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The Division review: It’s exactly like Destiny, but with matchmaking!

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On paper, The Division and Destiny are almost exactly identical: they are both loot based games that you can’t play offline, and they are both games that encourage the practice of playing with other people. Other than the aforementioned obvious, almost unavoidable comparisons though, the two games are like night and day. You get loot, and you get loot, everybody ...

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Halo 5: Guardians gets a new update: Forge, new maps, new guns, and more

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Halo fans who are itching to make their own maps can finally sate their thirst as 343 has released the latest free update to Halo 5: Guardians. In the Cartographer’s Gift update, Forge has been reintroduced to Halo 5 alongside classic weapons and armor sets like the dual tube SPNKR rocket launcher (and its 4 variants), the Mark IV Mjolnir ...

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The Odd Nature of EA’s Excuse for Banning Iran and Myanmar from Origin

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Electronic Arts, the two-time “winner” of the “Worst Company in America” award, has decided to cut off the countries of Iran and Myanmar from accessing their Origin service. In effect, this prevents anyone in those countries from buying or playing any digitally purchased EA games on the PC, or for that matter, getting a refund for games that they can no ...

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Overwatch’s Sombra ARG: When too much hype meets a missed opportunity

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For most of a two or three month period, certain segments of Overwatch’s community (particularly on the game’s subreddit) were hard at work trying to find any clues that Blizzard may have left regarding (what most people assume to be) their upcoming character, Sombra. From decoding cryptic messages in trailers written in hex values to monitoring the Overwatch’s website for any change ...

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What is Crunch Time, Rooster Teeth’s latest series, about?

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For many people, wanting to see a show about a few horribly awkward young-adult scientists (that almost look like they are in their late 20s) who get into trouble means that you’re probably going to have to sit through something like The Big Bang Theory. Unfortunately, the show seems to be intended for an audience that is already accustomed to sitcoms, complete with dialogue ...

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What’s In Fallout 4’s Nuka-World DLC and is it worth it?

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One of the largest (and most valid) complaints about Fallout 4 is that the game didn’t really give you many opportunities to be evil. Sure, you could go around insulting people and killing somewhat indiscriminately, but your options were rather limited when compared to the things you could do in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. With Fallout 4’s Nuka-World DLC however, this ...

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