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Ant-Man review: Starting small, ending big

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(This review may contain spoilers, skip to the end for an abridged and spoiler free review.) In a universe where superheroes go by names like Captain America and Iron Man, a superhero by the name of Ant-Man doesn’t quite have the same intimidation factor. When superheroes and villains have abilities that let them fight off dozens of men at once ...

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Destiny weapon changes inbound-Part 2: Exotic cases

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(If you want to see how Bungie will change how your favorite normal weapons, read Destiny weapon changes inbound-Part 1: Normal weapons.) With all the weapon balancing changes that Bungie intends to do with Destiny, it is needless to say that your favorite Exotic and raid weapons will be affected as well. While this will bring new life to some ...

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Destiny weapon changes inbound-Part 1: Normal weapons

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(If you’re more interested in seeing how Bungie will change certain Exotic weapons, read Destiny weapon changes inbound-Part 2: Exotic cases.) With just a little over a month left before Bungie releases The Taken King expansion for Destiny, it was inevitable that there would be a major patch hitting Destiny sometime soon. Today, Bungie released the details on what they ...

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Halo 5: Guardians and MEGA Bloks at SDCC

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One of the most memorable campaign levels in Halo: Combat Evolved is The Silent Cartographer. Taking place shortly after the raid on the Truth and Reconciliation, The Silent Cartographer puts you in the shoes of the Master Chief as he leads an assault on the Covenant held beach outside of the installation that holds the Cartographer. In Halo 5: Guardians, ...

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Smite enters open beta on the Xbox One

Smite Xbox Open Beta

As of July 8th, 2015, Smite’s open beta is live on the Xbox One, letting console players try out the game that has proven to be very popular in the PC crowd lately. While there is the small caveat that Xbox Live Gold is required, the game itself can be played for free. What is Smite? For the unfamiliar, Smite ...

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Minecraft coming to Windows 10

Windows 10 Minecraft Beta

In a move that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, Minecraft is coming to Windows 10 soon, as announced by Xbox Wire. Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta will be released on July 29th. Like the original, it is promised that this version will “develop and evolve over time with the help of your feedback”. Updates will still be free so ...

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Is Bungie’s Destiny falling apart? Part 3: A structural weakness

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(This is an opinion piece meant to be an end to the series of articles Is Bungie’s Destiny falling apart? and The Devil’s Advocate: Bungie’s Destiny isn’t falling apart) Destiny. It is supposed to be Bungie’s 10 year project, a decade long endeavor to follow in the steps of their last great series that revolutionized gaming. For it to last the ...

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The Devil’s Advocate: Bungie’s Destiny isn’t falling apart

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(This is an opinion piece meant to offer some balance to the issues raised in the article ‘Is Bungie’s Destiny falling apart?‘.) Contrary to what some may say, Destiny is a perfectly fine game. Sure it has its rough spots, all games do, but compared to many other games out there, Destiny is hardly crashing and burning. If anything, it ...

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