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‘Paperbound’ Review

Despite what people say, online gaming wasn’t new when Xbox Live launched in 2002. Sega had been playing with the idea for years, culminating in a proprietary network called SegaNet for the ill-fated Dreamcast console. Meanwhile, PC gamers have been

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The Sims 4 ‘Get To Work’ Expansion Review

It was only a little over a month ago that EA Games announced an exciting expansion pack for The Sims, which lets players actually follow their Sims to work for a few select career paths, or even start their own

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‘Axiom Verge’ Review

It didn’t take long for Axiom Verge to cement itself as one of the best retro side-scrolling shooters around, which is something considering how many throwbacks there are these days. And yet, developer Tom Happ Games has found a way

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‘Bloodborne’ Guide: How to Easily Beat the Blood-Starved Beast

Fact: Bloodborne is hard. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, given director Hidetaka Miyazaki’s reputation, but it bears repeating. Like Dark Souls and Demon’s Souls before it, Bloodborne isn’t a game that players can simply bash their way through. Victory

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‘Parallax’ Review: All Puzzle, No Plot

In the post-Portal world, all puzzle platformers are held to a higher standard. The short Valve game proved that a puzzler can deliver original, challenging obstacles and a compelling story just as well as any feature-length game. In the years

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‘Pillars of Eternity’ Review

One of the most important aspects of Kickstarter is the ability for consumers to curate the products they want. If there is a large enough demand for a project to become successful, customers have a direct and immediate role in the creation of

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Ride review

There’s a particular corner on the Potrero track that can be taken flat out at high speed, but only if you got the preceding corner absolutely right. This sweeping left-right section represents a perfect microcosm of the Ride experience. Your

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New ‘Resident Evil’ Coming This Year, According to Game Research Company

Capcom has experienced difficulty in recent years in figuring out what fans want from the Resident Evil series. These efforts were made obvious in Resident Evil 6, which received lukewarm reviews that generally found that the game was trying too

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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 1 Episode 3 ‘ – ‘The Sword in the Darkness’ Review

House Forrester has been through a lot since Telltale’s Game of Thrones premiered mere months ago. The characters have faced tough moral choices, they’ve picked sides, and they’ve attempted to claw their way out of a situation that spells certain

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‘Fruit Ninja Kinect 2’ Review

There are very few people unaware of the game Fruit Ninja. When it first hit the mobile scene in 2010, Fruit Ninja quickly rose to fame as one of the most played, highest rated mobile games available. With that kind

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