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Jump Festa 2014: FFXV trailer reveals new voicework, Cindy, and more
After Square Enix released a short English language trailer For Final Fantasy XV a few days ago, the company now has more info about the game shown at Jump Festa in Japan. ... [read more]
Time for some holiday cheer
Harlem and O.G. are back to talk about the latest games they've played. They discuss the removal and reappearance of Hatred from Steam, Target Australia pulling GTA V and getting ready for PAX South. ... [read more]
Halo ODST campaign and more freebies for Master Chief Collection owners
Bonnie Ross, the head of 343 Industries announced free content as a token of appreciation to the Halo fanbase who dealt with various multiplayer issues in Halo: The Master Chief Collection. ... [read more]

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The rise and fall and rise again of Hatred
It's been a long 24 hours for Destructive Creations. One minute their controversial game, Hatred, makes it way to Steam Greenlight then it's taken off the next and eventually added back on becoming the biggest gaming news story of the day. ... [read more]
An Open Letter to 2K Sports - How 'Bout Them Spurs?
I saw your latest trailer for NBA 2K15, and I had to simply shake my head. As an avid San Antonio Spurs fan, you know that team that won the NBA Championship last year, I was disappointed with their exclusion from the trailer. After re-watching trailer, I realized that they ... [read more]
gamescom 2014: Sony shows off more indie games and hidden Silent Hill game
Lots of games ranging from AAA to Indie along with some shocking surprises were revealed at this year’s Sony Press Conference at gamescom in Cologne, Germany.... [read more]

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review
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 gad... [read more]
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review
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 h... [read more]
Destiny Review
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, prog... [read more]

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8-Bit Eric: Characters that should be in Smash Bros.
Smash Bros. is one of the most epic games of all time, with tons of characters from all sorts of gaming history featured, there are some good ones and bad ones, but there are also several that have been left out that 8-Bit Eric feels should be in the game. ... [read more]
8-Bit Eric: Retron 5 Unboxing
Hyperkin's Retron 5 is a retro gaming powerhouse that can play NES, SNES, Super Famicom, Genesis, Mega Drive, Gameboy, Gameboy Color, and Gameboy Advance games. Find out what you get in the box with this video from 8-Bit Eric. ... [read more]
8-Bit Eric: Hyrule Warriors Review
8-Bit Eric reviews Hyrule Warriors for the Wii U, a new hack and slash game based on the Legend of Zelda that is a spinoff of the Dynasty Warriors series. How does this game hold up? ... [read more]

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Firefall Review
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.
PC
9
08/09/2014
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05/26/2014
Conception II Review
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.
PS Vita
6.5
05/23/2014
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04/08/2014
Dark Souls II Review
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.
Xbox 360
9
04/05/2014
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03/27/2014
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03/26/2014
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03/20/2014
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03/20/2014
Earth Defense Force 2025 Review
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.
Xbox 360
9
03/08/2014
Democracy 3: Social Engineering Review
I gave some pretty high praises to Democracy 3 when it first came out because it did almost everything right. A large enough group of people must have shared my opinion in one way or another, because Democracy 3 recently received an expansion pack titled Social Engineering.
PC
6
03/08/2014
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03/06/2014
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02/27/2014
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02/18/2014
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02/18/2014
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02/10/2014
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02/10/2014
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01/31/2014
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01/30/2014
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01/30/2014
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01/29/2014
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01/27/2014
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01/23/2014
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01/23/2014
Sonic Lost World Review
As Wii U sales struggle, Sega has stepped in to assist Nintendo by releasing a Sonic game exclusively to Nintendo, Sonic Lost World. Sure it may not be as big of a deal as say a new Banjo Kazooie, but exclusives can often keep a system floating. I can honestly say that as long as the controls are good, I'll probably be happy.
Wii U
5
01/22/2014