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Kinect

Have We Forgotten About the Kinect?

I keep my Kinect in a drawer.  Why?  I can’t find a use for it; there is no reason for me to plug it into the back of my One.  Aside from my random recording sessions or Netflix binges, my Kinect is pretty much gathering dust.Don’t get me wrong, the Kinect is great for voice commands, but the last time ...

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Game Sequels

6 Game Sequels That Need To Happen

There is a serious issue in the games industry with developers releasing countless sequels to games in which sequels aren’t even warranted. It’s a case of corporate greed and lack of originality, and incessant demand from easily-pleased consumers. You see it in the film industry and in even within the music industry too, but I won’t bore you with my bitter rants ...

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Destiny Update

Bungie tweaks Destiny multiplayer

Get your guns ready Guardians, because Bungie’s Destiny gets a few changes to its multiplayer. Update 1.1.2 will bring quite a few changes to the sci-fi shooter. This week’s Weekly Update highlights tweaks to the PvP Crucible mode. In the past, Destiny players would have Special ammo loaded into their secondary weapons from the start of each match. Crucible Designer Kevin Yanes ...

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SoD

State of Decay : The Apocalypse in 1080p

As we put down Dying Light and Dead Rising 3, we wondered what the next undead game would be.  After slashing our way through Harran and Los Perdidos, we come to face to face with yet, another apocalyptic masterpiece.  Ladies and gentlemen, hold your applause, a re-imagined State of Decay is on the way, complete with new content and visuals. Not too ...

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Weekly Releases for April 5th-11th

We all know how difficult it can be to keep up with the major games that are released each week. This series attempts to make keeping up with your favorite games just a tad easier, and also hopes to introduce new games to the readers. This week, we don’t have too many releases, but there are definitely a few worth ...

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Releases for the Week of March 29th-April 4th

Keeping up with the new games coming out each week can be a full time job that often requires hours of research on various websites. Luckily, this list features most of the major releases for this week. There is quite a bit coming out this week, so hopefully there will be something new for everyone to play. The release dates ...

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bloodborne

Releases for the Week of March 22-28th

Keeping up with the latest game releases can be a full-time job. There are releases every day ranging from the smallest indies, to the largest, multi-million dollar triple-As. In this article you will find the major releases that you can expect this week. These release dates are for North America. Monday, March 23rd Out of the Park Baseball ’16 for ...

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Final Fantasy XI Online

Square Enix Details the Future of Final Fantasy XI

As detailed by Gematsu, Square Enix has a lot of plans for its fourteen year old MMORPG Final Fantasy XI. The three initiatives together take the name of the Vana’diel Project, named for the fantasy world of the game. With this project, Square Enix hopes to expand and build upon the story and scenarios of Final Fantasy XI in order ...

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Releases for the week of March 15-21

Keeping up with the latest game releases can be a full-time job. There are releases every day ranging from the smallest indies, to the largest, multi-million dollar triple-As. In this article you will find the major releases that you can expect this week. These release dates are for North America. Tuesday, March 17th Battlefield Hardline for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox ...

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Screamride Xbox

Screamride Review – Ups and Downs

Screamride doesn’t do much to challenge RollerCoaster Tycoon in any in typical sense, but it does challenge the way we play these types of games. You won’t be able to open your own park up, you can’t see customer feedback, and you can’t trap people on a deserted island waiting for them to slowly starve to death. What you can ...

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