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by Oscar Gonzalez | August 30, 2014
Deep Silver, who bought the Metro series after THQ filed bankruptcy, decided to get next gen gamers up to speed with the franchise by giving both games a next gen makeover in Metro Redux. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | August 22, 2014
Wolfenstein 3D is arguably one of the most important games in video game history. It created a new style gaming that eventually took over the industry. Unfortunately, the guys at id Software haven’t been able to recreate the magic of the series in the various follow-ups. Sometimes, to bring back a series, new blood needs to be injected hence MachineGames and their take on the game, Wolfenstein: The New Order. [read more]

by Nickolai Niver | August 09, 2014
Firefall has been in beta longer than most MMO titles, and with its launch finally cleared as of last month, it’s time to validate its existence with a review. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | June 05, 2014
It's safe to say that Titanfall is the first highly-anticipated next gen (or should I say current gen) game for 2014.Developed by Respawn Entertainment, Titanfall received some huge hype at E3, and it was well deserved. Although the game is not perfect, it's heading in the right direction to be one of the iconic game franchises of this generation. [read more]

by Nickolai Niver | May 23, 2014
I can honestly say that Conception II would be an incredibly awkward game to try and describe to anyone who doesn’t watch anime or play RPGs. In fact, if someone could find a socially acceptable way to describe a game where you impregnate girl’s souls using your “star energy” until they release a Russian nesting doll from their chests with a small chibi inside, I’ll buy them a drink. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | May 17, 2014
Outlast became one of my favorite survival horror games and I gave it a 9 in my review. The game, however, left me wanting for more jump scares and thus I was naturally excited to quickly dive into its story related DLC, Whistleblower. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | May 11, 2014
Over the years, my interest in them has been waning, and from what I can tell, I’m not the only gamer that feels the same way. In Japan, sports games come in a wide range of flavors from the straight simulation sports games to the less realistic sports games. Inazuma Eleven is one of those less realistic sports games that’s based on an anime and actually plays like an anime series. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | May 07, 2014
Season 2 of The Walking Dead has been an emotional rollercoaster. Unlike last season, this season is all about punching you in the gut again and again. Episode 2, “A House Divided,” really takes that to heart and makes sure that anything you even remotely care for gets crushed. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | May 06, 2014
How about that ending of episode 2? Although it wasn’t as shocking as the end of episode 1, it still shook me to my core and made me wish episode 3 was already out. Well here it is, The Wolf Among Us Episode 3 “A Crooked Mile,” and everything is about to get even crazier. [read more]

by Nickolai Niver | April 05, 2014
At this point, anybody who plays video games that don't involve a touch screen interface is well aware of what Dark Souls II is. A sequel to a spiritual sequel to an amazingly difficult, but fun game, Dark Souls II has some large shoes to fill. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | March 24, 2014
The good ending of Infamous 2 left many wondering what was left for the series. Sucker Punch made it very clear that a new superhero was required to continue the series. Thus Delsin Rowe was born. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | March 24, 2014
Escape Plan is a 3D side-scroller puzzle game which was originally released as a launch title for the PS Vita in February 2012. Developer Fun Bits Interactive decided to take the game to the big screen and port it to the PlayStation 4. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | March 16, 2014
Whenever someone brought up whether the Ouya was worth the money, one game would always come up as a reason to justify the purchase: TowerFall. After several successful months on the Ouya, developer Matt Thorson decide to bring his game to the PS4 and PC. He added a new Quest mode and called this version of his game, TowerFall Ascension. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | March 16, 2014
Eidos Montreal had the huge task of bringing back the Deus Ex series with Deus Ex: Human Revolution. They did wonders with that game by being faithful to the original game. For their follow-up, the team has another tough assignment by rebooting another cherished franchise, Thief. [read more]

by Nickolai Niver | March 08, 2014
With the Xbox 360 heading out the door, Earth Defense Force sees a second installment (because Insect Armageddon never happened) in EDF 2025. As one of the last titles to be released for the Xbox 360, one can only wonder if it will succeed in capturing the wonder and joy that 2017 brought so many years ago. [read more]


What's your most anticipated game for September?

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call
Destiny
Fable Anniversary
Wasteland 2
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
FIFA 15
NHL 15
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
Hyrule Warriors
Dance Central Spotlight
Forza Horizon 2
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