• Hard Reset: Extended Edition

    When developer  Flying Wild Hog released their cyberpunk first-person shooter Hard Reset last September they gave PC gamers an action-packed romp through a world inspired...

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    When developer  Flying Wild Hog released their cyberpunk first-person shooter Hard Reset last September they gave PC gamers an action-packed romp through a world inspired by The Matrix and Blade Runner.  A major complaint from players and critics was that it was too short with a mere four or five hours of play time.  In...
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  • Is the Gaming Industry Making a Renewed Push Toward Strong Survival Horror?

    The highly anticipated release of The Evil Within, a new hardcore survival horror game from Shinji Mikami, and a pioneer of all-time great survival horror...

    The highly anticipated release of The Evil Within, a new hardcore survival horror game from Shinji Mikami, and a pioneer of all-time great survival horror games, will be released next month. In recent weeks, other major survival horror-themed game titles have been announced. It seems like a collective push toward survival horror. As a fan...
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  • The Internet Armies and Phil Fish

    In the early 20th century, baseball was a very different game. The rules were still the same but the culture was not comparable at all....

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    In the early 20th century, baseball was a very different game. The rules were still the same but the culture was not comparable at all. Fans and players were intrinsically linked in the ballpark. Players were paid decently well, but were far from the multi-millionaires they are today, fans sat closer to the action, and...
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  • Where Can Greenlight Go From Here?

    The first ten Steam Greenlight approvals have been announced on its official site! I recognize a few of these gems—especially McPixel, which traded a free...

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    The first ten Steam Greenlight approvals have been announced on its official site! I recognize a few of these gems—especially McPixel, which traded a free copy of the game for fanart before its release—while others are less familiar. Either way, it shows that Steam Greenlight has succeeded in its endeavor to crowdsource the voting process...
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  • Deadlight

    Deadlight for Xbox Live Arcade is one part Shadow Complex and one part I Am Alive, a combination of sidescrolling action, and a platforming survival...

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    Deadlight for Xbox Live Arcade is one part Shadow Complex and one part I Am Alive, a combination of sidescrolling action, and a platforming survival adventure. With a little pinch of the “Autorunner” style of gaming thrown in too… Plus zombies!  If that sounds like a big pile of gaming genres combined in an awkward...
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  • Top 5 Reasons You Should Play Spec Ops: The Line

    With 2013 just starting, many gamers and gaming websites look back over the past year to pick out their notable games from 2012. Many big...

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    With 2013 just starting, many gamers and gaming websites look back over the past year to pick out their notable games from 2012. Many big budget games have been gaining awards left, right and center, but in this article, I want to focus on a lesser known title that gamers should check out. That game...
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  • Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII: 5 Ways To Make It Memorable

    Final Fantasy XIII is a very polarising series within the Final Fantasy series. Critical reviews haven’t been awful, and compared to earlier games in the...

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    Final Fantasy XIII is a very polarising series within the Final Fantasy series. Critical reviews haven’t been awful, and compared to earlier games in the FF series, it’s hard to proclaim that FFXIII and its sequel are the worst games of the series. Nevertheless, the games don’t live up to Final Fantasy’s lofty heights set...
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  • Nintendo Needs to Revive The Legend of Zelda or Let It Die

    There isn’t a gamer in the world that hasn’t heard of The Legend of Zelda. Easily Nintendo’s most recognizable franchise this side of Mario, the series will always...

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    There isn’t a gamer in the world that hasn’t heard of The Legend of Zelda. Easily Nintendo’s most recognizable franchise this side of Mario, the series will always be remembered for the way it revolutionized action/adventure games. NES owners had never before experienced such an enthralling quest, full of monsters, puzzles, and the constant threat of the ever-mysterious...
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  • Why Do Videogame Covers Matter?

    There’s been a lot of fuss over the recent Bioshock: Infinite cover, causing the developers to respond by including a reversible cover. It leaves the...

    There’s been a lot of fuss over the recent Bioshock: Infinite cover, causing the developers to respond by including a reversible cover. It leaves the theme of the past games’ covers, and instead of featuring a Big Daddy, it features a manly character looking down with his head and up with his eyes as explosions...
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  • Mortal Kombat X: PS3 and Xbox 360 Versions Should Have Been Scrapped

    After a new listing on Amazon, it was revealed that the release dates have been delayed for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of...

    After a new listing on Amazon, it was revealed that the release dates have been delayed for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Mortal Kombat X. The release dates for Mortal Kombat X on those consoles have been shifted to the end of June–more than two and a half months past April 14....
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