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  • CoD Hate Hypocrisy

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    As I read through the comments on the Back Ops 4 reveal trailer, I was not at all surprised to find largely negative reception by the community, primarily because of the lack of a traditional single player campaign. People claimed that for a full price... More
  • God of War Review - Immortal Combat (SPOILER FREE)

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    God of War pulls off an impressive balancing act by both satisfying long time fans o

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    God of War pulls off an impressive balancing act by both satisfying long time fans of the franchise and drawing in new players. It completely reinvents almost every aspect fans have come to expect from the series while maintaining a distinct identity... More
  • The Elena Delusion

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    Almost two years down the road from its release Naughty Dog's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End continues to provide material for conversation. This may seem a little late in coming, but in this post I will be discussing a new perspective on the character... More
  • Opinion - Ubisoft Needs Better Writing

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    Everyone who has played an Ubisoft game pretty much knows what to expect by now. A large open world, tons of collectibles, map revealing towers, and terrible writing. Don't get me wrong, Ubisoft games have produced some really good stories. Assassin's... More
  • Finding the Fear

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    (My plasma cutter!) With Halloween right around the corner, now seems as good a time as any to put up a horror related article. Admittedly, horror is probably the one genre of game that I have the least amount of experience with. Until a week ago, the... More
  • Buswaxer's Bargain Bin Vol. 2

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    Welcome back to the bargain bin. This week we're shining the spotlight onto the&n

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    Welcome back to the bargain bin. This week we're shining the spotlight onto the conclusion of a last gen super hero epic. Infamous 2 released all the way back in 2011 and improved on the original in almost every conceivable way. Players are set loose... More
  • Buswaxer's Bargain Bin Vol. 1

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    For the first entry of this new feature, I'm going to swing the spotlight onto Kingdom

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    For the first entry of this new feature, I'm going to swing the spotlight onto Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. This open world action RPG was developed by the now defunct studio 38 Games and released to generally positive reviews back in 2012, securing... More
  • Game Breaking: A Practitioner's Perspective

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    As I've* no doubt mentioned in the past at some point or another, I'm in college right now. And in this college, there is a little rule that says, "Thou shalt not bringest thy video game consoles onto the premises of our educational establishment... More
  • Strategic Dichotomy

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    Recently, I have found myself playing a lot of handheld turn-based strategy games. First, I played through Fire Emblem: Awakening on the 3DS and right after, I moved directly into Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together on the PSP. While both games are fantastic... More
  • Reader Discussion: Defining a Generation

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    The last generation of gaming saw many innovations within the medium. In many ways, the era of the XBox 360 and PlayStation 3 was the one in which gaming really started to hit its stride. Graphics improved by leaps and bounds compared to what we saw from... More