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  • Promising VR Large & Small: The Persistence & Moss

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    Playstation VR Demo Disc 2 released last week and I had to share my experience with The Persistence and Moss, two upcoming virtual reality games that are very different but very promising. The former is a survival horror game by Firesprite that is set... More
  • Farpoint Brings VR to the Fore in Thrilling Fashion

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    Virtual reality gaming has more than its share of skeptics, and the nascent library of tech demos masquerading as video games doesn't help, no matter how impressive the experience (i.e., Batman: Arkham VR). Impulse Gear's relatively new PlayStation... More
  • Surviving the Horrors of Outlast 2

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    Outlast 2 by Red Barrels creates an immersive, atmospheric setting for a survival horror video game that goes a long way toward instilling a palpable sense of discomfort and anxiety. But for all the headway made in establishing a creepy aesthetic that... More
  • Picturing Shiness: A Visual Introduction to The Lightning Kingdom

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    New role-playing games are a cause for at least subdued anticipation, as the prospect for new characters, stories and adventure can be tempered with the measured expectations for possibly familiar genre conventions. But Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom... More
  • Ghost Recon: State of the Shooter

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    The open beta for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands not only increased my anticipation for the game since playing the closed beta , but also added to my list of post-release fixes that would improve the entertainment value and appeal for this latest... More
  • Into the Wildlands: Ghost Recon Revisited

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    In advance of the open beta and release of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and as a longtime fan of squad-based shooters since PlayStation 2 era games like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm, I wanted to share my impressions of the closed... More
  • Virtual Reality Vertigo: Reeling From the Highs and Lows

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    I've been eagerly anticipating a mass market virtual reality experience since my brief but exhilarating introduction to the technology outside an arcade in the MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino nearly 20 years ago. I think I paid $5 back then... More
  • Exploring Boundaries in No Man's Sky

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    One doesn't play No Man's Sky as much as manage it. Think space exploration sim more than space adventure and you get the idea. The thrill of discovery is what motivates gamers beyond the tedium of resource management, though it's possible... More
  • My E3 2016: Dropzone & Elite Dangerous

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    A busy work schedule and personal move mostly behind me, I can report that my last day at E3 I was able to demo a couple very different but entertaining titles. Dropzone applies an eSports twist on RTS-style games. Elite Dangerous: Horizons is an MMO... More
  • My E3 2016: The Dwarves, ELEX, War Thunder VR & More

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    My second day on the E3 show floor I sampled a fighting game, a virtual reality air combat game, a vehicle combat MMO and a couple fantasy RPGs. All had compelling aspects worth exploring, and some had elements that came together in a promising way. The... More
  • My E3 2016: Kona, Skylar, Solus & More

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    The first day on the show floor I was able to take in some presentations and hands-on time, and came away impressed with each title I saw: Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr; Kona; Forge of Empires (Arctic Age); Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover... More
  • My E3 2016: Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 at EA Play

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    I almost didn't attend EA Play last night, but I'm glad I changed my mind. Two rounds of Battlefield 1 and one round of Titanfall 2 later, my enthusiasm for the FPS genre was rekindled. It's not that they reimagine the formula, but they exploit... More
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