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Over a year ago when it finally had its big reveal, Marvel’s Avengers didn’t exactly make the best first impression. The long-in-development superhero title was revealed not too long after Avengers: Endgame came into theaters and capped off a series of films that were over a decade in the making. This of course put Square Enix
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Of all the video games released each year, not many of them delve into Indian mythology and society. During the most recent Indie World Showcase from Nintendo, one of the standout titles from the presentation was Raji: An Ancient Epic, developed by Nodding Heads and published by Super.com. It was first announced in 2017 with
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Fall Guys is one of the first competitive multiplayer titles I plan on keeping up with in quite some time. I’m still experiencing technical issues relatively often, but it is a unique take on the battle royale genre that is easy to hop into and play with friends. There is a solid variety in games
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Your average Fall Guys player is probably younger, attracted to the game by its fast pace and bright colors. They’re fresh, unspoiled souls, free from the crushing weight of societal pressures, capitalism, and knowledge of the U.S government. They’re bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. And I can’t stand it. I have to do something about it. I have a
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As a big fan of racing games, I barely let the titles of this genre slip through my fingers. The first time I played the original Project CARS, I remember that I was struggling to finish my first race without being disqualified. It took me several hours to eventually reach the finish line at a
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While the next-gen consoles are likely on everyone’s minds for the next few months, 2020 still has a few more big releases coming up before the end of the year. Namely, Marvel’s Avengers is one of the biggest to arrive this month, with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes banding together in the new title from Square Enix and
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Control’s AWE expansion is pretty much what you could want from an Alan Wake-themed expansion for Control. You have new content for Control, new missions, a new sector to explore with secret areas, a new ability and enemy, and most importantly, new fictional tidbits to find and read/listen to. Then you also have new fiction
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This late in the current console generation, I think we all pretty much know what NBA 2K is: an annual product that holds a deep admiration for the game of basketball, but one that really wants you to pay a premium for it and then some more every 12 months. NBA 2K21, due out September
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Survival games, in general, can be a little hit or miss, sometimes circulating the same formula over again in a rinse and repeat fashion. Windbound, however, promises to offer players a “one of a kind experience” and “unique gameplay interwoven with a complex but subtle narrative.” Unfortunately in my playthrough, I struggled to find many
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Prior to my preview of Scarlet Nexus, I’ve been excited to see it in action. It was announced during May’s Inside Xbox and it was one of the highlights of the showcase for me. Its world reminded me of last year’s Code Vein but with cool psychokinetic powers to use. After checking out a new
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It’s a little bit hard to categorize No Straight Roads in a single genre as it almost has a part of everything in its gameplay, which isn’t bad at all. No Straight Roads is more like a fast-paced musical tournament, filled with several consecutive boss fights that will undoubtedly remind you of Edgar Wright’s Scott
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Leading up to the official release of Mafia: Definitive Edition, the upcoming remake of Mafia, I was given the opportunity to play an early build of the game and see the reimagined city of Lost Haven for myself. I also played Mafia 2: Definitive Edition on my PS4, which prompted an op-ed from me about deciding when something is
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I am what feels like one of the few PlayStation owners that didn’t play Horizon Zero Dawn at all during its time as a console exclusive. Now with a release on PC, I was vastly more interested in the game’s sci-fi world and what it could look and play like. Unsurprisingly, the base benefits of a
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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time feels like it’s stuck in the past. Were it a game licensed in the PlayStation 2 and GameCube era, it would be a hidden gem of those libraries. Were it a game released last console generation, it would be seen as the last of the classic Cartoon Network licensed games,
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After five years of availability, Ubisoft is finally beginning to merge its other properties into the publisher’s highly-popular multiplayer shooter, Rainbow Six Siege. Announced just a few days back, Ubisoft revealed that Sam Fisher, the main protagonist from the Splinter Cell franchise, is set to be the newest Operator joining the larger roster of Siege.
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With the next-generation of consoles, now feels like a good time to look back and reflect. Let’s go back to the beginning of the current-gen: the introduction of the Xbox One and the PS4. These two consoles, although iterations of their predecessors, revolutionized games. PlayStation shifted towards narrative-driven, cinematic experiences that gripped a player with
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Since the game’s release last week on PS4 and PC, Fall Guys fan art has taken the internet by storm. Alongside the already confirmed crossovers including Hotline Miami and Half-Life, fans and corporations have taken it into their own hands to create possible future skins for its wacky Beans. After scouring Twitter and other parts
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There was a time where I absolutely rocked out on Rock Band’s drum kit, and I cramped my fingers prodding Guitar Hero’s guitar buttons. I used to revel in the feeling of the rhythm, feeling the groove, and rocking out to some fantastic rock songs. Years have passed and there’s a new heavy metal rhythm
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If we weren’t in the middle of a pandemic, the Lepow portable monitor would be my best friend. Not only does it take most of the qualities of a high-quality monitor and condense it into a sleek, portable form factor, but it helps transform my laptop into a full-on work station; it even helps me
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