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Windows 10 Minecraft Beta

Minecraft coming to Windows 10

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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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition Review – Back in Style

When Devil May Cry 4 launched in 2008, it quickly became a fan favorite and a critical success. Now, after rebooting the franchise with DmC: Devil May Cry, Capcom is giving players a more traditional Devil May Cry experience with Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition. With additional modes, new playable characters, and upgraded visuals, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is the definitive version ...

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The Last Roman Campaign DLC announced

TW: Attila – The Last Roman DLC Review

On June 25th, The Last Roman DLC was released for Total War: Attila. I’m usually a little hesitant when picking up Total War DLC, and I believe that many others feel the same way. If I were to purchase all of the DLC for Attila then I’d have to fork out almost as much money as I did to buy ...

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Batman: Arkham Knight Review – The Hero We Deserve

Batman: Arkham Knight is the third (and, reportedly, final) title in Rocksteady’s series of Batman games. In 2009, Batman: Arkham Asylum truly defined the superhero video game – though it had been attempted many times before. It was followed by Arkham City in 2011 and a prequel title, Arkham Origins, developed by Warner Bros. Games Montréal. All of the games (except, perhaps, Arkham Origins) were ...

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Steam’s In Trouble, And You Should Be Happy About It

For the longest time, Steam has been the biggest juggernaut in the PC gaming industry. While PC gamers have been relatively happy with their service up to this point, the PC market has lacked one benefit that the console market has thrived on: competition. For many decades now, consoles were driven by trying to constantly one-up their competitors,  and the industry has ...

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Crowdfunding

Does crowd-funding belong at E3?

So it happened, Shenmue 3 was finally announced, a mere 14 years since the release of Shenmue 2. Well I say announced, it was revealed during Sony’s E3 press conference that a Kickstarter campaign has started to fund the game, with a proposed 2017 release. This Kickstarter has smashed almost every record for day one funding there was, and while ...

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Mirror’s Edge – Catalyst Coming Early 2016

Another big E3 Day Zero launch and release date announced. At EA’s press conference on Monday, they rolled out the red carpet for a umber of games, not the least of which is the highly anticipated Mirror’s Edge – Catalyst. Set to be an origin story for the series’ protagonist, Faith. The game was shown at previous E3’s, but as ...

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Telltale

Telltale Announces New Walking Dead Mini-Series

While Telltale has ventured into a number of big-name IPs in the last couple years (Borderlands, Game of Thrones), they’re still very well known for the explosive impact that The Walking Dead made on the gaming world just a few years ago. Personally, I was blown away by Season 1 and have had very few experiences as emotional as that ...

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The future of ESO revealed and The Black Hand

ESO Tamriel Unlimited – Future Content Revealed

If you’ve spent any time ambling around Tamriel in ESO then you’re probably aware that the game is pretty huge. Mind you, I still haven’t purchased a mount so my perception of the space may be a little skewed. It has only been a little over a week since ESO Tamriel Unlimited was released onto consoles and at E3 Bethesda has already provided ...

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HOTS REVIEW

Heroes of the Storm Review

On paper, I shouldn’t really be enamored by Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard’s first foray into the MOBA genre. Its casualized and dumbed down approach to the genre seems like a retraction rather than an advancement for the MOBA formula. On the contrary, where Heroes of the Storm removes complicated staples of the genre, it adds in new mechanics that ...

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