sam, but its new game, The Talos Principle, is a different kind of first person game. Like Portal, this first person puzzler with leave you scratching your head, but it might also have you questioning your humanity. The Talos Principle’s... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Pointing And Clicking Our Way Through The Hand-Crafted Lumino City

    Lumino City, from developer State of Play, is a gorgeous point-and-click adventure, where all of the game's backgrounds and sets have been constructed by hand. Join myself, Ben Reeves, and Wade Wojcik as we take a look at the game's opening and first few puzzles, marvel at the detail and charm... More
  • Blog Post: Stop Thinking Of No Man’s Sky As A Multiplayer Game

    We spoke with Hello Games' managing director Sean Murray for hours about his team’s difficult-to-grasp game. One subject that’s spurred confusion since No Man’s Sky was announced is the incorporation of multiplayer. Even though players can name their discoveries, affect the galaxy... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Hearthstone: Goblins vs Gnomes

    Join Daniel Tack, Ben Reeves, and Jeff Marchiafava as they check out the new Hearthstone expansion, Goblins vs Gnomes! With over 120 new cards featuring mechs, pirates, and a smattering of iconic Warcraft universe heroes, this new addition to the digital card game is shaking things up in both constructed... More
  • Blog Post: Top 50 Challenge 2014 – The Banner Saga

    I'm a big fan of strategy/RPGs, and I always regretted not having time to invest in The Banner Saga. That's why I gladly accepted Ben Reeves' challenge . Strategy/RPGs are a dime a dozen nowadays, and I love that developer Stoic incorporates choice as an extra layer of strategy. What I wasn't... More
  • Blog Post: Top 50 Challenge 2014 – This War Of Mine

    This time of the year is generally addled with tons of huge game releases. With that in mind, it's not surprise that the unique indie survival title This War of Mine managed to fly under my radar like a rat scavenging for crumbs. The old saying goes "War is hell", and I've never seen... More
  • Blog Post: Fight For The Top 50 2014 - Civilization: Beyond Earth

    Thanks to Steam, 4X games are experiencing a sort of renaissance. Since it’s easy to spend a ridiculous amount of time on strategy titles, picking and playing the right one can be a daunting task. Civilization: Beyond Earth may not be incredibly ambitious in changing many of the things that make... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Styx: Master Of Shadows

    This stealth title is so low-profile it sneaked under our radar when it released over a month ago. Now we're finally investigating Styx: Master of Shadows, which we didn't even know existed until it popped up in a video ad on our site. Developed by Cyanide and published by Focus Home Interactive... More
  • Blog Post: NBA 2K15 Frustrations: MyCareer Won’t Let Me Craft The Player I Want

    NBA 2K's MyCareer mode is my favorite destination. I revel in creating my own player and weaving his story as an up-and-comer; slowly making a name for himself and eventually rising to prominence. The story aspects still have a way to go, but there's plenty of potential. I like that this mode... More
  • Blog Post: Fantastic Followers: Understanding Draenor’s Masterful Minigame

    In Warlords of Draenor, the big highlight feature is the Garrison – World of Warcraft’s take on player housing that provides quests, mounts, invasions, high-level crafting, and resources. The system that links everything together within these walls is based on followers, adventurers that... More
  • Blog Post: How To Find The Treasures Of Draenor

    One of the new systems at play in World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor is the zones have hundreds of hidden, collectible treasures stashed away. You’re likely to stumble around a few randomly via traditional leveling and zone exploration, but you’re probably going to want to go back and... More
  • Blog Post: Busting Up Boredom: Warlords Of Draenor's Quest Success

    The World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor leveling loop is the best we’ve seen in the game so far, designed to keep the player continually engaged while participating in the same style of quest the game has had for years. The revolution isn’t in the form of standard quests – they’re... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking Down The Dragon Age: Inquisition Romance Options

    The weight of the world may be on your shoulders, but that doesn't mean you won't find love along the way. Dragon Age: Inquisition has multiple romance options available, some specific to certain genders and races. You don't have to romance someone, since you might not find someone you want... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Mods We Want For Grand Theft Auto V PC

    The Grand Theft Auto games are great on any platform they come to, but like the Elder Scrolls series, you get more bang for your buck with the PC version thanks to all the brilliant mods the community creates after the game releases. GTA V doesn't hit until January 27, but that's not stopping... More
  • Blog Post: The Sims 4 Producer Sheds Light On Post-Release Content

    The Sims 4 didn't exactly release with the bang that Maxis hoped it would. Maxis received its share of criticism and fan disappoint over some features not being in the initial release of The Sims 4. Some of these included pools, cars, and dishwasers. Maxis has heard fans loud and clear, releasing... More
  • Blog Post: Afterwords – The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

    After developing Painkiller and Bulletstorm, the three founders of People Can Fly left the studio and form their own independent company, The Astronauts. This studio’s first game, a haunting, unguided adventure called The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, impressed us as much as it unnerved us . We caught... More
  • Blog Post: 12 Familiar Franchises You Didn't Realize Went Free-to-play

    Free-to-play may not be the total future of the video game industry, but it is absolutely a crucial part of it. From brand new brands to – as this list oulines – established franchises with a fanbase already in place, so many games have adopted the model that it's hard to keep up. These... More
  • Blog Post: The 10 Best Strategy/RPGs You Can Purchase Now

    The strategy/RPG has always been a niche genre, which is ironic since it's a hybrid of two popular genres in Japan. Great series like Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics, and Shining Force have no doubt put it on gamers' radar, but the genre is like a diamond in the rough with only a few releases... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Watching Each Other's Screens In Screencheat

    Screencheat recalls classic split-screen first-person shooting multiplayer where looking at your friend's screen was considered a crime against common video game etiquette. With Screencheat, however, you have to look at everyone's screen if you want to get any kills. In Screencheat, everyone... More
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