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  • What's Next From Gaming's Best? (Update: New developers)

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    Some of the best video games ever to grace our screens and monitors have been released this generation with more to come. In this feature, I make some predictions on what some of the biggest developers in gaming might be working on next. I originally looked at Bethesda, Naughty Dog and Irrational. In my most recent update, I have included Treyarch and Valve. I also updated the original three with some new information as well.

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    Some of the best video games ever to grace our screens and monitors have been released this generation with more to come. In this feature, I make some predictions on what some of the biggest developers in gaming might be working on next. I originally... More
  • Throwback Thursday - Star Wars: Battlefront II

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    Hey, GIO, this is Dima from the Game Crits. We're a small group of friends trying to enter into the world of video game journalism. We're working on building a website and whatnot but currently I post some of my work here on my Game Informer blog... More
  • (Spoiler free) BioShock Infinite In-Depth Review: Not Playing the Hand That's Dealt

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    A Whole New World Nothing is as it seems in Irrational's BioShock Infinite. The mystification that Ken Levine crafts throughout this amazing video game is stunning and sends the player on a journey through the very fabric of space and time. What if... More
  • Gameplay - BioShock Infinite

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    Hey, GIO, this is Dima from The Game Crits. We're a small group of friends trying to enter into the world of video game journalism. We have a website right here! We're fairly new and far from perfect, so constructive criticism is very appreciated... More
  • Bulletstorm (2011) Campaign Review

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    Gears of War Meets Borderlands In This Hilarious Romp I had no idea what to expect when I popped this game into my 360. Was this going to be a first person Gears of War clone? Maybe something like Killzone? I had read no reviews or watched any gameplay... More
  • Moments: Witnessing Rapture

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    The opening of a game is designed to set the pace for the rest of the story. Sometimes, they will throw you right into the middle of the action like in Uncharted 2. Other times, the story allows for some backstory and exposition to be shown like in Assassin's... More
  • Gameplay - Tomb Raider (2013)

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    Hey, GIO, this is Dima from The Game Crits. We're a small group of friends trying to enter into the world of video game journalism. We have a website right here! We're fairly new and far from perfect, so constructive criticism is very appreciated... More
  • Dead Space 3 Review: Far From Hope, Far From Perfect

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    The Dead Space series is made famous by bringing the horror genre into the next generation. The first two entries were fantastic in their own respects. Plenty of scares and action coupled with a decent background story. A third title in this series was... More
  • Playthrough: Half-Life 2 - Part 6

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    A few of my friends and I have started a Replay-style YouTube channel with a bunch of different segments. We're called The Game Crits. We have a website right here! We're fairly new and far from perfect, so constructive criticism is very appreciated... More
  • Why Are We Playing This? - MLB 2K8

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    A few of my friends and I have started a Replay-style YouTube channel with a bunch of different segments. We're called The Game Crits. We have a website right here! We're fairly new and far from perfect, so constructive criticism is very appreciated... More
  • Late to the Party - Portal 2 Review

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    When Life Gives You Portals Valve has been known to create video games that are well ahead of their time in terms of visual fidelity, animation, sound, and story. I recently replayed the original Half-Life and it lives up remarkably well today, something... More
  • The Art of the Journey: What Sets Video Games Apart

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    Video games are art. Some games are clearly more deserving of that title than others . But in the end, gaming can be as artistic as any film or painting. In recent years especially. Radical improvements in sound, artwork, story, and graphics have propelled... More