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by Prashanth M. Narayan | July 20, 2015
Rocksteady Studios did the unthinkable in 2009 by making a game based on a comic an actual GOTY contender. The follow-up, Arkham City, continued the pattern of quality and faithfulness to the comic making for another great game. To finish off the series, Rocksteady is back with Batman: Arkham Knight. [read more]

by Justin Hernandez | June 12, 2015
MOBAs are becoming more and more common as the competitive arena of choice. League of Legends and DotA changed the face of eSports by putting the new genre in the spotlight. Blizzard has entered the fray with their answer in the form of Heroes of the Storm. [read more]

by Justin Hernandez | May 23, 2015
Zombie massacre simulator is the description that comes to mind when I think of Techland's Dying Light. With so many implements of undead doom at your disposal, you can easily lose yourself in trying every weapon and item you come across. The real question, though, is does this game stand out from Techland's previous title Dead Island? [read more]

by Justin Hernandez | May 08, 2015
There are plenty of things to kill you on the planet of Pandora: the wildlife, bandits, and even $10,000,000. Or at least, that is if you are Rhys and Vaughn from Hyperion. The two of them are just a part of the cast in the first episode of Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands. With such an easy way to get rich, what could go wrong? [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | May 08, 2015
There are things that The Order gets it right, but has left plenty of room for improvement, which hopefully gets addressed in a sequel. [read more]

by Justin Hernandez | March 12, 2015
Insomniac Games heads to the Xbox One with their exclusive title, Sunset Overdrive. [read more]

by Nickolai Niver | February 09, 2015
Every time I tried to play either Dragon Age Origins or Dragon Age 2, I’d find myself playing for the first 10 or so hours before turning it off and playing a different game. I gave it one more chance with Dragon Age: Inquisition. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | January 19, 2015
Originally announced at the PS4 reveal event in Feb. 2013, Driveclub was due for release as a PS4 launch title. Development misfortunes led to an 11 month delay and the game was finally released in the first week of Oct. 2014. The game faced major challenges at launch as the online multiplayer was broken and for a game that’s focused on social interactivity, it quickly became a big letdown for gamers. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 01, 2015
11 bit studios made a name for themselves with the Anomaly series where they flipped the script on the tower defense formula. They flipped the script again with This War of Mine that doesn't put you in the shoes of soldiers fighting a war, but rather the people trying to survive a war. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | December 31, 2014
When Shinji Mikami and the team at Capcom developed Resident Evil, they changed gaming. There were scary games prior to that first RE game, but those games didn't have nearly the impact. With The Evil Within, Mikami hopes to change the industry once again by bringing back survival horror to its roots. [read more]

by Johnny Rodriguez | December 22, 2014
Punch Quest is an endless runner-style game developed by Rocketcat Games, Madgarden, and Noodlecake Games. Actually, Punch Quest is less of an endless runner and more of an endless puncher. Punching dominates the game’s gameplay and setting. There is no jump button – instead you have an uppercut button. Dashing is actually dash punching. It’s that kind of game. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | December 15, 2014
With a three year development cycle, Sledgehammer Games had a lot at stake when they took charge in the leading the efforts behind Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Set in the future, Advanced Warfare's campaign is packed with explosive moments featuring cool new tech and gadgets that extends to its multiplayer. It’s hard to go back to conventional on-foot run-and-gun shooting after setting foot into the future technology of Advanced Warfare. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | October 25, 2014
If Batman: Arkham Asylum placed Rocksteady Studios in god’s shrine, then I can say with utmost confidence that it’s Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor that is a shining example for a great future that’s ahead for Monolith Productions. Shadow of Mordor has surprised the heck out of me more than any game this year, and I think you should go out to your nearest GameStop or Wal-Mart to grab a copy. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | October 09, 2014
After creating one of the most iconic sci-fi first-person shooters with the Halo series, Bungie partnered with Activision to create their massive new IP, Destiny. Destiny is a multiplayer action shooter with heavier emphasis on RPG elements like character customization, progression and a loot-reward system. So does Destiny live up to its hype surrounding it? [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | September 20, 2014
When Telltale Games announced the second season of The Walking Dead, fans of the first season were wondering where Telltale was going to take the series. By focusing on Clementine, the second season went in a different direction than the TV series or comics have gone. It was the first of the three that focused on being so helpless, yet finding the strength to carry on. [read more]


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Shadowrun: Hong Kong
Madden NFL 16
Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture
Volume
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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition
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