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Playstation Plus Games for January

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Christmas is now over and New year is approaching fast. The last 12 months have seen some truly amazing games released. For Playstation Plus members, you have been able to get some great games each month of the past year. Now Playstation has announced their first Playstation Plus line up of the new year. From January 3rd Playstation Plus members will ...

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PlayStation User Accounts Possibly Hacked

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In the past few days, a great number of PlayStation Network users from the UK reported that their accounts were possibly hacked. According to BBC News, more than 100 gamers contacted Sony to report the problem, mostly on the company’s Twitter page. 100 users may not seem a lot, but in only two or three days, it may actually be ...

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Mass Effect: Andromeda official launch postponed to 2017

Though originally planned for release in 2016, Mass Effect: Andromeda was delayed until publisher EA’s fourth fiscal quarter 2017 – meaning we could expect the game to drop somewhere between January and March. Originally reported by Destructoid, comics publisher Dark Horse seems to have inadvertently narrowed the release window down to March 21, 2017. On the US Amazon listing of their ...

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Gal*Gun: Double Peace Review

Gal*Gun: Double Peace is something I never expected to make it to the West. It’s a rail shooter with light dating sim elements. Instead of shooting zombies or soldiers, though, you’ll be aiming for cute anime girls. You’ll have to shoot them with pheromones to keep them off of you, because everybody is suddenly in love with you. All the while, ...

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Sony E3 2016 Recap

The Sony E3 2016 press conference. It happened today, and there was been a lot of hype surrounding this show. Sony was lucky enough to avoid too many leaks, so it was an interesting show. You can check out everything that went down by looking at our live coverage of the event below: 9:00pm – The show has begun! On time, I ...

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Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Review

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus is the latest entry in the action brawler series. Senran Kagura is a fast-paced action game packed to the brim with ninja action, silly dialogue, and a whole lot of fan service. At first look, Estival Versus might look too silly to be enjoyable, but underneath the wild aesthetic is a solid action game, and it’s easily the ...

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive Review

Corpse Party: Blood Drive is the third and last title in the Heavenly Host saga that the Corpse Party series has been entertaining us with for years. Some sequels can be played without playing the games that came before it, but that’s not how things are with Blood Drive. If you haven’t played Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, Blood Drive probably won’t make any ...

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Fallout 4 Review – Home, Sweet Home

Fallout 4 is one of the most highly anticipated titles of 2015. Fans of the series (including myself) have been anxiously awaiting the new installment for years, and now it’s finally in our hands. I’ve been playing Fallout 4 for a few weeks now, and though I know I’ve seen far from everything the game has to offer, I think I’m ready to ...

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Review – Back In Sync

After standing in line for the midnight release of Unity last year and getting home to a broken game that I couldn’t even bring myself to finish (despite the enormous amount of potential that the setting provided), I was afraid for Syndicate (though, at the time, we all thought we’d be playing a game called Assassin’s Creed Victory). Would Syndicate make the same mistakes that Unity did? Would this ...

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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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