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  • 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
  • The Beginning of the End: A Photo Mode Recap of Uncharted 4's First Hours

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    That Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is a solid game should come as no surprise a week after it's release. What surprised me, however, was how I spent nearly as much time tinkering with its photo mode as I did immersed in its gameplay. Of course, I... More
  • Hunter or Hunted? The Thrill of the Chase in Far Cry Primal

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    There's a fine line between hunter and prey when your prey are predators, and walking that line is what makes Far Cry Primal so enjoyable. Forget what you know about the game, what you're expected to spend your time doing, and what the franchise... More
  • Devolution: Far Cry Primal Returns to Basics

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    Game development is a prime example of "damned if you do, damned if you don't." Successful franchises suffer under the weight of expectations, where fans bemoan formulaic gameplay but fret over changes to a beloved series. Far Cry Primal... More
  • Just Cause 3: The Return of BoomShtick

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    The destruction wrought by Rico Rodriguez in the Just Cause franchise has been at the core of its over-the-top gameplay and broad popularity. But what helps sell it is the open world and multiple approaches to any given scenario. Such freedom even encourages... More
  • How to Not Survive in Fallout 4

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    Bethesda wants you to survive Fallout 4's Wasteland. They've given you plenty of weapons to loot and craft, and attributes to boost when you level up. You want to survive. You use all these and V.A.T.S. to vanquish every enemy. But ever wonder... More
  • This Fallout Wasteland Is Teeming With Opportunity

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    Nothing goes to waste in the wasteland of Fallout 4, and that is especially true of the time you'll spend in its open world. Bethesda's long-awaited return to the post-apocalyptic nuclear landscape feels both fresh and familiar, at least for the... More
  • Stan Lee's Comikaze 2015

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    Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo continues to grow by leaps and bounds, expanding in its fifth year to fill most of the Los Angeles Convention Center compared to just one hall in 2014. Attendance, too, has grown by about 10,000 per year based on some estimates... More
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