Category: Video Games

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Esports in the Olympics?

I love video-games as much as anyone else. The one thing that I love about them is that most every game out there has a competitive aspect to it. Whether it’s an online shooter or its trying to beat my friends high score on the pinball machine at the bowling alley, competitive gaming of all

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil 7 is out now and this is the Resident Evil we have been waiting for. The game takes place on one set for almost the entirety of the game and puts a fairly different spin on the series in a very cool and very fresh way but making it feel like a Resident Evil game.

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic vs Mass Effect 2

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic came out in 2003 for Xbox and PC. This game told the story of (former Jedi turned Sith) Darth Malak’s reign against the republic, approximately 4,000 years prior to any of the events in the movies. The game was beloved by many and especially well received by table-top

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Darth Maul: The Game That Almost Was

Darth Maul is one of the most beloved characters in the Star Wars universe. Even though he didn't show up very much, his appearances in Episode 1 and the Clone Wars/ Rebels tv shows, proved that he was an absolute bad-ass. His character showed us that lightsabers were more that just swords and paved the way for more creative styles of lightsabers. Redfly studios was in the process of bringing to life Maul's back story, rising through the ranks of the Sith, just to see it shot down just after the acquisition of Lucas Arts by Disney.

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Battlefront 2. Is it Still Good?

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 came out for the PC, PS2, and Xbox just in time for the holiday in 2005. Eleven years later, EA released a new Battlefront just in time for Episode 7 last year. So, the question is, which is better given the time it came out and which one would I want

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Dead Rising 4 Trailer

Frank West is back in the newest installment of our favorite goofy and over the top zombie game, Dead Rising 4. The Dead Rising games have always been very well received by the community as being a fun combination of Left 4 Dead and Resident Evil as if it were directed by comedians. With the mechanics of being able to make your own weapons by attaching chainsaws to shopping carts to mow down your enemies, Dead Rising 4 will surely not disappoint.

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Gears of War Elite Controller

Gears of War is a Microsoft staple for the Xbox just as much as Halo. The fifth installment of the franchise, Gears of War 4, comes out now in a little less than a month. Microsoft announced a special edition Elite controller for the game with a sweet new D-pad. The Elite controller released earlier this year changing the way Xbox One users play games, With interchangeable buttons, triggers, control sticks, and the all new paddle options allow the player to change the physical makeup of the controller for their preferences.

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Xbox Live Free Games: August 2016

Xbox Live is a subscription service through Microsoft that gamers are very familiar with. This service offers free games every month with this subscription. Here's a peek at whats to come for August 2016.

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PS Plus August 2016

PS Plus is a subscription service by Sony that offers free games every month as long as you keep paying for it. This is going to be a peek at all the PS Plus free games for August 2016.

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Nintendo NX. Does it Have A Chance?

  With the Nintendo NX just around the corner, we can't help but ask ourselves "will it be worth it?" "what games are coming?". We already know from E3 that a new Zelda will be in the line up. But whats NXt?

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Sonic Game We’ve Been Waiting For

  The Sonic game we've all been waiting for is finally on the horizon. With the birth of 3D graphics when the Xbox, PS2, Gamecube, and Dreamcast, came a resurgence of classic franchises taking advantage of the new technology. This new tech included more storage space on the disk compared to the cartridge that was used before. This tech spawned games like Sonic Adventure, Mario Sunshine, Doom 3, and Metal Gear. Some of these games we have seen succeed with flying colors while others just crashed and burned in an attempt to make a coherent story or character development for games that either didn't need it or we didn't care.

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