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Dead Rising 4 Xbox One Review

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Frank West is back in an all new adventure filled with zombies, weapons and crazy antics and is exactly what I expected from this awesome series.  There is a lot here that is familiar, yet at the same time much has changed and been improved over past titles.  Get ready to hack, slash and ignite zombies any way you like Continue Reading...

Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 Review

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Final Fantasy 13 separated fans of the series with its 2 spin off sequels that critically didn’t do as well as the first. Final Fantasy 14 brought the series into the MMORPG realm and did quite well regardless of some issues. Now with a new story on the horizon fans were ready to focus on a now next gen Final Continue Reading...

Give the gift of gaming this Christmas with Activision

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It’s that time over year again gamers, the Holiday Season and of course Christmas!  Our 2016 holiday game gift guide will help make things easy for you when it comes to picking that special Christmas gift.  So without further waiting, here are some great gift ideas for all.     SKYLANDERS® IMAGINATORS For Imaginative kids (and parents)! Unleash your imagination Continue Reading...

The Crew: Calling All Units Xbox One Review

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The new DLC for The Crew, Calling All Units has been released and the community has gotten what they have asked for – an assortment of extra content and Police chases. Will you uphold the law or play the criminal? Gameplay The Crew has grown to be a fun car racing game set in a massive open-world with plenty of Continue Reading...

Talent Not Included PC Review

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Talent Not Included is quite the variation to the Action/Combat Platformer genre. Frima Studios is back with another great game that will challenge you and bring some laughter.  Gameplay Action/Combat Platformer games are traditionally side-scrollers presenting a variety of level navigation, item collection and enemy destruction. Talent Not Included brings a similar experience to a single screen location. This is Continue Reading...

Super Mario Maker 3DS Review

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Super Mario Maker 3DS is finally here and for those who played the Wii U version you would certainly agree that Super Mario Maker was a new and extremely challenging experience.  So is Super Mario Maker 3DS a chopped up port, or is it more than anyone could have expected? Gameplay The aim of Super Mario Maker 3DS is simple, Continue Reading...

Furi Xbox One Review

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It’s not often that I play games which are designed to give you little to no chance of winning and the concept is one that is more rage-inducing than any other game I have played before. Furi is one of these games and one that had me questioning my ability as a gamer. Gameplay Furi is a style of game Continue Reading...

Pokémon Moon 3DS Review

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When you come to think about it, Pokémon games were a diamond in the rough and have become one of Nintendo’s iconic franchises. Although the main games have used the same concept with new maps, features, characters, and creatures, it surprises me that they can continue to sell very well as well as entertain so many people, both young and Continue Reading...

Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection

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Assassin’s Creed had become a juggernaut of a series and not just in gaming. The series has pushed out many books and now even an upcoming movie. The series of games have evolved over the years some since introducing epic ship combat and control.  One of the greatest stories in the series that most people have agreed to is the Continue Reading...

Dishonored 2 Xbox One Review

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Dishonored 2 builds on the success of the first instalment and allows you to now play as either Emily or Corvo, and no play through is the same.  Each character has their own skill set that changes the way you play making Dishonored 2 one of the few single player experiences that draws you back for a second play through Continue Reading...