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Top Twelve Games for Halloween

Halloween is upon us, and, for gamers, that can only mean one thing: It’s time to play (or replay) some amazing horror-based games. Video games have become just as much of a Halloween tradition as scary movies, haunted houses, and pumpkin patches. Every year, we feel an itch to turn the lights off, turn on our consoles, and willingly subject ...

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Guitar Hero Live Review – Comeback Kid

Guitar Hero Live marks the return of a series that changed the rhythm game genre forever when it began in 2005. After 2010, it seemed like the series was dead. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock launched, but it looked like that was the end of things. Industry experts declared that the era of plastic guitar controllers was over, and we believed them. Now, though, in ...

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Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Review

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a new fighting game from SEGA for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. If you’re not familiar with Dengeki Bunko, it’s a Japanese publisher than primarily releases light novels. In this game, you’ll be able to play as characters from some of Dengeki Bunko’s most popular series, including Sword Art Online, Black Bullet, Accel World, and Strike the Blood. ...

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Undertale Review – Humans, Monsters… Flowers

Undertale is the latest addition to a long list of games that I show to anyone who claims that video games aren’t works of art. It’s one of the most incredible games I have ever played. During the seven hours that it took to complete my first playthrough, it never lost my attention. When I was playing Undertale, I was fully ...

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Onigiri is a Crazy Awesome MMORPG

Onigiri was released in Japan last year, and now it’s finally available in North America. Though you could technically access the game from any Xbox One in the world by changing the system settings, it wasn’t very useful unless you can speak Japanese. After playing the Japanese version for a bit, I couldn’t wait for the game to launch in North ...

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Castle Crashers Remastered Review

Castle Crashers was one of the biggest games on the Xbox 360’s Xbox Live Arcade. Its bright art style, excellent multiplayer, and insanely fun gameplay made it an instant hit. Since then, we haven’t really seen much like it. Thankfully, The Behemoth has seen it fit to bring the glorious adventure into the next generation with Castle Crashers Remastered on Xbox One. ...

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Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Review

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer is not a typical Animal Crossing game. I cannot stress this enough. If you go into Happy Home Designer expecting a sequel to New Leaf, you’re going to be extremely disappointed. For reference, I rolled the credits in about ten hours. Yes, I actually saw the credits in an Animal Crossing game. It was quite strange. There’s still a ...

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Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review – Step On Up

The Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series has a high standard to uphold. The core games of the series have all been incredibly solid RPGs, and even the fighting spin-off games have been fantastic. Needless to say, expectations for Persona 4: Dancing All Night are pretty high. Don’t worry, though – Dancing All Night not only meets those expectations, but smashes them completely and ...

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Super Mario Maker Review

Super Mario Maker is exciting. Anyone who has ever enjoyed a Super Mario title has wanted to create their own Super Mario course. You’ve probably imagined tons of them. I can’t count the number of times I’ve played through a Mario course and thought, “what if… [insert random game design idea here]?” Sure, you could draw it out or use one ...

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Persona 5 Delayed to 2016

Persona 5 is one of the most highly anticipated games in development, and for good reason: the series is absolutely fantastic. Ever since Persona 4 was released in 2008, fans have been waiting for the follow-up. Originally announced for release towards the end of 2015, developer ATLUS has announced that the game will instead be released in Japan and the Americas in ...

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