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    ‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’: Destined to disappoint?

    So, Sony’s PlayStation Experience event just happened, and the biggest take away was a new trailer for the much anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake, which featured our first glimpses of gameplay. As someone who holds FFVII in extremely high regard, and someone who’s been an avid supporter of a potential remake for many years, I […] More

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    ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ Open Beta Impressions

    The open beta for DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront is currently available for download on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The beta will last 5 days (ending October 12th), and includes 2 different multiplayer modes, as well as a singleplayer/co-op mode. The first multiplayer mode is called ‘Drop Zone’, it’s an 8 vs 8 mode with […] More

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    ‘NHL 16’: From pretender to contender

    NHL 16 Developed by EA Canada Published by EA Sports Available on PS4, Xbox One EA’s previous venture onto the frozen pond wasn’t an outing to remember, as they attempted to cater to both last-gen and current-gen consoles, but ended up satisfying neither audience. NHL 15 suffered from a severe lack of content and the […] More

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    ‘Persona 5’ Delayed until 2016

    UPDATE: Since this original posting a new trailer for Persona 5 has been released. It shows off a lot more of the gameplay that can be expected from the latest entry, as well as, promising a Summer 2016 released date. After promising a vague 2015 release date, Atlus has surprised no one and announced that […] More

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    Partying at PAX Prime 2015

    Standing in the crowd before the expo halls open, you can feel the anticipation.  It’s contagious, and its hard not to get as equally stoked when waiting to enter PAX.  The wait is certainly worth it.  With so many games to play, it’s hard to be disappointed in PAX Prime 2015.  And yet, as soon […] More

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    A second ‘Bloodborne’ play-through is another beast

    Bloodborne is almost certainly going to remain the best video game release of this year whenever the final days of December roll around. Complete with its always challenging, rewarding combat, its gorgeous, arresting, unrelenting gothic horror atmosphere, its expertly designed environments that cohesively form a single, breathing world, Bloodborne is exceptional. Only now, around five […] More

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    ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’: What is right for Lara Croft?

    With Girl Power in Gaming, we’re exploring the role of females in our favorite hobby for the month of September. The series will attempt to explore gender dynamics, pre-assigned roles and both positive and negative examples of female characterization in the digital world.  The history of Lara Croft as a character is something that has […] More

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    Keiji Inafune’s Comcept has become what he tried to escape

    Kenji Inafune launched his new business venture, Comcept, as a way of escaping the big bad publisher Capcom. His ideas seemed simple enough, launch a Mega Man clone and dovetail that into a successful entity. With the promise of Kickstarter, even if the publishers laughed at making a 2.5D side-scrolling adventure game in 2015, he would be […] More

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    ‘Divinity: Original Sin’ adds couch co-op for console release

    The spectacularly received Divinity: Original Sin is headed to consoles and isn’t satisfied with any simple port. Celebrating Gamescom 2015, Larian’s Studios unveiled the newest trailer of the Enhanced Edition, which will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One this fall. In a first for the current console generation, Divinity: Original Sin is bringing couch co-op […] More

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