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Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Review - Spoilers Inside

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Review – Spoilers Inside

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare was supposed to be a step forward. Instead it takes little risks and does nothing substantial to push the series further. The campaign is forgettable fodder of predictable twists, and takes control away from the player often. Multiplayer contradicts itself by giving you more vertical mobility, but punishes you for utilizing it. Everything meshes together ...

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Jagged Alliance Flashback

Jagged Alliance Flashback review | Hard Reset

After multiple entries in the Jagged Alliance franchise – some better than the others – Denmark-based game studio Full Control has decided to “reset” the series, taking it back to its “roots.” Jagged Alliance Flashback is a prologue to the original entry, being set in the 1980s and focusing on the formation of the A.I.M. (Association of International Mercenaries) organization. ...

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Styx Master of Shadows

Styx Master of Shadows review | A Dishonored Hitman

2014 will definitely be remembered as a peculiar year for gamers. On the one hand, we’ve got titles which have been hyped to no end, only to end up disappointing the majority (e.g. Titanfall, Watch Dogs, Destiny). On the other hand, there have been games which continuously flew under the proverbial radar, only to turn out better than anyone would ...

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No Scope Hydra glasses

NoScope Hydra and Orion Gaming Glasses Reviewed – A thorn in Gunnar’s side?

With the ever-growing eSports phenomenon, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing professional gamers wearing those signature yellow glasses during extended playing sessions. Those glasses are the well-known Gunnars, glasses that promise to keep your eyes safe and stress-free during long exposure to computer screens, LCD or otherwise. But no market should suffer from a monopoly, and this is where the guys ...

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Bitdefender Total Security 2014 Gaming Edition Review

Bitdefender has proven time and time again to be one of the most efficient security solutions around. Total Security 2014 edition not only offers solid antivirus protection, but also comes with a wide variety of useful features and tools. They range from Antispam filter and Wallet to File Encryption, and many more. This particular version of Bitdefender is the most ...

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Dark Souls 2 PC Review

Only two words are needed in order to summarize my time spent with Dark Souls 2: “YOU DIED”. Unfortunately, I started my journey through Drangleic without any experience with previous titles (shame on me). Needless to say, I really wasn’t prepared for the torture that awaited me. All I knew was that From Software RPGs are supposed to be very ...

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Daylight – Review

The rise of independent developers in the past few years brought with it a fresh new take on the survival horror genre. Titles like Amnesia and Outlast have recently taken the spotlight from big franchises like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, and now Zombie Studios shows us a slightly different take on the formula with Daylight. The game is thin ...

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