• Top 5 Modern Isometric Games

    With two amazing isometric games coming out in the form of Project Eternity and Path of Exile 2013, it looks like the visual format might...

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    With two amazing isometric games coming out in the form of Project Eternity and Path of Exile 2013, it looks like the visual format might be making a return from the old SNES days. Isometric games are ones that use floor tiles at a ratio different than 1:1, with their horizontal width being greater than...
  • Top Ten Superhero Games

    Superheroes have been in video games for ages now.  At first tied into cartoons and movies, video games have gone on to give popular superheroes...

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    Superheroes have been in video games for ages now.  At first tied into cartoons and movies, video games have gone on to give popular superheroes new epic stories and even foster entirely new heroes.  Whether it is the Marvel Universe, DC, or something completely different they found an audience in gaming and always will.  With...
  • Dragon’s Dogma

    The concept of “gamer freedom” and exploration has turned the open-world format into an RPG standard. While large open worlds have always had a place...

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    The concept of “gamer freedom” and exploration has turned the open-world format into an RPG standard. While large open worlds have always had a place in gaming, the recent years have spawned an ever-growing number of RPGs featuring massive worlds that allow players to make their own adventures and memories, providing a unique experience for...
  • The Slow Death of Local Co-op.

    Splinter Cell Conviction does Co-op properly. No need for an internet connection, you just get a pal to sit next to you and you’re ready....

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    Splinter Cell Conviction does Co-op properly. No need for an internet connection, you just get a pal to sit next to you and you’re ready. Couch co-op is one of the greatest creations in gaming. You can stick to your 16 player online multi-player, because sometimes there is nothing better in the world than playing...
  • Sorting Through the Mess That is the Final Fantasy Franchise Today

    If you’ve been interested in games for a while — even in passing — you’ll know the name Final Fantasy and the weight that comes...

    If you’ve been interested in games for a while — even in passing — you’ll know the name Final Fantasy and the weight that comes along with it. One of the most revered series of all time now, it has been chugging along since the initial game was released back in 1987. From there it...
  • The Xbox One and PS4 Generation Isn’t Ready For Digital Distribution

    I feel like when it comes to the Xbox One over the past few weeks, the horse has just about been beaten to death with...

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    I feel like when it comes to the Xbox One over the past few weeks, the horse has just about been beaten to death with pointing out flaws in Microsoft’s logic and reasoning, so I’m going to hop onto a different topic that points out a fatal flaw in the reasoning of both Microsoft with...
  • Is 40 Hours Enough Playtime Anymore?

    It was recently revealed in a Polish Magazine called CD-Action that the entirety of the Assassin’s Creed III game will be playable over 40 hours....

    It was recently revealed in a Polish Magazine called CD-Action that the entirety of the Assassin’s Creed III game will be playable over 40 hours. This includes 20 hours of main plot and 20 hours of side quest, giving plenty for people to occupy themselves with. However, compared to the huge amount of time that...
  • Assassin’s Creed III

    Assassin’s Creed III isn’t half bad, but then it’s not very good either. It’s mediocre really, as a stand-alone game it’s great fun an promises to...

    Assassin’s Creed III isn’t half bad, but then it’s not very good either. It’s mediocre really, as a stand-alone game it’s great fun an promises to have you busy for hours on end, but as part of the AC franchise it falls by the side of the road, far behind its predecessors. Well perhaps I could...
  • Dissecting Capcom’s Latest Remember Me Trailer

    One of this year’s more unique yet still anticipated video game title is Capcom’s Remember Me. While Capcom have been getting some negative press due...

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    One of this year’s more unique yet still anticipated video game title is Capcom’s Remember Me. While Capcom have been getting some negative press due to DLC practices and the sub-par Resident Evil 6, their newer IPs seem to be a saving grace. Dragon’s Dogma released to decent reception, and a new game on the...
  • The Evil Within Has a Lot of Work to Do to Fix Horror Games

    Today was the big sort of, almost reveal of Shinji Mikami’s first new title since forming his own studio, Tango Gameworks, in 2010. The game...

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    Today was the big sort of, almost reveal of Shinji Mikami’s first new title since forming his own studio, Tango Gameworks, in 2010. The game was formerly known as Project Zwei and now we at least have a title for it; The Evil Within. There is a lot of hype and talk surrounding the title,...

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