October and November are two of the busiest months of the year on the gaming calendar- it is a time when a myriad of high profile publishers are launching their big-ticket titles. If you look at the games headlining this year’s press releases and expo […]

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Imagine a picturesque garden- Birds chirping, roses in bloom, and the faint smell of freshly baked bread wafting from the kitchen window. Now throw in some eccentric gun-toting zombies, a cityscape, an arsenal of genetically modified vegetation, and you’ve got Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare […]

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Developer: A Jolly Corpse Platform(s): PC Release: 10/09/2015 Never have I ever played a game where you can hug every NPC as a yellow-toothed clown with an unflinching grin of pure horror. It’s not like I’ve never wanted to do that, I’ve just never been […]

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Tank games have dominated the vehicular combat genre as of late, and if you're anything like me, you were too caught up in them [...]

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Killing Floor 2 is not only a worthy sequel to the first title, but a worthy multiplayer experience in its own right. I’m certainly glad Tripwire [...]

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War for the Overworld (WftO), the spiritual successor to the Dungeon Keeper series, has finally reached its official release date after being [...]

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Final Fantasy XV is as beautiful as it is ambitious, while spouting great potential due to the elegance in its fundamental design [...]

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Let’s all take a moment to remember the ’90s. It was a golden age where Cheez TV reigned supreme, NSYNC became popular, and adventure games were still mass produced. Games like The Curse of Monkey Island, Grim Fandango and Myst were birthed in the same […]

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UPDATE: Due to confusion about the nature of the article, the title has been updated to reflect that this was a beta version of the game that had been sent to GameCloud for the purposes of a First Impressions. The content of the article has […]

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It'll take a lot of work to fix the glaring issues in Down To One, but there's still something so appealing about the idea behind it. [...]

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