Video Game Reviews
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TITANFALL + “EXPEDITION” DLC Video Game Review

The first time you call in a gigantic robot mecha, called a Titan, you’ll find yourself looking up at the sky and see a Titan rocket towards the ground, ready to be piloted and cause mayhem on the multiplayer battlefront...


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JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE: ALL-STAR BATTLE Video Game Review

JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE is a manga powerhouse in Japan. It has been published continuously since the 80’s, has over 100 volumes, and has led to two anime series, one of which is currently airing its second season. Its colo...


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DANGANRONPA: TRIGGER HAPPY HAVOC Video Game Review

I went into DANGANRONPA mostly unaware of what I had in store for myself. I had started watched the anime based on the game but stopped in the first episode because I wanted to experience everything first when I played the game...



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FINAL FANTASY X & X-2 HD Collection Review

FINAL FANTASY X seemed like a new beginning for the FINAL FANTASY series when it released in 2001. Everything about it mesmerized me when I first laid eyes on it. The worn heroes gathered around a fire in a wasteland, the amazi...


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METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES Video Game Review

The METAL GEAR series follows a long and complicated timeline. Beginning in 1964 and ending in 2018, understanding the complicated histories of the characters and the motivations behind all of these sneaking missions can be qui...


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DEAD RISING 3 Video Game Review

Zombies and vampires are the vogue thing in pop culture these days. Stick a few zombies or vampires in your television show or movie and a company can almost be sure to make its money back. For video games, zombies are a sure w...



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SUPER MARIO 3D WORLD Video Game Review

For a fat Italian plumber, Mario gets around. From cobbled castles and dank underground tunnels, to floating ships that sail through the clouds, to conquering entire worlds, to vacationing on tropical islands, and all the way i...


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ASSASSIN’S CREED IV Video Game Review

I can honestly say that I felt quite negative going into ASSASSIN’S CREED IV. I have been a huge fan of the series since the original cover story in Game Informer, but after playing through the mildly disappointing ASSASSIN...


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CONTRAST Video Game Review

I didn’t have high hopes for CONTRAST going into the game. I didn’t particularly think it looked like a fantastic adventure that must be bought. CONTRAST ended up being a good deal more fun and far more interesting ...



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CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS Video Game Review

I feel obligated to tell everyone I’m not a huge CALL OF DUTY fan (say whaaaaaaat!?) and have only really dabbled my way through the franchise over the years. I messed with (but never completed) a handful of the World War...


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RESOGUN Video Game Review

RESOGUN is the latest and greatest game from Finnish indie game developer Housemarque most recognized for their stellar games SUPER STARDUST HD and SUPER STARDUST DELTA. In a sense, RESOGUN is a spiritual sequel to those two ti...


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THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: A LINK BETWEEN WORLDS Video Game Review

THE LEGEND OF ZELDA is a series that has always inspired imagination. In the original LEGEND OF ZELDA the player is dropped into a world with minimal direction. With little more to go on than a cryptic hermit urging “It’s d...



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RYSE: SON OF ROME Video Game Review

Ever since Crytek unvield gameplay footage of  RYSE: SON OF ROME at this year’s E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) it has been the subject of confusion and criticism. Both the confusion and criticism came from the s...


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BATMAN: ARKHAM ORIGINS Video Game Review

Reviewed for the X-Box 360 version of the game. When people talk about comic book superheroes, one name that’s always brought up is Batman – and that’s for good reason. Batman is easily one of the most interes...


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KILLZONE: SHADOW FALL Video Game Review

KILLZONE: SHADOW FALL marks the 4th entry in the long running Sony-exclusive series on home consoles and serves as the best launch game to put in your shiny new Playstation 4 this holiday season. I have played, and mostly enjoy...



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KNACK Video Game Review

The golden age of platformers ended a long time ago. No longer do we have CRASH BANDICOOT and SPYRO roaming across our consoles. Today we make do with a small selection of great series that still carry on the tradition like MAR...


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POKEMON X and Y Video Game Review

Waking up in your room knowing that today is the day you receive your first Pokemon is a great feeling indeed. An entire world awaits you out there. Strange and wonderful creatures from all over the world, a professor that may ...


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NI NO KUNI: WRATH OF THE WHITE WITCH Video Game Review

There is something undeniably magical about Studio Ghibli films (FROM UP ON POPPY HILL). The vibrant colors, rich stories, and deep characters all meld together to create a film larger than the sum of their parts that stays wit...



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GRAND THEFT AUTO V Video Game Review

Whenever Rockstar releases a video game the gaming world takes notice, that’s especially true when the game being released is an entry in the GRAND THEFT AUTO (GTA) series. Few games get as much hype around its release ...


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BIOSHOCK INFINITE Video Game Review

Every few years a game comes along that can whisk you away to a far off land and make you really believe it exists. These games are the pinnacle of the medium and stand far and above the competition, looking down at them from t...